First, I want to thank you so very much for your response to my last blog post on the Space Between. I was so touched by your stories, comments, and the hardships you’ve all endured over the last few years. Hard things. The hardest things.
I always knew I was surrounded by a community of Wonder Women, and now I know for sure that I am. We are all so much stronger than we know and more powerful than ever imagined. Sometimes stronger than we want to be. And it seems that maybe I really did get a few of you thinking about how you would like to spend your second half.
I kept hearing my words back to me…you want to “kick ass in your second half” too.
Earlier this year I was struggling with my own thoughts on how I wanted to move forward over the next decade and Rob put me on the spot and asked me, “What do you want to do?” The tone in his voice was - Don’t think about it, don’t polish it, GO! What is it that sets you on fire? And quickly I responded, “I want to help women kick ass in the second half!” There you have it. It wasn’t polished. It wasn’t what I thought I should do. It was what was in there, waiting.
What that also means is this isn’t for everyone. In fact, I made a few notes to describe the women it is for…
So basically, I just described myself. Does it sound familiar?
I’d love to hear your comments. Do any of these points hit you? What would you add? What would you take away?
As you can tell I’m already working on this project and starting to change the look of this space. I’d love to have your input and thoughts.
I have a post for you tomorrow that I hope really hits home. It did for me. I found an email on my computer that I had saved and when I found it about a year later and read it, I had to change the way I looked at my body forever.
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Happy Hump Day!
Jen Mulford is an entrepreneur, speaker, author and champion for personal freedom.