Even though it pains me to say it, I guess I would be now considered an older woman – IF we look ONLY at chronological age... Should I be having regrets?
As a self-employed ‘woman on a mission’ the questions the video raised in me were things like, “Are they right?” “Do I think like them now?", "Will I feel the same in the future?”
All fifteen of us are 'business women on a mission' and it struck me, as I looked around the room, that we were all there because we are aiming to make a positive difference to others in whatever way we can; to make the most of the talents we have and to learn more about ourselves as we do so.
The other wonderful ladies think very similarly to me – they’re friendly, supportive, fun and open to new ways to make their business more effective, and able to reach more people in order to provide the most valuable service possible.
“I lived my life the best way I could.
My intention was always to provide the best service I could, for as many people as possible, and I learnt so much along the way.
I developed great personal friendships with people I met in business and we worked with honesty, integrity, and love for the people we served.
We all ‘played’ in our businesses, we were adaptable, we had fun and I wouldn't have missed it for the world.
I achieved more when I allowed my life to flow, when I allowed myself to 'be' and let my Soul guide me.
Some things worked better than others, sometimes adaptations needed to be made to bring me back on track on my journey.
I embraced new technologies, continued to learn new ways of doing business, and learnt from others.
Best of all - I surrounded myself with people who encouraged me to be the best I could be.”
If you’re not – CHANGE what needs to be changed, as soon as you can, and increase that which you are enjoying.
Your life journey is yours… yours alone… please make the most of it!