Some Deep Inspiration To Stay True To Yourself & Your Dreams!

Oct 30, 2013 | Prosperity

personal growth

When you can divorce yourself from other people’s expectations, turn off the noise in your head and connect to your truth…what do you really want to do with your time on this planet, this time around?

I suggest you don’t waste it.

While I wasn’t prepared to cry sitting in a public place, while I wasn’t really expecting to have by breath taken away, I am so glad I turned on J.K. Rowling’s Harvard Commencement Speech.  After I cried, after a million light bulbs went off in my head, I knew you’d likely love to see it if you haven’t already.

When I want direction, I turn to people who live it and have done it. She truly has. I will never look at the idea of failure the same way again.

xoxo Dana

4 Comments

  1. Jeanne

    What a great post! I watched the whole thing and it’s what I really needed today. She is a wise lady for someone so young. Having been in a similar spot as she was, it reaffirms that I am on the right path moving forward as I rebuild my life with my children. It is truly a blessing to have friends in good times and painful ones. Guess I need to finish the book I keep saying I will write…. Thx again for the post!!!

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    • danaclaudat

      Thank you!!! & yes… you might as well finish that book of yours!!! xoxo

      Reply
  2. Ken

    This is exellent video. Her words hold such high vibration and truth. She is great
    and wise. Failure is ok, just make sure to fail fast, learn from it and move forward.
    Slow living…one step at a time.
    Thank you Dana!
    May the slow living vibe be with you!
    Peace, love and slow living xxxKen

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