Wendy Jenkins is a solution person. She has to be. In her mid-twenties, she was told she would be dead in two years, without a double-lung transplant. She was also told that new lungs might give her another five years (or so). Well, that was fourteen years and one transplant ago and despite living with sixty-two percent lung capacity, a shortened life-expectancy, perpetual shortness of breath, multiple issues with anxiety, depression, PTSD and a host of other medical challenges, Wendy is still laughing, learning and living and these days, she works with individuals, teams and organisations, helping them to help themselves. This was one of those perspective-giving chats. It was also funny and uplifting, especially the Viagra story. Enjoy.