“What would you do if you knew you could not fail?”
When we were little girls, we dreamed about “being someone.”
We wanted to visit amazing places and do amazing things. Then, for most of us, life took over. Now, in our middle years, many of us feel like the comedienne Lily Tomlin, who once said, “I always wanted to be someone, but now I realize I needed to be more specific.”
As children, our spirit and sense of adventure was limitless. Then, over the years, we were guided by well-meaning parents and teachers into “useful” and "safe" careers. One bump at a time, we learned to be “more practical.”
Then, at puberty, our hormones led many of us into relationships and we started families. There's nothing “wrong” with this. Most of us love being a mum. It’s just that, for many of us, our other dreams were left on the back-burner.
The fact is our childhood dreams never die. As women in our middle years, we can still follow our passions. To do so, we must overcome our fears and ask ourselves.......