Posts Tagged ‘a womans worth’
I hope you take the time to watch this video, it is my personal plea to all of us..
Today is the birthdate of Martin Luther King Jr. If ever there was a person that believes in his dream, “I have a dream” it was he.
If ever there was a man who could not, would not,take any other path toward equality it was him.
Today I am inspired to continue with my dream of teaching a million women how to make a million dollars by turning their passion into profit. No over night gimmicks, no make money fast shtick. This is a program that will challenge your beliefs, turn you upside down and inside out and give you the opportunity, finally,to live a truthful life.
Today, as I remember the great and never failing Martin Luther King Jr, I give thanks for his tenacity, his persistence, his commitment to his bigger picture and I am pressed to move on despite all the naysayers and non believers.
I too have adream…I wish for all women to be empowered, to be equal, to be included in the financial conversations around the world. Money is power, no doubt, let’s take it back…
A direct quote from A Woman’s Worth by Marianne Williamson, page 121, the Castle Walls…”Here’s a magical secret we all need to know. People change. No one is stuck who chooses not to be. No one is without infinite potential for a radical turnaround from all this is unconscious and fearful and wak to all this is conscious and loving and strong. never think you know someone inside and out, because unless your knowingness includes all the possibilities for magnificence that lie latent within that person, you know relatively little..”
A magical secret! We do need to know this and then, once we know this, it would behoove us to let it soak into our skin, into our pores, breathe it in deeply and then hold it within us, soaking every cell into a place of possibility. I meet so many people who say that they can’t change, they are too old, their partner/friend/lover/parent/sibling/employer/mate (whatever) would not approve. Know what I say to that? So what? Who cares? What gave them the right to put their needs before yours? What gave you the right to think you are less important than they? Seriously, think about that for a minute: what makes your needs/wants/desires less important than somebody else’s?
If you want something with all your heart, if you want something so deeply you will regret not having fulfilled this dream before you die, if you want something that calls to your soul and you don’t go after it because you believe you can’t change: think again. I challenge you to take one step, a baby step, toward that shift and then another and then another until those baby steps have turned into the journey of a lifetime!
As Gandhi is so oft quoted as saying “Be the change you wish to see in the world”
Living la vida fearless, Jan