and play harder.”
A. Tell us about your grind - what do you do?
I’m a touring production race driver and on top of that my life is action packed with a mix of running a karting facility, travelling during racing season, handling sponsors, admin on my husband's racing team, then I fly off separately and am a presenter for racing, plus I emcee and host for local events and media... and I almost forgot, I have two kids under 2!
B. How would you describe your life's pace and energy?
There is no time for procrastinating, I’m always on the move, but I make sure I get on the brakes when I need it.
C. What is your morning ritual?
D. What makes you want to get up early, stay up late, or keep working at something until it's perfect?
I enjoy hustling, I can’t imagine life not trying to create something, being productive. I make sure I try sleep earlier, so I’m fresh for a new set of challenges.
E. When do you feel the most accomplished at what you do?
When I see complex parts of our different lives collide; when who I am, what I do, what I believe in, people I interact with, and where I give my energy to, come into a flow state, a term I learnt recently. It feels like the wheels are greased and I’m cruising. It’s more of a sense of a state of mind and body accomplishment.
F. How would you define 'success'?
Success varies for me, if I can get a laugh out of someone, if I can sit on the couch at the end of the day, work complete and I have time to spare with my kids with no technology and not having to look at the time.
G. How does how you look and feel affect your work?
A lot, not just because it’s a work requirement, but I 100% believe in a clean slate. A shower, washing makeup off, waking up and preparing myself, my hair, skin, and wearing something other than what I wore to sleep.
Washing is almost like a ritual of cleansing your day away and starting over.
H. What’s your greatest motivation?
My husband, my family and my kids.
My want to optimise my thoughts, life, and relationships. I don’t want to stop learning, listening and loving. Those closest around me have taught me about the purity of putting one's ego away to get to a higher state of flow.
I. What's your advice for the other Doers out there?
Let go easy, forgive yourself fast, and let go of ego to keeping moving forward in life.
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