Ben McBean

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Speaking

Asked what he planned to do when he left the Marines Ben said he intended to become a motivational speaker and that is exactly what he had done.

With JP Morgan, Chelsea Football Club, Ernst & Young, Citibank, Barclays Wealth, Babcocks International, Great Manchester NHS, UK Resouce Solutions and Eden Finance to name but some of his clients, Ben thoroughly enjoys his speaking engagements and continues to share his story with many other audiences around the UK. Both moving and entertaining, Ben motivates everyone he meets with his determined approach to a life without his left arm and lower right leg.

Ben's speeches are hugely motivating and inspiring.  His account of his life so far is one of great courage and sacrifice but Ben is not bitter and his amazing ability to look at life in a positive and uplifting way leaves a lasting impression on every audience what ever their age.  He already has a couple of 100 speaking engagements under his belt and his diary is always packed with future bookings. His clients include large corporations, SME's, Schools, Colleges, Universities, NHS departments and networking organisations.

Ben is also hugely popular with schools and colleges include  Babington Community School, South Dartmoor Sixth Form, Monkton Senior School, Saltash Community School, Blenheim High School, Guthlaxton College, Stafford College, Benfield School, The Crestwood School, Pensnett High School, Riverside Business & Enterprise College and Writtle College.

  

Ben is always rasing money for something and he is passionate about Child Bereavement UK.  In 2012 he completed the three highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales in support of the fantastic work done by the Child Bereavement UK and if you wish to make a donation Ben would be delighted as every penny helps. Donate Today!

Ben is always raising money for something and he is passionate about Child Bereavement UK. 
In 2012 he completed the three highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales in support of the fantastic work done by the Child Bereavement UK and if you wish to make a donation Ben would be delighted as every penny helps. 
Donate Today!

Ben also supports Rotary Jaipur Limb Project  http://www.justgiving.com/rotaryjaipur