Your gift will give children one of the best gifts possible – all the fun of just being a kid. In September 2018, more than a decade after winning her record breaking seventh women’s world surfing crown, Layne returned to the water to win an 8th world title, becoming the first female winner of the WSL World Masters Championship with her victory in the Azores. Purchase life-saving food sachets for sick babies. I had so many A-ha […], Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell My Monday Motivation book this week is Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers. Layne’s achievements could line the coast of Australia, which are the result of hard work, passion and a focused mindset. Little Designer Club is currently supporting two Australian based charities, lead buy inspiring Australian women. Buy two $60 gift cards for $100. In his book Discover Your True North, Bill George […], MEDIA RELEASE Wednesday 5th October Legendary seven-time world champion surfer Layne Beachley has teamed up with Aussie swimwear brand Funkita […], Layne appears on The Daily Edition to discuss her Foundation, Aim For The Stars, annual Gala dinner taking place on […], Five new Olympic sports, including surfing, have just been added to the 2020 Games in Tokyo. Layne went on to win a 7th world … Layne Beachley AO is regarded as the most successful female surfer in history. As if stamping her name in the history books was not enough, Layne has also achieved yet another first in Australian sport through her appointment as Chairperson of Surfing Australia in the latter half of 2015. Little Designers can choose to donate $1 from their purchase to one of the following charities: The Layne Beachley Foundation provides grants and mentoring to some of Australia's most disadvantaged yet determined young women to help them turn their potential into reality. Layne went on to win a 7th world title in 2006 before retiring from the ASP World Tour in 2008. Free upgrade to express shipping on all orders. She spent 15 years as a director of the Association of Surfing Professionals, remains on the board of Surfing Australia and hosts the… We are proud to support Layne, an inspirational woman. Layne’s next vision is to pass on to others what she has spent years learning and mastering – leadership, mindset, inspiration, motivation and determination. The Foundation empowers and enables young girls and women to invest in their future, fulfill their potential and to put back into the community that supported them on their journey. As a competitor and world champion, Layne previously dedicated 15 years of service as a board member to the WSL (formerly the ASP), committing herself to improving and progressing the sport of surfing. Every day we […], My purpose is to reduce people’s suffering. I love this book because Malcolm talks […], Do The Work by Steven Pressfield My Monday Motivation book this week is Do The Work by Steven Pressfield. Layne’s single minded focus to be a world champion pushed her to the limits and came at a price as she suffered several injuries, depression and two bouts of Chronic Fatigue in 1993 and again in 1996. Layne Beachley was inducted into the Women’s […] See full Post. Seven world titles in nine years (1998-2006) and 29 elite tour victories are ample testimony to Layne Beachley's place in surfing as a competitor, but understate her enduring impact on the sport. I was introduced to this book by a […], Legacy by James Kerr How do you turn vision into action, purpose into practice and pressure into results? Free Shipping for All Orders. In addition to Layne’s Keynotes and workshops, Layne is the proud Founder and Director of her very own foundation, Aim For The Stars. Layne’s dedication to success saw her as the only surfer, male or female, to claim six consecutive world titles between 1998 and 2003. By Jodee / October 5, 2016 The financial struggles early in her career almost caused Layne to quit! In my humble opinion, we all experience ADHD for things that […], Are you your world’s worst critic or biggest cheerleader? 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Other have created an impact in areas such as: Working with people with disabilities , Scientific research in areas such as spinal research, cancer, autism and the birth of stars, Indigenous health and well being, Mental health, Aged care, Education in third world and remote and rural regions, Environmental studies in areas such as the Great Barrier Reef, Antarctica and endangered marine life and waste management. Adding to her extraordinary successes, Layne was recognized for her outstanding achievements on Australia Day 2015, when she was awarded with an Officer of the Order of Australia for her distinguished service to the community through support for a wide range of charitable organisations, as a mentor for women in sport and as a world champion surfer. However, Layne felt her passion for becoming a world champion was no longer as strong as when she started – she achieved what she set out to do. It fuels imaginations, encourages healthy exercise and heals the effects of trauma for children caught in brutal conflicts. The Layne Beachley Foundation provides grants and mentoring to some of Australia's most disadvantaged yet determined young women to help them turn their potential into reality. She is also a trainer and facilitator of a series of workshops, igniting potential in everyone she works with. UNICEF is the United Nations Children’s Fund, a leading global humanitarian and development agency that works to uphold the rights of every child. Because I have endured my fair share of suffering as well. The Courage to Be Disliked presents a simple and straightforward answer. Layne went on to win her seventh world title in 2006, which she admits, was her most personally fulfilling win. She persevered to win her first, of what was set to be, six consecutive world titles in 1998. In addition to this, she staged the richest surfing event in the world for 7 years. It was the generous empathetic action of one of her employers who presented her $3000 to help her fund her international travels. Started by seven-times World Champion Layne Beachley in 2003, the Foundation has over $800,000 life-changing scholarships to 450 women. Layne Beachley AO is regarded as the most successful female surfer in history. Which includes: 25 Olympian + Paralympians, 14 world champions, 3 young Australian of the year nominees, 5 United Nations presenters, 39 Community Leaders, 31 Creative Stars, 16 Climate Changers and 14 amazing scientists. Motivational speaker, trainer, facilitator and philanthropist, Layne currently focuses her energy on igniting potential in others. The […], The Slight Edge by Jeff Olsen Whenever I think of the Slight Edge I think what I always say, that […], Is there such a thing as a healthy distraction? Brooks Shoes Outlet Clearance - Up To 50% OFF.