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Ness: This morning, it was all about creativity. I just need to be in a very, very positive mental space. In order to get creative, I get that creative presence that block if I am not feeling in the right atmosphere and the right place.
I actually spend time with my dogs, the very first thing in the morning because I lift my spirits up. I would think through the rest of the day and what my plan is in getting into that creative mindset. Yeah, that was today. Amanda: Wonderful. Do you train first thing in the morning? Those were the best days and most products days for me.
I did struggle a lot if I leave my training to the end of the day. I do prefer training early morning.
Amanda: Are you a crossfitter? Ness: I am now. I might have been following these on Instagram. I have to admit. About two months ago, I signed up to my local crossfit. I am doing it now. It is hard. They make it look so easy. Once the fat stores go, my body will start using my muscle mass as fuel.
Also, the powerful rowing is in your legs. I really need to build that up.
Obviously, your core strength to prevent injury and flexibility. I incorporate at my crossfit. They do a lot of Ashtanga yoga and something called, [Animal Claw ]. Amanda: Tell us about your next challenge, your record attempt across Pacific Ocean. Before I even began to think about adventure and exploration, as a career, I was following a lady called, Roz Savage. She, at the time, was in the, I think, her early 30s, heading towards her mid 30s. She had been a management consultant for many, many years and in a similar way to what I was doing. It was just ticking boxes and going through life and just doing life.
She just needed more. She ended up heading out and rowing. She became first female to row all around the world. She did it in stages year by year.
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I just looked at the story and it just really, really spoke to me and spot something in my imagination. I just thought from that very first day, that was to see those, but until I was going to, at some point, row an ocean. For seven years, I thought about it. I was going to be an adventurer. The time is right now. Amanda: When you started planning it, what was the first thing that you do? The first thing that you do is, you try to secure sponsorship funding or something else?
Ness: The first thing you do is buy a giant map and put it up on the wall. Yeah, I bought that and then plotted out the root for that. I stare at it all day. From that point, I set it up a bit like you had set up a major project for your business. I wrote a skeleton structure of a business plan for it. I got those giant rolls of paper and I stuck them to my wall and started plotting out all the different elements from the marketing side, the fundraising side, the partnerships, the equipment, the team, everything. Everything involved.
I put a timeline together of how long I feel it would take, and then all the contingency around that. From there, I started really going into each one of those and then exploiting those out and writing a much more detailed plan for each one of those different sections. There was no cost behind that and both to pitch and just started going out. I literally connected with thousands of people on LinkedIn that I thought would be fantastic for building relationship in the future in terms of my expeditions and partnerships and sponsorship and things like that. I just started contacting people and cold calling.
Their response was phenomenal.
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Absolutely phenomenal. Obviously, you want those fun stuff trickling through then you can start working on getting the equipment and organising the boat build and things like that. Amanda: Wow. Well, it is a business. Ness: Absolutely.