Resilient People

Pushing Through Comfort Zones

Episode Notes

Tommy Caulfield and James Whittle are two friends from the UK who one day decided to cross the Atlantic Ocean in a row boat. The voyage took them 54 days and as you can imagine, it was grueling. But the pair discovered a lot about themselves in that little vessel. Mainly the importance of pushing through their comfort zones and embracing the rewards that come with it. 

Since that trip, Tommy and James have embarked on many different adventures. We spoke about the reason for doing that first trip, how they define resilience and have a few laughs too.

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RESILIENT PEOPLE is a show that profiles regular people around the world who are admired for their resilience. They have overcome a major life challenge, found a purpose from it and now help others to be resilient too.

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