Who were you meant to be? I’m not asking who your parents wanted you to be, or what your husband thinks you should be. I’m asking you who you were meant to be.

It took me until well into my third age to discover who I am meant to be, so I’m very qualified to answer this question. I tried a variety of occupations and lifestyles. In my younger days I often half-joked that someday I would find the occupation that would use all of the skills I was acquiring in my various vocations.

At that time it was more of a hope. I didn’t quite believe that I would someday find the really right profession that would use all my knowledge and skills. Now that I know, it seems very clear that I was leading up to this point inevitably.

My passionate mission now is to help other women discover who they were meant to be. I mean, come out of the shadows and blossom. Conquer the fears, roadblocks and circumstances that keep you stuck in a rut. It’s a comfortable rut to be sure, but it’s not who you were meant to be.

Enough of “I’m just a housewife”, or it’s “just a job”. What really lights your fire? What makes you feel alive? Is it singing? Painting or drawing? Helping others? Ask yourself how you could feel more alive, more fulfilled, or more useful? What could you contribute if you stretched yourself just a bit more?

The full story of how I arrived at my true calling is found in my Kindle book Never Too Late to Bloom: Becoming the Woman You Were Meant to Be.

The book also gives you a detailed recipe for finding your own path. It’s never too late to become who you were meant to be.

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Never Too Late To Bloom

Never Too Late To Bloom