How many times has your heart been broken? Not just by the opposite sex. What about having your heart broken by your children, your boss, or by your dreams? When it comes to reaching for the moon we tend to hesitate, because we think that if we don’t make it we have failed. There are so many things that I have done or started to do that broke my heart. But I learned so much about who I am and what I am capable of getting done under pressure. Just because you fail at something does not mean that you are a failure. Failure teaches you what not to do and/or what needs to be done differently. Most of the time failure prepares the way for a smoother ride going forward. We allow others to break our hearts and we continue to survive, so why are we so afraid to be brave enough to break our own hearts?
When I did my book tour this year I was so psyched it was unbelievable. However, when I ended up visiting two states instead of four, I never considered it a failure. The knowledge, the exposure, and the momentum that I gained simply by having my name out there was indescribable. Now doors are opening for future collaborations in the year 2018. Remember, everything you go through is preparing you for now or later. No time is wasted if you look at life from a learning perspective and realize that things happen at the right time. In addition, I have people who have watched me grow over the years and are now asking me to speak. If you put in the work eventually you will reap the benefits. Patience and persistence will always create results.