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Inside Teaching : June 2010
www.atra.edu.au | email@example.com 20 QUESTIONS 33 with to read again in bed in the morning? Eat, Pray, Love, by Elizabeth Gilbert. Did your mum read to you? My mother didn't due to her work commitments and her role as a single parent. Can you recall the feeling of standing at the starting line of your first ever race, and has anything equalled it since? I'm thinking of the starting line of that famous Olympics final of the 400 metres in Sydney 2000. I was five years of age when Irana60metreraceatmy primary school in my birthplace of Mackay in Queensland and it was the first race I'd ever won. All I cared about after winning wasmysoreeyeasIhadrun into a fence on the way to the start of my race; however, winning races following this time became far more pleasurable and fulfilling beyond my wildest imagination. In short, though, nothing has equalled the first race I'd ever won. The way I was at the start line at the Sydney 2000 Olympics was focused to the point where I didn't even hear the crowd of 119,000 people surrounding me. There's a story about Lawrence Olivier cursing after delivering a perfect performance. When someone asked why he was unhappy, he replied it was because he didn't know how he'd