Petra O’Hara - breast cancer champion - on socks, cheeky pants and the greatest lesson having cancer taught her

 

This week I had the absolute joy and pleasure of interviewing the hilarious Petra O’Hara. I met Petra recently at a business “discovery day” session and I instantly warmed to her infectious personality and knew right away I had to interview her and share her story with you all.

Petra was diagnosed with breast cancer 6 years ago, and describes this episode in her life as “the best thing that’s ever happened to me”. She talks candidly about her frustrations and fears, things that irked her, and how she used her incredible sense of humour to get her through the tough times.

Click on the video above to watch our interview and be inspired by the belief that her cancer experience brought her to: NOTHING is unattainable.

Go ahead and grasp the nettle!

Be the BEST version of your professional self

No one gets into this line of work with selfish ambition and an hollow tin chest! I’ll bet you are a giver to your CORE.

But we’re all human and we all make mistakes, right?

But we’re all human, and it’s easy to slip up and make mistakes. Sometimes we say or do things with no harmful intention whatsoever, but it can leave those we’re working with feeling a little less than special - a little disempowered.

Download this free guide to learn more about 10 of the most common mistakes cancer professionals make - often inadvertently - and crucially how to avoid making them yourself:

www.essentialcancereducation.com/10-mistakes-guide

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I believe that through education and increasing public awareness of the impact of our dietary and lifestyle habits on cancer risk, we ALL have the power to reduce cancer incidence. Nearly half of all cancers can be prevented by making positive diet and lifestyle changes. Nearly half!

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