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Love? What? Are you crazy?

By 08/10/2020February 19th, 2021No Comments

#4 "Love? What? Are you crazy?"

Episode 4 is in the can and we were so thrilled to have some absolute legends of motorsport and one of the world’s leading sports psychologists on the panel.

We covered some great topics; getting changed in a truck and nepotism with Jess Dane, love, compassion and Ronda Rousey with Kirsten Peterson and having sociopathic tendencies with Catherine Bond Muir.
Catherine is the W-Series CEO and board member of Motorsport UK, Jessica Dane the COO and Co-owner of Triple Eight Race Engineering, Chair of the Australian Women in Motorsport Commission and Australian delegate to the FIA Women in Motorsport Commission and Kirsten Peterson, former head of sports psychology at the AIS and 7 time Olympic team psychologist. As I said, legends in their field!
 
We were once again joined by our esteemed co-host WITSUP.com’s Stef Hanson.
We shoot the breeze on opportunity at the root level. We learn how bodies like the W Series are smashing the barriers of the accepted norms of the industry with community and inclusivity and we talk peak performance what it looks like in women in motorsport.
Huge thanks go to our sponsor for this show Kirsten Peterson Consulting. As well as being a world leading sport and exercise psychologist endorsed by the Psychology Board of Australia, Kirsten is a coach and group process facilitator who can help you with effective and pragmatic strategies that will have you doing what you love better and living your life more fully.
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Andy Hollands

Andy Hollands

Andy is the co-founder of LUDUS. He loves sport but is mostly rubbish at them, tries hard though! Has run a few Ultra Marathons. Andy has been a business owner, a web developer and recently GM of three basketball teams in NBL1 and Sal's NBL in New Zealand. He's a firm believer in building sport from the grassroots level and ensuring that it's enjoyable for all.