I talked to you a couple of weeks ago about the importance of having a “why,” and encouraged you to identify your why. But that led one of my viewers to ask a great question. She wanted to know, what is my why?
Well, I definitely have a why, and it’s a powerful one that inspires every word I write.
So today, I want to introduce you to my why. It’s a very personal story about how I let fear and lack of knowledge paralyze me, until something changed that and led me to the work I do today.
So that’s my why. What’s yours? If you feel comfortable sharing your why with others, please leave a comment below. It might inspire someone else, and help lead them to their why.