When I first met Catherine Moolenschot I was in awe of her. Catherine authored her first book at 13 years old. Subsequently, she has written two more and has another one in the works. Oh. And Catherine’s 21 (for a few more days)!
Yes. Twenty-one years old!
She’s a remarkable woman. She’s an accomplished speaker, having spoken on both the TEDxMelbourne and the TEDxYouth stages, among many others. Catherine seeks opportunities to share her stories, experience and to support our youth to be the greatest versions of themselves.
Catherine is full of energy, passion and drive. You’ve been warned: she’s delightfully contagious!
In this interview, you’ll learn and be inspired by:
- Who Catherine is and how her quiet deeper side was first identified
- What it means to be a “Steiner Kid’ and how it established a strong foundation in the adult Catherine is
- How education today treats children like numbers and how it is missing vital elements of personal and entrepreneurial development
- How her involvement in Limitless Camps is beginning to shape the change she wishes to see in the world
- How failure made her successful
- The challenge I set Catherine to accomplish by the end of the year
- Who is educating and inspiring her inner mentor at the moment
Links to things we discuss:
- Catherine’s business: Inspire Greatness
- Catherine on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn
- Limitless Camps for Youth
P.s. We’re aware the interview quality isn’t the greatest. I didn’t have Junel on the team when I recorded this interview. Stick with us. We’re getting better and better each week!
“I’m fascinated about life and the way life is,
that we grow from the suffering and we learn from the failure.”