This Yung Pueblo quote I shared at the March launch event for my non-profit project, SeekHer Foundation, beautifully captured what it represented - a woman's rise & resilience to redefine womanhood on her own terms.
We all experience roadblocks from time to time. Something that puts us in a holding pattern because there’s a belief we’re missing something, or lacking some crucial piece of knowledge before we can move forward.
"Your purpose is not to be the hero of the story, it's to help others be the hero in theirs." I got the goosies last month when the keynote speaker Liz Bohannon at the Yellow Conference shared this beautiful sentiment.
The other day, I was chatting with a newer entrepreneur. She explained how she had been trying to put herself out there in the online world, and found herself frequently in the company of other peers who were doing similar work and approached health & wellness from the same lens.
"You seem like a totally different person coming back,” said my husband after I returned from the Yellow Conference, a gathering of entrepreneurs who are making their most meaningful impact for the good of the world.