Leading People

How to be more resilient

June 24, 2021 Gerry Murray Season 1 Episode 12
Leading People
How to be more resilient
Show Notes

Many people in the western world can remember where they were on 9/11 when the aeroplanes hit the Twin Towers in New York but can you remember where you were on 22nd March 2016? 

My guest in this episode will never forget where she was on the morning of the 22nd March 2016. 

Karen Northshield was standing within meters of the first suicide bomber at Brussels airport. Her life was changed in an instant. In fact, according to the medical experts who assessed her condition, she wouldn't survive. She was given almost zero chances of living. But, nonetheless, she did survive. 

Today, she's rebuilding her life. She's written a book and in this conversation, she will share with you how to be more resilient

In 2014-2015, I worked with Karen as her coach when she realised her dream of leaving her admin job and setting up her own fitness coaching business. She was so driven, so committed and so passionate about making a difference in the world. 

Today, despite what she's been through, that drive, that commitment and that passion are still there.

It's a remarkable story and one worth listening to...

Meet your host, Gerry Murray

Show Links

Karen Northshield at Karen Northshield

Dans le souffle de la bombe/Weggenblazen door de bom by Karen Northshield

Karen on Facebook

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