I’ve been meaning to put this post up for a while, but…you know, procrastination. Okay, okay I’ll stop there – Is a joke that lame even forgivable? (my apologies).
Not many people can say that they’ve achieved not one, but two, of their biggest life goals all before their 25th birthday; Scott Reardon can.
Only a decade earlier Scott was involved in a traumatic farming accident; one which resulted in him losing the lower half of his right leg. Add this to the fact that Scott is now one of Australia’s top Paralympic Athletes, who holds multiple records and medals, (not just in athletics but also, of all things, water skiing) and you’ve got all the ingredients for an incredibly inspiring story.
You’ve heard the old adage; do something every day that scares you.
It’s an inspirational one, and a great step to take if you want to grow.
Often, we become so comfortable with where we are that we forget to try new things. Perhaps you don’t forget you’re just too afraid to try something different. Why? Maybe you’re worried of what people might think, or you’re afraid that you might fail.
IT’S NOT WHAT IS, THAT’S IMPORTANT, IT’S WHAT’S PERCEIVED THAT ACTUALLY MATTERS.
Growing up, I learned that things aren’t always as they seem. Sometimes, people and situations are not what they appear. Later in life, I learned something even more important. It’s not what is, that’s important, it’s what’s perceived that actually matters. Let me explain…