Bronnie Ware is a former banker, palliative carer, singer and songwriter, international speaker and author of several books, including the best selling, The Top Five Regrets of the Dying, and her latest book, Bloom: A Tale of Courage, Surrender and breaking through upper limits.

Through Bronnie’s work as a palliative carer, she uncovered the number one regret of the dying was that people wished they’d had the courage to live a life true to themselves, not the life others expected of them. People also wished they hadn’t worked so hard, and that they’d had the courage to express their feelings.

Her compiled list of the human condition in its final stages is a powerful call to show up in our lives fully, right now. The list also seems to give us the permission we have long denied ourselves which is to live our lives true to us.

In this podcast we talk about how knowing these regrets shaped Bronnie’s own life, especially to take leaps, work as a creative entrepreneur living with chronic pain, and become a first time mum in her mid 40s, as explored in her new book, Bloom.

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