WHAT WOULD YOU TELL YOUR YOUNGER SELF?
If you could go back and advise your younger self, what would you say? What would you tell yourself to effectively plan for the future? What would you have done differently to maintain a healthy body, mind and soul? How would you have responded to the expectations of others that subconsiously defined who you are today? When would you have identified and eliminated those challenging relationships that shook your confidence or negatively impacted your life? Each day we deal with the present as a result of what we did in the past; reacting to our lives through trial and error rather than taking a proactive approach to creating a successful life. The knowledge that we have accumulated through experience, circumstance and the passing of time, has given us a perspective that could have informed our choices as young women. However, this knowledge is not unique to our own lives, the steps for financial indepedence, goal achievement, optimal health and positive relationships are true for all women. We cannot go back to our youth but what we can do is teach this knowledge to young women, to help them grab control of their lives, reach their full potential and become the successful women of tomorrow. With that in mind, I have created She Should Know™ to offer honest, simple and effective ways to transform the lives of women by covering all aspects of womanhood!
BETTER WOMEN = BETTER ROLE MODELS
Our paths are often different but the essence of the journey is usually the same: we are all trying to be happy, healthy and fulfilled, we all want the best for those around us and for our lives to have purpose. Some of the best advice I have ever received was from listening to other women talk about their experiences, circumstances and the lessons they learned. With this site, I offer you a forum to contribute your stories, discuss relevant issues, a resource for some of your concerns and the stories of other dynamic women. My goal is to bring us fresh perspective, a deeper understanding of our own paths and some new guidelines to help us along the way.