Last week we heard Wayne Schwass talked about how manning up now means to put your hand up.
The narrative has changed. We have a bigger platform to distribute our thoughts and feelings towards one another.
In the context of footy, we all analyse and project our views about players, administrators and other fans.
We're in the early phases of understanding how much impact we actually have with these words.
With a big enough sample size we now understand how much words can affect varying individuals.
At some point we are going to need to stop blaming others and start taking accountability for ourselves.
The message from this is one that will hopefully allow you to feel comfort in reaching out to do the following:
- Take a moment to audit how you feel about yourself
- Reach out to your inner circle and allow yourself to be vulnerable
- Evolve to be the next best version of yourself
Don't wait until #WorldMentalHealthDay - let's talk today 💙
Our resident play-by-play caller for the Northern Blues games joins me for an episode of Carlton People
Paul has a beacon of Carlton knowledge and shares some of his favourite memories that you will be able to relate to.
Spent some time with our new recruit Matthew Owies chatting about all things footy, basketball and life.
He’s a very driven young man who accepts every challenge that life puts in front of him.
Thanks to our beloved Carlton Football Club for having me
A little sunburn didn't stop me from enjoying our last hitout before season 2019 commences.
It was a great day and irrespective of the result, I left feeling like we are well prepared for a season of improvement.
What did you think about the game?
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