Of course, I’m not a turtle. That’s totally obvious. So why would I say that? Because, sometimes,...
“If you do follow your bliss you put yourself on a kind of track that has been there all the...
Do you ask for what you want? In business? In your friendships? Partnerships? Even with your children? Many people, especially women, hesitate to really ask for what they want, honestly and openly. Why? Because it’s often perceived or labeled as being “selfish”, “demanding”, or, if you are a woman, “aggressive”.
Freedom is one of the most powerful and fulfilling values that we can hold. I was reminded – again – of the power and value of freedom on a recent trip to the D-Day beaches and sites in Normandy, France. Visiting Normandy is a moving and awe-inspiring experience – one I highly recommend for everyone. The bravery and sacrifices made that day (and in the days surrounding it) remind us of the price of our freedom, and the need to commit to it and preserve it.
And, it’s why I left my corporate job and created TRANSCENDENCE: Living a Life of Meaning. Not only do I want to make a difference, make a bigger contribution myself, but I am passionate about helping other people do that too, especially women leaders.
Today, I want to tackle the second part of my company name: Living a Life of Meaning. First, it doesn’t mean that my clients and future clients don’t have meaning in their lives now. We all have meaning in our lives, Of course, we do. Our lives are shaped by meaningful relationships: parents, spouses, children, and friends. Our lives can also gain meaning through charitable work or our jobs and careers.