Man: I have in the studio with me today Olivia Peyton,
who set up the Pacific Bar & Grill with her brother Tom in 1994, when she was 30.
1994年，她和她哥哥汤姆开了一家名叫Pacific Bar & Grill的餐厅，那时她30岁。
They now have a restaurant chain with a ￡20 million turnover.
Olivia, what gave you the drive to achieve so much at such a young age?
Woman: Well, our parents taught us the important lesson that you should never be afraid of failure.
But really, it was when we moved to England from Australia when I was a teenager.
I felt like an outsider, because of my accent and interests,
so that gave me a strong desire to do better at school than those who'd always lived here.
I felt the need to be educated. I was more likely to take chances ...
Man: You didn't study catering at university though, did you?
Woman: No. I'd never thought of that as a career. I studied English Literature.
My parents tried to persuade me to take up a career in finance - my best exam results at school were in Maths.
So they were disappointed when I did Literature ... but I wanted to be a writer regardless of whether I could write!
I didn't do fantastically well in my degree, though.