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Oh, I love reading blogs and I love the idea of touring the ‘virtual world’ it makes life adventurous and I get to meet all kinds of peeps I wouldn’t meet if I didn’t live this virtual kind of journey.
I met Michelle and Jessica via my virtual journeys and wanted to play the game they offered: The Declaration Of You.
It’s one of introspection and self-questioning.
I think it’s good to ask things of yourself like, what am I here to offer, how am I making a difference, and what does life mean for me…
This could get boiled down into one word: Success.
And more meaningful, what does success mean to me.
This is my declaration of my success:
This morning I wake up and I can’t wait to get out of bed and share my vision and inspiration with the world.
I have early meetings and appointments booked with educators excited to have me share ‘inside out self-defense’ with the girls in their school.
My inbox is filled with gratitude letters of change, and magical shifts since I visited their institution. I respond to them all.
Some of my day surrounds contracting meetings and presentations to share my message of self-defense through self-love.
On this day 1500 girls visit my website iaminitiative.com to get great music, support, and advice on how to live their own ‘iam’ and be the best version of themselves.
Every girl who is suffering and writes in gets a response and a heartfelt cheer to carry on her own unique way of being in the world.
In the afternoon I present to a room full of girls and teach them the power of ‘i am’, I hand out stickers, I interact and share with them.
One girl shares her story of struggle with me and I hug her knowing she is ‘every girl’ and I give her all of my love.
20 years later she approaches me at an event and says ” that day changed my life.”
I know that in that moment with that one girl, my purpose was fulfilled.
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