When I grow up up

Whether your 13 or 30, you may not know what you want to be when you grow up.

When your young people often ask you…

“What do you want to be when you grow up.”

As a child you often respond with some superficial job role. For some it’s real, for others it’s just something to say.

As you get older, it can often feel like you’re still figuring it all out, but now it seems as if there’s this loaded pressure to have it all together. What’s your success story going to be?

What do you want to be? How do you want to live? How do you want to feel?

Are questions that should not been seen as separate entities, all three go hand in hand when thinking about our future.

When we think about where we see our selves in the future, we should also think about what kind of person we would hope and like to be at that stage in our life. As our character is ever changing.

Let go of thoughts and habits that do not serve you any good, make space for much better to come along and compliment your life, so that you can reach your fullest potential.

When I grow up I want to be a giver of strength, good vibes and a giver of love.

Anything else that follows is a bonus.

To me that is my success story.

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