“Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak. Courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen”
- Winston Churchill
We all want to be healthy. We all want to protect our home and we all want to be kind. Yet today we are facing a health crisis, an environmental crisis and an ethical crisis affecting people and the economy.
Is it possible that we humans have been eating the wrong food for our species?
Give it just a bit of your time (1 hour or custom) and an open mind. The talk is free and in three parts:
Health, the impact of nutrition and food hacks to start a healthy lifestyle. Home, the environmental impact of our food choices and how to protect the planet for future generations. And Heart is about making the connection that takes you to the next step: becoming every day life Heroes. This is an inspiring talk with beautiful visuals, insightful infographics and stories to empower you to start building the world you want to live in. Make the connection and #letusbeheroes together.
Many companies and organisations have hosted Let us Be Heroes: Google, Facebook, Linkedin (Hong Kong), Airbnb, Zalora, Salesforce.com, Booking.com, UBS, Julius Baer, WeWork, SpaceMob, Justco, theBridge, SPCA, Nanyang Technology University (NTU), National University of Singapore (NUS), Yale-NUS, Tanglin Trust School, UWC as well as many other events organizers including Tedx, Effective Altruism and Gaia World Tour.
Rebecca Cappelli decided to quit a successful career to work in non-profit. Now a sought after public speaker and award-winning filmmaker, her work aims to alleviate human and non-human suffering, with a focus on how the health of our values are connected not just to our own health, but the health of the planet.
A French citizen and a mandarin speaking professional, Rebecca has lived in Asia for over 18 years including Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and now Singapore. She works with various non-profit organizations with the project Let us be Heroes to empower people to become a line of defense for their health, the planet and the animals.
Rebecca holds a Master Degree in Media Management from ESCP Business School, as well as in Chinese language and culture and a Plant Based Nutrition certificate from eCornell.
“VERY THOUGHT PROVOKING"
EMPLOYEE AT LINKEDIN, HONG KONG
“VERY INSPIRATIONAL TALK. IT'S AN EYE OPENER. THANK YOU"
EMPLOYEE AT BOOKING.COM, SINGAPORE
“CONTINUE TO INSPIRE PEOPLE, THIS IS WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS"
STUDENT, SPCA YOUTH LEADERSHIP CAMP, SINGAPORE