Most candidly however, I failed more in these last 45 years than I succeeded. Some of those failures were epic and embarrassing. Fitness Failures, Family Failure and Financial Failures. I have done it all
And although failure was a constant so was getting back up, putting my big boy pants on, acknowledging my failures, cleaning up my messes where I could and getting back on the horse.
Why? Because I have always held a vision of what my life would be as a journey. And that journey was always going to be one of learning, leading, laughing and loving. It gave me the courage to pick myself up, dust myself off and keep going onto the next level.