„Fly when you can’t walk anymore…”
“Fly when you can’t walk anymore ….” is the motto of life of a young man who has the rare gift of seeing the silver lining on the horizon even in the darkest times. Sebastian P. Schild was born on 09.11.1984 in Wuppertal. His paraplegia is a consequence of an accident in 2005. Since then he has motivated as a speaker, motivation trainer and hypnosis coach with lectures on the subject of barriers, hope and self-esteem. During his lectures and trainings, he manages to sweep the audience along on an exciting journey through the light and shadow of life.
Hello, my name is Sebastian Schild,
I am a lecturer and keynote speaker. I was born and grew up in beautiful Wuppertal. Early on I wondered how the world works and what holds it together. In addition to my interest in technology and nature, I played roller hockey in a Bundesliga team.
After a serious traffic accident in 2005, I am sitting in a wheelchair due to paraplegia. Since then, 80% of my body has been paralyzed. Now I concentrate on my strengths. Because I realized very fast that a mental strength became of enormous importance for my life.
Since then I have been intensively occupied with the topics of subconsciousness, perception and self-esteem. In addition to my hypnotherapy training and the NLP Master, I have completed further training in coaching. I found out that the best thing for me is to take my life into my own hands. And if I can do that… then everyone can. I discovered my vocation to motivate people to lead a life full of joy and self-confidence.
Currently I am working as a speaker. As a peer, I accompany freshly injured people during the first days after rehabilitation for the Association for the Promotion of Paraplegics. With my impulse lecture it is my goal as a speaker to inspire people to take their happiness in life into their own hands.
It has become my vocation to help people to make a change, to let go of fears, to have more courage, to realize their dreams, to accept themselves as they are and thus to significantly increase their quality of life.