Welcome to the last part of my own Motherhustler story! It has been fun sharing my journey to all of you and I wouldn't have it any other way.
I'm amazed by all your response and feedback about my life story. I'm glad it's inspiring you and giving you permission to take massive action regardless of what it is you've been aspiring to do.
Let's talk about part 6 of my story. So far, the last part of my lifetime, for now. I will not stop writing my own story and making it happen. I made a post today about the kind of work I am doing now is work that will live on beyond my lifetime. It's the kind of work that will only get started when I'm gone. A work that's barely scratching the surface when I die. My lifetime will merely be the foundation of this work because this work is larger than life itself!
Let's talk about my mid-life crisis at 35 years old. Most of my friends are at least 10 years older than me as I became a professional. I knew that if I wanted wisdom, I couldn't get it from the people my age or the people younger than me. I gravitated towards them because they I was attracted to their maturity and wisdom. One day some of them we're reading the book Half Time by Bob Buford. They never suggested it but I was like I want to read it. They said it's for people who are going through mid-life crisis.
Regardless, I grabbed the book anyways and what I learned was astounding. Listen to this episode because on this episode, I share what I learned from that book.
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