2. Who You Want to Be

Who You Want to Be

When I was in my teens and early twenties people would often ask me what I wanted to do but, at the time, I didn’t know. Not knowing what you want to do can be frustrating, but as Diane pointed out, knowing what you want to do isn’t always the most important thing. She acknowledged, “I always knew the woman I wanted to be.” Knowing who you are and who you want to be is incredibly valuable. It will help you stay true to yourself.

Be Yourself
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