I’ve spent this week saying aloud all the unexpected ways that entrepreneurship has been a journey of personal growth.
There’s ONE more I have to acknowledge…
I always felt a little bit like a black sheep growing up. (you too?)
My dreams were too big.
My ambitions too ambitious.
My creativity labelled a liability.
My emotions, sensitivity and craving for depth…too intense. Too weird.
So I did what any teen would do.
I dimmed my light.
I said/did/dressed the way I had to in order to fit in.
I hid. And kept my dreams to myself.
Hiding became a habit.
Everywhere I looked didn’t see anyone like me…until I started Heartlines.
Until I found fellow entrepreneurs - clients and colleagues in groups and courses.
They had big dreams too. And bigger ambitions. They were learning, like me, to reveal themselves and OWN who they are.
I was no longer that weird black sheep that never fit in anywhere.
Too all the woman who have a worked with me, shown up for me, supported me and my wild dreams over the years…
You inspire more than I can express. You’ve taught me that we rise together, that competition is an illusion and that chasing big dreams is worth it. Fucking hard but worth it.