Dr Sue Black explains how she disrupted her own life and how you can, too.
How do you turn a life full of disruption and chaos on its head?
No stranger to the stage, Sue Black tackled this very issue at Inspirefest 2017, offering a harrowing picture of her situation before she became a social entrepreneur.
“My life had been disrupted but I really wanted to be the person taking charge,” she said.
From earning a PhD, to saving Bletchley Park, to meeting Queen Elizabeth, Black has come a long way.
“I’ve spent a lot of my life scared. In the beginning, my life was being disrupted and someone was scaring me, but I kind of changed it around and started scaring myself.
“And the thing is, when you do these scary things, the more you do them, the more fun it gets!”
Words by Shelly Madden