By completing all these tough challenges, what message are you trying to convey to all those that are inspired by you?

December 2, 2015

 

I want people to know that I’m not the best runner, I’m not the best at sticking to a diet, I’m not the best at challenges. I am no one special, I don’t mean that in a negative way. I am just a normal girl, who’s the same as everyone else. But I know in order for me to grow and develop as a person. I need to push myself both physically and mentally. I need to see what I’m made off. I need that excitement. I want to be living my life to the fullest and I don’t want to just be existing, I want to really be living life to the fullest. I want to look back at my life and be like, yeah - I gave it a good go, I gave it my all, and I took advantage of the opportunities that came my way.

 

If I can inspire one other girl to go and follow her passion and to live her life to the fullest, then I’m happy. Obviously I want to inspire more than one person, but the greatest honour for me, would be in a few years time, having someone come up to me and say, because of you I did this….they could have read one of my books, my blog posts, or listened to me give a motivational talk or heard me on a podcast. I’m trying lots of different ways to connect out and to reach women and girls who do need that extra support and help. 

 

I’m wanting to reach out and to connect with as many women and girls as possible. I want to have the biggest impact possible and I want to convey to every single girl or women of any age, that YOU CAN DO IT. You just need to decide what is is you really, really want and start. Take action and make it happen. 

 

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