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Sep 30, 2022

Looking back on Season Four, if there is one thing that the Women on a Mission have in common, it’s bravery. It’s easy to think that if our mission is enormous we personally need to be one million percent braver to fulfil it, but throughout these interviews we repeatedly see the value that just being a little braver can achieve.

Especially if those around us choose to be a little braver too!

As I look back over the season, there really was something for everyone:

  • Caroline Strawson on realising that no-one is coming and breaking free from hidden shame (Ep 49 & 50)
  • Vivienne Porritt OBE on how being even 10% braver can create significant change and increase your impact (Ep 51 & 52)
  • Alisoun Mackenzie on getting off the train of expectation and living a meaningful life (Ep 53 & 54)
  • Dr Emma Yhnell on challenging traditional perspectives and creating meaningful connection (Ep 55 & 56)
  • Jane Duncan Rogers on making difficult conversations easier and surrendering to our calling (Ep 57 & 58)
  • Ali Bulman on the recovery of adult social care (post pandemic) and the real role of leaders in making an impact for the most vulnerable in society (Ep 59 & 60)
  • Jess Baker on being a super-helper and the personal impact when you can’t stop helping (Ep 61 & 62)
  • Sue Revell (that’s me!) on not just fitting in when you should be standing out! (Bonus Ep 1-3)

In the sharing of our stories and experiences, we encourage other women on a mission to do and BE more when all is going well, and we inspire others in those moments where we simply need to keep going too.  Whether you are short on time, new to the podcast, or would simply enjoy a recap on the rich learning we have heard from each guest, this summary of Season Four is for you!

And if you need any additional incentive to listen, this episode also announces the PRIZEWINNERS for our first birthday giveaway in September 2022. What a fantastic way to round out the season and also to celebrate International Podcast Day!


Sue is on a mission to STOP women playing small so that they can create the legacy they want to leave in the world.  With over 30 years coaching and leadership experience, Sue loves nothing more than disrupting the unhelpful thinking that often holds women back, so that they can think, dream and BE bigger in leading the change they want to see.  Coaching internationally, Sue’s clients are primarily world-changing women who want to lead with confidence, increase their impact and live a life that matters.


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