Dr Rebecca Ray, Author, Clinical Psychologist, Speaker
When did you realise your love for what you do? When I first experienced the profound impact that connecting with another person around their pain can have on their own healing and transformation.
What do you love most about what you do? That inspiring women to live bravely and meaningfully inspires the people in their worlds, too. The ripple effect of courage is a beautiful thing.
What’s the greatest piece of wisdom that received or acquired through life experience? From my Nan, after my Pop passed away: “Darling, in the end, all that matters is who we love and how we love them.”
What’s been one of your biggest challenges you’ve faced and how did you navigate through it. This would take an essay. The short version for one challenge would be that I transformed the harsh relationship that I had with myself into one of kindness and courage by re-defining what success means to me: that at the end of my days I can say I loved, and I lived with courage and meaning.
What are 3 of your daily non-negotiables? 1. time with my wife 2. time with my son 3. time to centre myself
What do you believe is your greatest asset? I’m pretty persistent.
How do you elevate and empower those around you? By reminding my community to go gently on their humanness and to embrace what it means for them to widen their comfort zone and choose courage.
How do you wish to impact the world? As above.
What scares you? The possibility of regret.
If you could share one seed of inspiration for those chasing their dream, what would it be? You can feel uncomfortable but still take brave action, and it’s the brave action that will align you with an inspired, expansive life.
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