Somewhere between 35 and 45
You find yourself in the car listening to the radio and really enjoying the station and then realise that actually you are really enjoying listening to Radio 2.
Almost simultaneously, you realise; that you don’t recognise a lot of the artists on Radio 1, the presenters seem awfully young and the whole business feels as though you’ve been taking the gateway drug to Radio 4.
Only joking. (Half joking)
We’re actually avid listeners to both 1 and 4, with 2 being like an inevitability that we can’t accept, but probably will have to at some point.
Greg James from R1 just did a mammoth challenge, you might have seen/heard it if you are terribly down with the kids.
He did the 3 Peaks challenge (super hard) with the added jeopardy of CYCLING between the mountains.
And then we had all that snow – which they hadn’t factored in.
And he NEARLY made it – raised half a million pounds for charity.
He showed superhuman levels of grit and determination – but actually was stopped from finishing by his team as the conditions we just too difficult.
And he was devastated… he apologised in an interview for failing.
Was so emotional – I cried along with him a bit.
If you saw him in the street, I have no doubt you’d want to say “Mate – you were amazing, you should feel really proud”.
Because of all that he DID do.
Our brains have a negative bias when it comes to our own goals and achievements.
Being conscious of that and switching it up actually hard-wires your brain for MORE achievements and reaching your goals much more easily.
Listen to us talking about that yesterday on our FB live (and lots of other stuff we think you’ll find useful)
You can watch that
Best Wishes and Lots of Love
Tanya & Claire