After representing Australia in rowing, Justin Sires decided to integrate in passion for sport into the emerging of commuter accessibility. Founding “PFL Spaces”, a project designed to incorporate cyclists and walkers and jogger’s lifestyles into corporate buildings.
The project has since expanded worldwide with the state-of-the-art facilities now in London and Portland, America to just name a few.
In this episode, Sires discusses how his lifestyle out of work contributes heavily to his entrepreneurial success, and how to learn to trust your gut when faced with the hundreds of tough decisions one if faced with on day-to-day basis.
It's difficult to ask anybody 'How are you?' without hearing the word 'busy' somewhere in their response. We feel overwhelmed by busyness because of the demands on our time: our inbox and our to-do list are bulging, a huge amount of people expect things from us and our organisations are trying to do more with fewer people.
But it doesn't have to be that way. In reality, busyness isn't essential. Yes, there is a lot to do, but believing you're always busy because you have so much to do is both false and unhelpful. Busyness is a normal response to a world of too much, but it isn't the only response.
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