Finding Me… Are you at a crossroads and are ready to discover who you are, who you want to be?

I have always wanted to write.  Now that I finally have the time and a new blog, it feels a little scary.  

What would I write about?  What would people think about it?  What if no one reads it?  What if…

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Well, that began a long list of topics to cover; beginning with the blog post written about worrying what others think (I clearly needed that one).  I felt like I was weaving down a path without a clear purpose.  I didn’t know where I even wanted the path to lead.  But that’s okay – all I have to do is tie it altogether!

I then clearly saw that this feeling was exactly the feeling I was having in my personal life.  

Time to clarify my own path.  I had so many plans stored up in my head that I didn’t even know which ones I really wanted to pursue.  Did I really want to do any of them?  Were they on track with what I wanted to do with my life?

That began a flood of worry, anxiety and confusion.  Who am I?  What did I want to do with the rest of my life?  What makes me happy?  How can I create the abundance I used to have?  Where can I meet new people?  How do I keep myself active?  Where do I get the training I need for my business and my blog?  How do I avoid isolation? How do I take advantage of social media?  How do I get customers to my business?

Finding me…

So, this blog is my journey to finding myself, my real self!  What do I want in my life?  How do I want to feel?  What do I want to accomplish?  How do I want to spend my time?  How do I learn new things and keep up with the world around me?  How do I get active?

Creating the process…

I am in my early 60’s.  It is the perfect time to create the best version of me.  There is so much to do.  Time to go back to square one.  This time I am writing about the process, as I discover the tools.  My hope  is that it will help others that are going through something similar.  I don’t think age matters much – the process is the same.

I spent over 40 years in human resources and learned alot about communication, different ways of thinking, seeing people’s potential, looking at our uniqueness as something good.  I was a single parent for most of my children’s life and boy, did I learn a lot from that! I learned how to move from poverty to six figures! So, it is time to re-visit all that I have learned and put it to good use.  There’s no time like now.

This is my adventure.  I hope you can find some helpful hints along my journey, share your stories with me and others, and live to love your authentic self!

 

Deborah

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