In this episode I speak with social entrepreneur Mark White who is leading the Run Grateful initiative to combine gratitude and movement.
We dive into what has prompted him to create businesses and initiatives that have a social benefit. Which were prompted by him facing challenges in early adulthood, from deep darkness, addiction, and hopelessness.
“Back when I was 18, I had a choice to make. Backed into a corner, and after many negative consequences, I had a moment where I realised I had enough courage to see my reality with an honest feeling of admitting that I was lost, uninspired, with no hope and consumed with fear. I had no direction, structure, or clear understanding of who I was, where I was going and how I was going to get there!”
This conversation focuses on the One Grateful Mile event, where the participant dedicates one mile during their walk or run to something or someone they feel grateful for each day in December 2020.
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Episode 109, I’m joined by Olympic marathon runner Steph Davis. I first spoke with Steph in episode #89 when she won the Great Britain Olympic marathon trials.
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This is a behind the scenes chat about the film - This is our London which is available to watch via Youtube via this link: https://youtu.be/jBbV-lP3KNQ
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Episode 107, is a special Boston marathon episode in collaboration with The Big Run podcast.
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