The Doing Effect - Episode 2: Fergus Crawley
Everyone wants transformational growth but what we often fail to realise is that small changes and choices actually compound over time – building momentum and driving progress.
Hosted by Great Britain Rugby 7s player and Olympic Silver Medalist Tom Mitchell "The Doing Effect” dives into the mindsets of a range of every day people doing extraordinary things.
We meet founders, athletes, adventurers and activists and explore their shared commitment to having a positive impact and making the most of their time.
Fergus Crawley is no stranger to adversity or challenges. As an endurance athlete he embraces both physical and mental battle with a steely determination forged from a desire to boost awareness and support for mental health. In this raw, inspiring and ultimately thought provoking interview, Fergus discusses what drove him to scale Ben Nevis 32 times in 10 Days and challenges conventional attitudes towards how men view and discuss their mental wellbeing. His mindset, vulnerability and passion for pushing himself whilst broadening the conversation around mental health is not to be missed.
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