I’m thrilled we found each other.
I’m a living example that it’s perfectly acceptable to define ourselves through our own beliefs, as long as we are living consciously, within our integrity and with a whole bucket-load of faith. Not the religious kind, but Focus, Acceptance, Intention, Trust and Happiness.
Ephineah is a novel by Jodene Shaer and tells the story of Shavon who, at the peak of her career as a cutthroat political journalist, is struck by an illness which is a mystery to the medical profession and herself. Instead of embracing her mid-thirties, she suffers from a heart attack and is booked off for indefinite rest and recovery, while her doctors attempt to diagnose the combination of seemingly non-related ailments.
Finding herself creating a temporary home at her wealthy cousin’s holiday apartment in a small seaside town, Shavon meets with a little girl who is filled with confidence and wisdom beyond her years and whimsically draws Shavon into her family. With little success from conventional medicine and her body raging against her, she unexpectedly finds herself entwined in the lives of the Briar’s and on a mystical journey of emotional and physical healing, which spans lifetimes.
I started telling my story when I was broken into a million pieces. This was way before blogs, as far back as 2004, and I still tell my story, in the midst of never-ending life lessons because we are never done learning and we shouldn’t be aiming for that.
Through my writing & public speaking, I proudly stand up and say that I prefer the unconventional approach to business and life. I believe the key to success and happiness are the same thing, feeling our fears and facing our shadow, because that is the direction where our true happiness lies.
My success story isn’t laced with affirmations and mantras and it’s not a step-by-step system that is incorporated into your day-to-day living. My story is about setting our heart’s compass to happiness, having faith in the journey and learning to take each step with integrity.
I am a living example that it’s perfectly acceptable to define ourselves through our own beliefs, as long as we are living consciously, within our integrity and with a whole bucket-load of faith. Not the religious kind, but Focus, Acceptance, Intention, Trust and Happiness. You see what I did there, right?
From my home in the bustling city of Johannesburg, South Africa, I have extended my message to every corner of the world through my companies and projects: Lifeology, Chat Factory, and ‘Project Me’.