I recently completed the Oxfam Trailwalker. It’s a 100 kilometre non-stop event through some of the toughest terrain in Sydney – across mountains, through valleys, around rivers.
At 3 am in the morning, after hiking continuously for 20 hours, I tripped over a tree root and completely lost my shit. I was hungry, freezing, exhausted and wondering why the bloody hell I was doing the stupid event anyway.
But a friend, an incredible friend, lent me a hand and my perspective changed radically.
Completing the walk, I was reminded of two powerful things:
1. that success is always a team effort and;
2. that nothing worth having comes easy
It’s something I talked about in depth with Mia Freedman recently. In a candid conversation, we discussed everything from my life with Michael, and our recent engagement, to my recovery from the fire and my approach to challenges. If you’d like to listen to our chat, you can access the podcast here.
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