choose your future
if you are looking for control over your life, it’s closer than you think
achieve your goals
failure is not an end result, it is an opportunity to rethink how you approach your goals
embrace change
you can’t control change but you can control how you react to it
recognise your wins
it’s easy to overlook the small wins but together they make the biggest difference

 


Marnys story

We are all on a razor's edge


Independence. Walking on two legs. Working as a registered nurse.

These all sound like very basic and quite simple goals, but when you’ve been hit by a train nothing is ever simple. That’s not a metaphorical train we’re talking about. It’s a real train in the London underground.

“My story is about an event that could have happened to anyone. I was an Australian working and living in London. One Sunday night I was on the underground platform waiting for a train – just like thousands of people do every day in London. On that night I was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
I was hit by a train and suffered multiple traumatic injuries. Now it would be easy to think that this was a rare event but to be hit by a train in the London underground is actually more common than most people realise. What is rare (extremely rare) is when someone survives it.”

Marny will take you from “life support” to “living life”. You’ll understand the power of goal setting, attitude, persistence, gratitude (for things big and small), visualisation, and patience (with yourself and those around you).”

Marny will challenge you to believe in yourself, rethink obstacles in your life (professional and personal), set goals more realistically and, above all else, if you really, really want something, don’t give up!


Media and Media Appearances

Television and Radio
By Marny Cringle

Sunday Night with Chris Bath (Seven Network), Life Without Barriers (SBS), radio interviews (ABC Newcastle), Story box (ABC Newcastle).

Public Events
By Marny Cringle

Clubs (Rotary, Probus, Stockton View Club), Schools and Community (Morpeth Primary School, Cubs at Thornton. Breakfasts with school leaders and principles…

In Print
By Marny Cringle

New Idea magazine, Maitland Mercury newspaper, Newcastle Herald newspaper, Aurora magazine, NSW Amputee journal, Paraquad newsletter

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