1. What’s your biggest achievement / Something you’re proud of yourself for?
“Remaining dignified and refusing to give up even when people take credit for your work or try to undermine you. My parents always taught me that whilst it might be nice to be important, it’s more important to be nice.”
2. What’s your biggest fear / something that holds you back?
“A South African actress Dorothy Bernard once said “courage is fear that has said its prayers” Courage to me is telling the hairdresser that you don’t like what has been done to your hair.. My fear is has always been stepping out of my comfort zone. There is warmth and contentment in doing the same things that you have always done. But Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature. Stepping out of your comfort zone means being at peace with failing. Many cultures see failure as a negative thing. It’s not fun to experience failure, but it’s not a bad thing – it is there to keep us alive and keep us safe. I found being afraid stopped me doing things I really wanted to do. I try to turn my weaknesses into strengths. But I don’t focus on my strengths – you are already good at those. I try to develop my weaknesses so that they become part of my strength.“
3. What’s your biggest contribution / Something you like to share?
“That I’ve been able to help people in many different ways from many different countries. I hope I can keep on doing that.”
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