Living to learn and grow and aspire to great things

I live to learn and grow and aspire to great things. Corny as it might sound I genuinely want the world to be a better place because of the things I did in my lifetime

Today is the day Your mountain is waiting

I have made lots of mistakes, pissed off plenty of people and I am one of those people that you either like or you don’t.

I no longer worry about these things. Mistakes make you the person you are today and who needs fake friends

For the last ten years I have been surrounded by some very exciting people who have helped shaped my journey

But I knew if I was going to achieve what I want to achieve I was going to need a mentor who was in it for the long haul

I got my first taste of what that could be like when I spent 3 days with Shaun Coffey in Brisbane in 2013. It was such a buzz. But Shaun spends more time overseas than he does here and we realised that wasn’t going to work

I am excited two years later that a new opportunity has arisen and I now have regular access to the very bright mind and the brave person who is willing to take me on

At our first meeting he reiterated how pivotal it was for me prioritise what space I want to play in. This can be especially challenging for women because we often experience a high degree of inner stress over conflicting commitments.  We have been conditioned to spend our energy helping other people achieve their goals.

So my first task is to have a vision that is built on my values, not the agenda of others.  I look forward to being inspired by my personal convictions, to learning new skills that become habits, to staying calm and remaining strong. I look forward to my new life and I look forward to sharing my journey with you


Author: Lynne Strong

I am a 6th generation farmer who loves surrounding myself with optimistic, courageous people who believe in inclusion, diversity and equality and embrace the power of collaboration. I am the founder of Picture You in Agriculture. Our team design and deliver programs that inspire pride in Australian agriculture and support young people to thrive in business and life

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