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, β€œI 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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