Note: The Inspired Woman Series features a snippet from the Legacy Letter of a contributor along with information about her and what she does.
Self-Esteem Expert + Life Coach
“Don’t let fear steal the joy and excitement of this amazing time in your life. There are a lot of “firsts” going on for you right now, and that can be a little scary. But that’s ok. Have fun, make mistakes, learn, and don’t take yourself so seriously. Cry when you need to and laugh when you want to; even if you’re the only one who thinks something is funny. Be angry when you’re angry. Just allow yourself to feel, breathe, and be 100% alive, no matter what people around you may think. You’re beautifully unique, and the world needs to see that. While everyone around you is busy pretending to be something that they’re not, your sincerity will be a huge breath of fresh air to so many people. The things you don’t like about yourself and the things that you feel are “strange” or “quirky” about your personality, body, and family are the things that make you so irreplaceable and extraordinary! Never be ashamed of who you are; you are a one of a kind masterpiece. And please remember this: You are an original so don’t waste anymore time trying to be a copy of your friends or family. Learn more about what makes you tick. What makes you happy? What makes you sad? Do the things you truly enjoy, even if you have to do them by yourself.”
BIO: Jennifer Sarpong is the founder and creator of the top-ranked website help-my-self-esteem.com.She is an author, life coach, social entrepreneur, and motivational speaker who touches hearts and changes lives internationally. Her style is engaging, thought-provoking and down-to-earth as she tackles the issues that keep people from being successful and discovering their true identity and worth. The goal of Jennifer’s life is simple — to lead, uplift, and inspire people to reach their full potential by using their God-given gifts and abilities to change their world. For more on Jennifer visit http://www.jennifersarpong.com.
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