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Oct 22, 2022

What is grace? And how would showing more grace toward each other create a better world for future generations?

In last week’s interview (#065), body therapist and author Olukemi Ogunyemi shared the story of her upbringing in Scotland as a mixed-race child: highlighting both the trauma of experiencing racial abuse and the responsibilities of individuals, communities and organisations to raise awareness of racism, create impactful change and build a better future.

Looking back on our conversation, I begin by reflecting honestly on my own early journey of awakening in relation to privilege in general, and anti-racism in particular. I then look at what we can learn from Olukemi’s personal approach to tackling racism through compassion, and begin to explore the meaning of grace as a spiritual gift or human virtue.

If you’re looking to deepen your understanding of who you are being in your mission, or you are looking to commit more deeply to being the difference you want to see in the world, this week’s Insights episode is for you.



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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Brown Girl in the Ring by Olukemi Ogunyemi

Me and White Supremacy by Layla F Saad

Grace: A Leader’s Guide to a Better Us by John Boldoni