Life throws opportunity at each of us when we least expect it or maybe recognising those opportunities is a skill in itself.
I met Cathryn for the first time about six years ago when I was fortunate enough to sit next to her on a flight to London.
We connected with each other immediately through our love of running. At the time I also had an idea for a running based business but suffering from both a cluttered mind and a case of imposter syndrome, I didn’t know where to start. By the time we landed I was already starting to see a clearer picture.
A lot of the self help books I had tried previously tell you to be successful you should surround yourself with others who inspire, motivate and adhere to certain standards.
Six years later and it’s not a coincidence that Cathryn is still in my life. Her overall holistic approach to growing as a person and perhaps in my case, focussing more on the emotional side has helped me to declutter my thought process, back myself and to no longer live with the fear of failing.
My business has now entered year five and has managed to survive two years of a pandemic. I am in no doubt that
this is down to the skill sets I’ve learnt from working with Cathryn.
Knowing Cathryn’s athletic achievements and what it takes to get there, it’s obvious that Cathryn doesn’t just talk the talk, well she runs the run.