The Camino de Santiago is a 500-mile pilgrimage across Northern Spain that has been in existence for nearly 2,000 years. Annually, over 250,000 people from all over the world take on this 5-6 week experience. As of Spring, 2018, Bob Logan will have walked the Camino three times and during his talks he presents the life lessons learned that can immediately be applied to everyone’s own life, including, “the power of being uncomfortable”; “overcoming challenges”; “dealing with daily doses of adversity”; “understanding the importance of living a simpler life”; “how gratitude and appreciation should play a bigger role in our lives”; and “achieving something bigger than oneself”.
Bob’s Camino talk is provides a humbling look at how many of us are living their lives currently in America, and sets aside the trappings of materialism, corporate advancement, and our “connected society” to embrace “relationship connectedness” and living in the moment as the key to living a more fulfilling life.
Length of talk – 25 mins; 50 mins or 75 mins