Although I’ve been speaking in public since elementary school (I fondly remember writing notes on recipe cards that I would refer to as I did my speech), my speaking abilities really improved once I started speaking professionally in schools 4.5 years ago.Read More »Frisbee Rob’s Top 5 Tips for Public Speaking
It’s hard to believe so much happened this past year so this summary will include my top personal highlights along with some of my most significant moments. Although I had less trips this past year, I went on some big trips! France, Poland, the UK, the Maritimes (twice), Virginia, Minnesota and all over Alberta & Saskatchewan.Read More »Frisbee Rob’s 2017 Year in Review
A few months ago, I was contacted by a teacher at Monroe Elementary School about the possibility of having me come speak to their students, teach frisbee, help them out with a Guinness World Records attempt and speak to the parents. Monroe is a S.T.E.M. school located in Minneapolis, Minnesota and has an incredibly diverse population with more than 20 languages spoken amongst the 600+ students.Read More »Growth Mindset and Guinness World Records Attempt at Monroe Elementary
Students in Digby, Nova Scotia are in for a treat this coming week when they receive a visit from 6-time Guinness World Record holder Rob “Frisbee Rob” McLeod, who is a motivational speaker and frisbee ambassador from Calgary, Alberta.
Today was a full school assembly and frisbee workshops with Primary to Grade 5 students at Cobequid Consolidated Elementary School. I also challenged the whole school to get Unplugg’d all weekend, which means no video games, no movies and no tv.Read More »Frisbee and Unplugging at Cobequid Consolidated Elementary
Today I spoke to 470 students from Kindergarten to Grade 5 at Seaside Park Elementary School in Saint John, NB. This is a brand new school with a huge gym and my presentation was actually the first time they used the new sound system.Read More »Unplugging and Frisbee at Seaside Park Elementary School
Today was a special day because I got to do something pretty cool! I visited Campobello Island, New Brunswick for the first time ever. In order to get to the island, I had to drive through the USA and cross the border twice. According to the staff at Campobello Island Consolidated School (CICS) it’s the only place in Canada that’s connected by a road through the USA.Read More »Spending the Day at Campobello Island Consolidated School