Robson is positive, competitive and goal orientated. Due to his attitude, at 30, he had already completed a lot of things in his life and was working tirelessly to achieve the goals he had set. All of a sudden, his life came to a halt. A clean check in a hockey game led to Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), this injury forced him to rethink all of his plans. He was forced to adapt to a whole new me and lifestyle. Having lived in 5 countries before he was eleven, adapting was no stranger to Robson. This turned out to be a blessing.
“If you can see the invisible, you can do the impossible”
During Robson’s talk, he tells the story, of why he had to become the World’s Best TBI Patient. Often invisible, TBI affects every aspect of life. Robson opens up about this serious issue, without forgetting to the most important ingredient, laughter. Why? Because he genuinely believes everything is easier when you smile. Everything is also possible, as long as you take responsibility for your own success. And Robson wants to be a living example of just this.