It is not unusual for people to be excited to meet the new Australian Sports Council president, but there is one thing that has never really been an issue for most of his tenure.
There has never been a real question of the president being a sporty guy, as far as I can tell.
As a young person growing up in Sydney, I remember playing around with a few friends of mine who were interested in the AFL and the NRL and I think I was in the middle of a very competitive game and it was very exciting to play the sport.
So I had a few games with my mates and it just wasn’t as exciting as I had thought it would be.
So I was actually surprised at how much better it was than I had imagined.
But then when I started working for the organisation, I realised that I had to get to grips with how to interact with the sport in order to be a successful leader.
So there were certain things I realised in the early days of the job, but one of them was to try and be a bit more positive and friendly with people who were a bit less than a decade into the sport than me.
I think that is the biggest lesson I have learnt over the years, which is not to judge people for what they are going through, but to be more aware of where they are coming from.
I do think that I am a bit of a bit boring guy and it would have been really easy to get used to it, but I was never very comfortable with it because I was not very popular.
But as I got older and became more comfortable, I started getting to know the sport better, which I did by watching the AFL.
So my sense of what is exciting about the sport grew and I became more familiar with how it operates, how the competition works, how people play and the players who are involved in it.
The AFL’s relationship with the ABC was very much based on what I was comfortable with.
I have never had any issues with them, but it was always very much about the business side of things and how the game works.
In that sense, I feel like I have been treated quite well and it has not really been a problem for the majority of my time in that role.
The most difficult part of being an AFL president is getting to a place where you have people who are really passionate about the game, who love it and who have the ambition to bring it to the next level.
There are people who have gone through a lot in their careers and it is not a hard thing to do, but in some cases it is difficult to do and it takes a while to get people who will do it.
So it is really difficult to make a change in the organisation and the AFL is a brand that has always had that image.
It was very difficult to get that across.
The people that are now in the position of being the president are people I have grown up with and I have worked with who have been very passionate about it.
But there are a lot of people who just have a certain level of understanding of what the game is about and they can only see that through their own experience, so you have to make sure you make sure that people can connect with the game.
As an example, I think my first year in the job was when I was managing our club’s rugby league team, which was the first time that we had really got rugby league on the radar.
It was an amazing achievement and I had never really done that before.
Then, a few years later, we were at the finals of the Commonwealth Games, and it became apparent to me that the rugby league club was the one to do that, so I made that move and I felt like that was the right decision.
I remember the people who I was with at the time saying to me, “This is the best decision you ever made”.
It was a tough move but it is a really exciting thing to be in that position and to be part of the club.
I would say that the biggest thing I have learned from the job is that it is very difficult and it can take a while for people who come in who have no previous experience, to get the full picture of what it takes to run a business.
It is a difficult environment to work in and it does take time to understand what it means to run the business.
But once you understand what you are doing, you can do it and you will find the best staff and the best people.
If I could have just been a better mentor and mentor person, I would have made that transition a lot easier, because I could see the team from the outside and I could talk to them and understand what they were trying to achieve.
I did not think it would ever be easy.
But at the end of the day, I am very proud of the people I work with, the work that