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This Is My Story

I have done a lot of changing in the past 5 years. I needed to re-evaluate my spiritual way of life. I ended a 20 year abusive relationship and as a result was forced to close my 15 year career as a home-based business owner and move from the family home. Both of my children started college. I was 40 years old, single, living on my own for the first time in my life, and starting over with nothing. I was lost and scared.

For the first while I was just trying to exist, to keep a roof over the children and my head. I worked 3 jobs as a cook in local restaurants and diners. I had some wonderful friends that encouraged me and kept my spirits from sinking into despair. I knew that giving up wasn’t an option and I decided early on that I would not be the victim. I couldn’t help but wonder why this was all happening to me. I kept thinking there must be more. As I began to adjust to my new life and find a new routine and my broken heart began to heal I started to think about the future and where I might like to go with it. I wondered if maybe I was supposed to do something totally different than cooking or bookwork. I began to question and re-think all of the lies that I had come to believe. I started to believe that I really would make it, that I was ok and that I had a purpose and that I was worth it. The spark of hope was ignited in me and I began to dream again. This was NOT where I pictured myself at this stage of my life and I certainly had no intention of staying here. I have been asked by many people how I’ve managed, how I got through what I did. I have been told that I am strong. I always said that if sharing my story could help one person it was all worth going through. It’s time for me to share and I’m ready.

My Skill Sets

Then I was introduced to Life Leadership. I was instantly intrigued by the prospect of helping others. I wanted to make a difference. I jumped on board.
What I found was a group of positive people with similar goals. People that wanted to get out of debt, stay out of debt, and enjoy life. People that recognized that by applying a few simple principles over time can mean the difference between the upward curve of success and the downward spiral of negativity.
I don’t know about you but I’ve had enough negativity. I’m ready to move forward in my life. I’m ready to take control. I’m ready to begin my journey to be the best Jane I can be. Bring it on…

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Eyes Wide Open

By Jane | January 19, 2018

When you finally realize that your life is in your hands and you are in control, your eyes are wide open. You have the power to make choices and decisions for yourself and to embrace the abundance of your life. You know exactly where you are and exactly where you want to go. So go…

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Fact Friday

By Jane | January 19, 2018

This article is rather lengthy and somewhat deep but it was worth the read for me. Because we spend the most time with our immediate family members or significant others it is sometimes the very things that attracted us to them that becomes the biggest issue! Someone’s biggest weakness can also be their greatest strength.…

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Truth Talkin’ Thursday

By Jane | January 18, 2018

Jim and I share our truth about truth. Speaking your truth begins with knowing what your truth is. Truth isn’t a tangible black and white right or wrong set of rules and regulations. It is your understanding right now, and it changes as life unfolds.

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Word Crush Wednesday

By Jane | January 17, 2018

Owning the reality of our our truth is one of the most difficult tasks to remain on course with. We get sidetracked by the expectations of others and how we interpret them. You cannot own your truth if you do not first Think For Yourself and know what your truth IS!!! If you know your…

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Transformation Tuesday

By Jane | January 16, 2018

It’s eye opening and humbling to take a long, hard look at your life…especially if you are struggling with some challenges in your life. Taking the time to Think For Yourself creates the space to realize you have a choice and form solutions or options pertaining to your circumstances. My reality check saved my life.

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Take No Prisoners

By Jane | January 15, 2018

We can either be prisoners of the expectations of others or by our own thoughts and expectations. The best way to avoid this…Think For Yourself and release the hold that all that negativity has on you before it eats you alive.

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Music Crush Monday

By Jane | January 15, 2018

This week is all about releasing yourself from the prison of your own mind and imposing a reality check on yourself and the life you’re living. This song seemed appropriate. I had never heard it before but loving the lyrics. “Lower the bar…humiliation becomes routine…reality mentality…buyer beware …Did you look today? …you can’t look away…

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Fact Friday

By Jane | January 12, 2018

This article is a great read. 5 tips to stop playing The Blame Game and take responsibility for your own feelings. Tue bottom line is not that you are doing something right or wrong but that you realize you DO indeed have a choice in your own life. You have control over your thoughts and…

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Truth Talkin’ Thursday

By Jane | January 11, 2018

Teenage suicide is on the rise and has been for over 5 years. Have you ever stopped to ask yourself why??? At what point will you consider the truth in this statistic? Will you wait until you get the dreaded call or visit saying your child has taken his or her life? I am so…

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What Now?

By Jane | January 11, 2018

Where do you go after you play The Blame Game and finish Finger Pointing? What is the next course of action? Is there life after all that?? I’m living proof that there IS!! After all that…the best is yet to come.

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