If I asked you for your definition of success, what would you say? For me, it’s simple: success is unique to each and every one of us.
Welcome to The Success Revolution, the podcast that’s changing the way we talk – and think – about success. Having worked with one too many women who’s had her confidence and her identity diminished as a result of working towards an antiquated definition of success – you know it, money, power, status, etc.
In this episode of The Success Revolution, we speak to gold medal-winning Olympian, Kate Richardson Walsh, who talks captaining Team GB’s women’s hockey team to its first gold medal, what it’s like to publicly fail and managing that post-Olympics void. Her advice is applicable and beneficial to us all; because really, life on the hockey pitch, is just real life, with all its pressures, expectations and relationships, under international floodlights.
This episode is recorded in support of Access Sport which works solely with young people in deprived communities and with disabilities to enjoy all of the benefits of sport. Find out more about how to help at AccessSport.org.uk
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