I have always been infatuated with people because I truly wanted to be like most of them. When I was growing up, I felt like I had this huge personality that was put into a closet never to see the light of day. As I grew older, experienced life, became irresponsible, and then responsible, then irresponsible and responsible all over again I became obsessed with living life based on the principles of the Law of Attraction – basically, if I put out good into the world, good would come sprinting right back to me. It turns out, this is a pretty wholesome way to live life. However, I am “spirited” in the sense that I am sort of a pain in the ass but I am a devoted wife and friend. Like my sisterinlaw told me, “It’s like you’re here to help but you’re going to be a pain in the ass while you’re doing it…tough love.”
I married young by choice (surprisingly not by an accidental pregnancy) and with every year since my wedding, I have these never ending desires to help people. I am uneducated but what I lack in education I make up for with life experiences. Call me street smart. Say I’ve got common sense. What is obvious to me is that I was called to help people, to coach people, to make people realize they can live life to the fullest and that when they do – they become a much better person to be around. Better lovers, better mothers, better friends.
It wasn’t until I joined this thing called a “challenge group” and began exercising daily, eating clean, and committing to daily personal development, did I discover just exactly how I personally could help people. Well, I’m good at talking about nothing. Gary Vaynerchuk always says to figure out what you’re good at and “do that”. So, here I am. I’m good at making mistakes, observing mistakes of others, and learning from them. I’m a damn good wife, a mediocre mother, and an extremely loyal friend (in that order!). I’m a survivor of a crappy childhood but the difference is, instead of crying about it, I’ve chosen to learn lessons and be stronger because of it.
I’m searching for women to help jumpstart their positive life. Turn Negative Nancy into Prancing Polly, if you will.