How do you define success in your life?
Do you give yourself permission to be proud of who you are, how far you’ve come, and the successes your future will hold?
In this episode, Meg speaks with Diana Taylor, Vice President of the Geelong Football Club and author of ‘The Playbook: Crossing the White Line to Succeed in Life, Business and AFL’. With a very successful career including being the first woman in various AFL roles, Diana shares valuable insights and practical advice to help you navigate uncharted territories and define success on your own terms. Learn how to map your path, make impactful decisions and create a multidimensional definition of success that goes beyond money and titles.
Don’t miss this episode that will leave you inspired to kick goals and live a life of authenticity and purpose.
In this conversation we discuss
▫️ Why we need to define success on our own terms.
▫️ How to maintain a sense of self while working in a complex system.
▫️ The importance of doing the hard yards.
▫️ And so much more…
You can quote us on that…
“Success needs to be defined by the individual. Everyone’s success is going to look very different.”Diana Taylor
“Sometimes you just have to sit a while in the situation that you’re in, assessing what you’ve got, building your skills and capability, and creating value in yourself.”Diana Taylor
“The art of patience is going to be one of your most powerful leverage points and powerful skills that you can possibly possess.”Diana Taylor
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Hi, I'm Meg!
B.Phys Ed, M. Ed (Student Wellbeing), CIPP
I’m a teacher with experience working in primary and secondary schools across Australia, and a specialist in the field of wellbeing education and coaching. I founded Open Mind Education in 2013 with a vision of sharing practical, enriching wellbeing education with staff, parents, and broader school communities.
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