Jul 18, 2017
The question today is: why would we care so much about what other people think of us, and how are we allowing that to limit us?
That’s a question that hits me right between the eyes that I
have been grappling with on a daily basis the last couple of years,
and it also confronted this episode’s guest, Susan Kovacs. It
carried a lot of impact for her, especially because it came
out of the mind and mouth of her daughter.
Known as the “Game Changer,” Susan Kovacs is a sought-after, straightforward coach to ambitious high performers. And her story so far is fascinating and empowering.
30 years after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and living those decades under the cloak of limitations suggested by both doctors and the disease, Susan competed in and completed her first triathlon. As you will hear, even deciding to try to do a triathlon, let alone completing one, was an enormous leap for her, both physically and spiritually.
Anyone who has ever doubted themselves for any reason is going to love this conversation.
Anyone who has ever listened to an outside influence, be it a parent or doctor or teacher or co-worker, and labelled themselves as unable to do something from that point forward will most definitely be able to relate to Susan.
I am completely confident that you will find her story incredibly uplifting.
There is a lot of great value to take away from Susan's story. Just some of the key elements that stood out to me included:
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