How far can you go? A simple question, but one that took on deeper meaning when asked by a father to a son who was faced with the reality that he might never walk again. The question spurred John Alexander Maclean to inhabit a world without limits. To become a triathlete. A Paralympics silver medallist. The first wheelchair athlete to swim the English Channel and finish the Hawaiian Ironman Triathlon.
A recipient of the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM), John Maclean set his sights on every next, and conquered it. At Confluence, he took everyone inside his mind, revealing what it takes from finding your motivation to leaving your mark. And never looking back. He was hit by an eight-tonne truck while he was cycling at the age of 22. Some might think of it as a disrupton that ends dreams. For the man who saw his tomorrow, it was merely the beginning.
Delete the noise, let that go. Connect with what truly does matter. Make the most of those opportunities as you continue forward on your journey.