Dec 18, 2018
After a life changing week of speaking for the first time over in America, I want to give you guys a behind the scenes look into my own journey of resilience that's taken me from a broken mess on my bathroom floor all the way to the stage in Idaho Falls.
As amazing as it's been, behind the big smiles and love hearts, has also been a lot of my own struggle, exhaustion and insecurities that I've had to push through. By getting vulnerable and speaking openly about this throughout this interview, I hope it inspires you to recognise there's no such thing as ''extraordinary people'' - there's just ordinary people willing to go the extra mile in honour of something that matters more to them than playing it safe. My big sister was a powerful example of that, and now through the big and small choices I make each day, I hope I grow to become an example of that as well. An example of what is possible when you live not in fear of your dreams, but in faith of what is possible..
Huge shout out to:
- The students of Idaho Falls, Rigby, Ririe and Skyline High for embracing me with open arms!
- Nate from the Rugby League in America Podcast for this interview and support this week.
- The legendary Idaho Falls Principal who made all this happen, Bobby D! We love you Bob.