November 12th, 2018 | 1 hr 2 mins
4 asd kids, 4asdkids, achievement, anxiety, appreciation, athlete, attitude, australia, australian survivor, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, breath work, business, calmness, celebrity, challenge, challenge roth, change, charity, children, chloe maxwell, dave jorna, david jorna, determination, do life better, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, iron man, kangaroos, kids, lead, leader, leadership, leadership training, life, life hacks, living, mat rogers, maxing out, maxingout, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nrl, nutrition, overcoming anxiety, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productive leaders, productivity, project hatch, purpose, resilience, rugby league, rugby union, running, school, science, self care, sleep, social, stress, stress release, students, success, successful, technology, values, volunteering, wallabies, wellbeing, worth
Sometimes you have a conversation with someone who reminds you of what’s important in life, of the huge impact you can create, and that you can achieve more than what you believed was possible. My chat with sporting superstar and Australian Survivor competitor, Mat Rogers, was one of those conversations for me. So, if you are setting out to achieve a big goal, or have a challenge in front of you, or are wanting to go beyond what you thought was possible, then this episode is for you. Mat shares about his experiences being a dual Australian representative, being on Australian Survivor, raising a child with ASD and the incredibly inspiring work he and his wife, Chloe Maxwell, are doing through their charities. This chat was incredibly inspiring for me, and I know it will be for you too.