Consoling my team mate Sally Pearson after she fell in the final of the 100m hurdles at the 2006 Commonwealth Games, Melbourne.

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Fiona Cullen in the business of clearing hurdles



  • My highest values are respect, contribution, and service to others.

  • I subscribe to the principle of ongoing continuous improvement in all aspects of my life.

  • I surround myself with people that call forth the best in me and constantly seek opportunities to grow.

  • I value real conversations where people are allowed - and encouraged - to share what is really going on in their minds and lives. 

  • I relate to all beings as the evolution that they are, understanding that no one stays the same, we are constantly evolving, moment by moment, and in order to get the best out of each other we must communicate with each other as if we are a brand new being every moment. Wiser and more evolved than we were just moments ago. 




To leave the people and places I come in contact with in better shape than they were before we met.