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"Great works are performed not by strength but by perseverance."

-Samuel Johnson

This quote is so inspiring, it confirms that there's no special recipe to success; and it affirms weak moments are okay as long as you push through them.

The climb is not so much about the top of the mountain as it is about the scenery and experiences you collect on your way up.

In my life, as well as the live's of close family and friends... I noticed something about success.

It was always when they were on their last leg, doubt was running rampant, and the journey seemed obnoxiously extended that their "Aha" moment appeared!

Whether it was a winning concept, the decision to change the direction of their path, or to postpone a few things.. I observed those were the moments that were the catapult for greatness.

Vision + Effort + Doubt + Sacrifice + More Doubt + Perseverance.. I'm convinced that's the recipe to greatness. Greatness has quite a bit of doubt in it's proverbial melting pot.

Our biggest mistake would be to believe our journey's are to be without flaw or upset.. as with any other road-trip, there's a need to stop for food, gas, and rest.

Why are we to think our purpose journey is any different?

On the journey to our purpose, our spirit will growl, we will hastily feed the void and run into a bit of turbulence, we will make a ton of pitstops to refill on encouragement and support. We will grow weary and need moments of space and rest..

All of this is necessary and irrelevant as long as we persevere... as long as we keep going!

"Don't stop, get it, get it!"

It is a focal point of our movement to empower others, especially women. We invite you back this same time next week to see what topic we'll be highlighting for the week!

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