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LEGENDS OF THE FALL

Updated: Jan 3

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By definition a legend is a traditional story sometimes popularly

regarded as historical but unauthenticated. The truth is we all have a story – events and lessons that have shaped us right down to this very second. We are historic beings creating and developing our legacies every day. My only issue is that by definition the stories we create are unauthenticated. So not true! We are all validated because we are all here!


So what will you do about this knowledge – this power – this truth? Will you recognize and honor this fact through action? As a woman, you must get out of your own head and just start doing whatever it is that truly defines YOU! Every new season is an opportunity for change. Fall begins this Thursday the 22nd of September. Use this season of change to ask yourself…Who am I? Am I fulfilling my purpose? If you feel you can’t answer those 2 questions immediately, I would like for you to do the following 4 things:

  1. Sit alone and quietly ask yourself the first question again…Who am I? In your head begin listing every obvious role you currently hold. For example, you may be a wife, or a mother. While those roles are significant they do not necessarily define your purpose ultimately. Who is the YOU behind your name if you were not a mom or a wife? Are you a loving person? Are you considerate of others? Are you at peace with your behavior? Do you choose to hate or to love? Do you build up or destroy? The beauty is it’s never too late to change for the better at any time. Who you are relates to your qualities. What you choose to do with your life relates to your purpose. Address the 2 questions and sit in silence until your voice is heard.

  2. Don’t be ashamed of the fact that you have personal dreams and goals. You deserve to live in purpose just like everyone else. Let guilt and shame go! You are good enough and you are enough. Focus on the impression you want to have for yourself and for others.

  3. Ask questions, call agencies and/or support groups that will allow you to either observe others working in your area of interest or will allow you to volunteer. Meet no strangers and lose all naysayers.

  4. Google and research your interests through books.

I know you’ve heard all of this before. This time…listen. You’ve got this. Be good!


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