In my 2018 vision plan, I decided that I was going to publish content with Forbes after I was reached out to from Forbes via my Linked In account. I have been creating content with Forbes since and enjoying the opportunity to share my knowledge on various topics around non-profit, leadership, management, and health as a purpose strategist.
In today’s visual display via social media, we often depict many people having success, whether in relationships, business, family, or the likes. What does it all really mean? You can allow it to mean what you want it to mean if it helps you get to where you want to go. You can create the secret sauce to your own success. You can combine the juices to become the alchemist. Many people have various new year goals at the top of the year. How many people do you see stick to them by month 2? month 3?
Keep going, do not give up! Reignite the fire within. I know it is in there. Feel the earth beneath you and stand your ground. Inhale the air created to give you life deeply. Allow the water to renew you for each moment to come as you build your legacy.
I think I was born in the salt water. It makes sense because I am a water zodiac sign. I love the water in every shape, fashion, and form, as long as it is clear ocean (“salt life”). Really? So how could I love every shape, fashion, and form of water? I though I did, until I moved to the states and pretended to swim like a mermaid in the pool and scraped the top of my face to the bottom of my face along the bottom of the pool. Yes, those were nasty scars for everlasting days. Every island person played the “mermaid” game growing up at the beach, but few played this game in the pool. Lesson surely learned.
I remember having countless meals of sand and believe that is how my teeth became so strong. Perhaps I will find some studies on that and get back to you. Those were the days. My early days on the beach of St. Croix when mom was alive. I miss her dearly and often feel she is with me spiritually. I used to think about what life would have been like if she were still alive. If breast cancer did not win that battle. Where do you think I would be if that were the case?