It's stories like today's that make me think we let ourselves down more than we are victims of life. And if we could just get it together, we could spend so much of our wasted time on helping other people
My guest today is Samantha Pillay. Samantha is a urological surgeon, public speaker, business owner, and seven time children's book author. I feels like I should mention that Samantha was born with a debilitating hip dysplasia, and overcame it to be the first female urological surgeon in all of South Australian history! We go in a couple directions with this interview, but really it breaks down to overcoming your shortcomings to help others overcome theirs.
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