My name is Kim Larochelle. I was born in beautiful Quebec City (Canada) in the early eighties as part of a loving and caring family. I am the youngest of three girls – much to the delight of my sisters who loved using me as their ‘doll’!
Moving on a ‘few’ years… I came to Australia on my own in 2003 to undertake postgraduate studies in international communication. I have loved this country – such a beautiful land of contrasts – from day one. I’ve seen lots of it.
In April 2011, I decided to go solo camping in Kosciuszko National Park for a week. It was a turning point for me. I used the trip as a time to reflect on my life – where I had been and what I wanted to accomplish. I came back to civilisation totally ‘zen’ (yes, running 21km in ‘altitude’ may have got to my head a little…).
Ever since this trip, I’ve taken time to think about my personal and professional development and about the footprint I want to leave in this world.
Where to start?
To understand what this blog is about, read my first post Going on a life adventure…
Photos on this blog
Many of the photos on this blog were taken with my trusty Canon 60D. To view more of my photos, check out my flickr page.
Why Lead Challenge Inspire?
My personal mission in life can be summarised by: to be the best I can be and lead, challenge and inspire. Therefore, my goal with this blog is to share with you the experiences, learnings and challenges I face during this adventure that is life. I hope to come across awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping and maybe life-changing experiences that will help me lead, challenge and inspire my own life, and, who knows, perhaps your life too (please forgive the touch of arrogance here!)…