All too often, we stop short of our greatness and decide instead to blend with the crowd, lying to ourselves that we can accept personal mediocrity in exchange for “belonging.”
I am confident that as I move through the years, I am exactly where I'm supposed to be at all times, so long as choose to dance through life rather than sit it out.
The intellect, compassion, bravery and acceptance that we seek to find doesn't exist over some distant rainbow.
What good will come of you helping someone else if you yourself can't breathe?
When we are faced with major changes that disrupt the status quo, we could succumb to fear, bury our heads in denial, or wallow in the past-none of which is productive.
If you stay open to it, a rejection can be the redirection you need into a calling, a bright future that was truly meant for you.
Priestly's work ethic is one to be admired in real life. Clearly she didn't get to the top spot at Runway Magazine by being a shrinking violet.
Many times as a child, I was faced with the following questions from family, friends, and teachers: "So, what do you want to be when you grow up?" In and of itself, it's fair and harmless question. We all have hopes and dreams of contributing to society through our careers in some way, shape, or… Continue reading Identity and Purpose