In this episode Sandra Pankhurst, the women from the best-selling memoir – The Trauma Cleaner, one women’s extraordinary life journey in death decay and disaster, talks to us about what it means to her to your truth and being brave in doing so. She shares with us her tips on how she has overcome adversity through her positive mindset.
An audiobook chapter of the Prologue of Brave Enough Now
Shown through vulnerability, Sarah talks to us about Imposter Syndrome in the Royal Australian Navy as a Naval Office and how the voice in our head – which she calls “the prince of lies” can take over our world. Recovering from PTSD, High function anxiety and Alcoholism, Sarah now lives an entirely different life, filled with wellness and the goal to help others who too have lived with imposter syndrome. This episode includes some fabulous tips on how to overcome imposter syndrome and the negative voice who talks to us all.
In this episode I sit down with Jack Fitzpatrick, former AFL player and coach for the AFLW and talk about how Jack’s Grandfather influenced him throughout his life. Including overcoming his many health issues during his life, including chronic fatigue and type 1 diabetes, enabling him to follow his dreams.
When we are BRAVE podcast is a show sharing inspirational stories and conversations, plus tips and tricks on living your best and bravest life.
Over the weekend, I snuggled down on the couch with my family and watched a documentary. We love documentaries in our house, in fact, I’ve loved documentaries my whole life. But this one struck a chord with me, and I just can’t stop thinking about it. The documentary 2040 talks Read more…