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What Drives You & Taking Action?


It's always hard for me to leave my girls, especially if I know I won't see them for a couple of months. I've gotten used to it over the years, but I still leave with a lump in my throat. Not only because I miss them, but because I am so proud of who they've become.

It's no secret that I lost myself through the years and focused on them. While it's essential to focus on your children's future, there's more to living a well-rounded life. Directing my energy on my girls was more rewarding than facing the uncertainties I felt in other areas. You may have experienced this as well.

The pain and discomfort serve a purpose, and I have no regrets of what it took to get me here. Without it, I wouldn't have looked for another way or done what it takes to feel clear, confident, and excited about life at any age.

*The work is rediscovering your "why" rather than what you "want" to accomplish. I'm not talking surface levels wants and desires but rather the deep stuff that drives you to take action. * It's facing all that stuff that hurt you along the way that's holding you back and keeping you from being who you're supposed to be. It feels good to just let it go! * It's deciding that it's your time and doing what it takes to walk away from whatever you've outgrown or no longer serves you. *Finally, it's stepping into and becoming the next level version that you know you were meant to be.

This has enhanced every relationship in my life, way beyond what I ever thought possible. I still find great joy in being part of my daughter's lives, and I'm still sad to leave them, but I'm also excited for what I have in front of me.