Read Episode 1 here Read Episode 2 here Read Episode 3 here The second half of 2015, following the sudden death of my Dad, was a hectic, grief laden time. My two sisters and myself did our best to continue with our own work and family commitments whilst taking time off to be with mum and of course dealing with our own feelings of sadness and loss. It was therefore a welcome reprieve when Clipper
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Without resilience life can often feel difficult. We perhaps experience more fear and anxiety in ourselves than maybe others seem to. Life can feel forever difficult. Ultimately this drains us of physical and mental energy as we create significant internal stress – in turn this is likely to affect both our short and long term physical, emotional and mental health. A few definitions of resilience: The capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. An ability
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Read Episode 1 here Read Episode 2 here No, it wasn’t a typo at the end of Episode 2 – I had originally signed up for the whole circumnavigation in the 2017-18 race, yet here I am waiting to set off on 1 September 2019. So, what happened? I thought I already knew the principles of achieving big goals and the importance of the right accountability, so with the confidence that the family support had given me,
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I was recently asked this question when I met with a business colleague interested in why we chose this name for our company.  A great question I thought, so maybe if one person asked, I guess more people may be thinking the same. As I pondered how to answer, it felt right to start with looking at what creates limits in our life.   Health Limits “Health is dictated not by our genes, but by
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Read Episode 1 here Whilst the Clipper seed had most definitely been planted, it was struggling to take root. Over the following 6 months, I would continually drop the idea into my conversation with Nicki who was very supportive. Most of these conversations would, however, end with me outlining the reasons why it wouldn’t work – the impracticalities, the burden of career & family responsibilities etc. I became quite creative with my list of excuses,
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