“The only thing standing between you and your goal is the bullshit story you keep telling yourself as to why you can’t achieve it.” – Jordan Belfort
I received a book for my 25th birthday that talks about our gifts. Our God-given gifts that should be shared. It mentioned in the opening chapter how we never truly feel fulfilled unless we nurture our gifts and how doing so is the key to abundance, opportunity, health and wealth.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve had the gift of gab. I would feel inspired easily and often and would achieve these tiny moments of enlightenment from things as small as a quick conversation with a stranger, to gazing at the stars in the sky. I’ve always had a natural ingenuity with words and after 25 years, I’m confident in saying that my gift is to make people think.
The B Werd has been a thought in my head for years now and if I could’ve snapped my fingers and had the entire thing rolling, I would’ve done it long ago. Expression for me is something I’m tied to and I hope that my words turn on a tiny light bulb in your head to spark a thought, experience or change.
I’m undeniably a fan of women like myself. Women who are driven, outspoken, and experienced. Women who trust themselves and are confident in who they are. Those are the kind of women that The B Werd is for. The things you’ll read about over the course of this blog will highlight all the other B-words that women exude – such as beautiful, benevolent, brave and bold.
Over the course of the last couple of years I’ve experienced what has finally felt like “real life” for me. That included a series of accomplishments such as graduating and starting my career, some lessons in love and relationships, unforgettable adventures and a boundless admiration for the young woman that I’ve become. Inevitably, with all things new and exciting in my life, I still housed a feeling of dissatisfaction. What was I missing? Well, I wasn’t utilizing my gift.
So with that being said ladies, let’s talk.