One of the most thrilling, creatively energising, and empowering truths are that we get to choose the kind of woman we want to be. And we can tune into her at ANY time. And this starts with the ultimate question;
What Kind of Woman do You Want to Be?
Throughout my life – especially since I moved to the UK in 2008, I have constantly examined, reinvented, and built myself into a woman I am incredibly proud of (if I can say so myself!). And to be honest with you; it was far from easy and it is a lifelong and ongoing process.
Living the vision of our highest self, the “who” we want to be, is not impossible to achieve. In fact, you can be that person today if you first take a moment to step back and sketch out a character study for the “who” you want to be.
It all starts with Self-Awareness. Self-Awareness happens through reflection. You can have numerous experiences in your life but still lack self-awareness. You need to take the time to step outside of your experiences and reflect on them. The key areas for self-awareness include our personality traits, personal values, emotions, habits, and psychological needs that motivate our behaviours.
This book focuses on discovering the woman you want to be – SIMPLE! It is an all-encompassing workbook that addresses talents, qualities, values, perception, and self-reflection. You see, self-awareness and/or self-discovery is about knowing and understanding:
- your beliefs and principles
- what you value and what is important to you
- what motivates you
- your own emotions
- your thinking patterns
- your tendencies to react to certain situations
- what you want out of life
‘The Woman I want to Be’ is all about getting you thinking about your personal development plan. No matter where you are in life, it’s always helpful to revisit the vision of Who you are? Where in your life are you right now in comparison to where you want to be? Where in your life can you upgrade? What is your life can you release and let go of?
“Our choices shape who we are and whom we will become.”
ISBN NUMBER: 978-1-64970-692-8