Tara McMullin: Yeah. And I think that was kind of where I wanted to go with a follow-up, which is, you have such a positive, vibrant life-giving persona and I think obviously genuine personality. I’m curious how you felt taking those initial steps to be more overt about speaking up for these things that you believe in that are hard conversations to talk about. And I wonder also, kind of in the same vein, how has that impacted or did it impact that brightness and vibrancy and positivity that is sort of part of your brand as well? Does that make sense?
Suz Chadwick: Yeah. I mean, I think that I did step back. Is like I was saying when I’m not confident with something I kind of step back and I listen, which I know that I’ve heard you talk about a lot as well so that I can confidently speak about things. So I didn’t really understand a lot of the issues around Aboriginal rights here in Australia, I didn’t understand a lot of the history. I’ve got an Aboriginal woman in one of my groups, and she’s like a massive advocate. Continue reading “Well, you bring up this idea of what feels comfortable”