While my man stirs my Aperol spritz by these Spanish steps, I’m stirred by this book once again…
“Once women have lost her [their wild woman] and then found her again, they will contend to keep her for good. Once they have regained her, they will fight and fight hard to keep her, for with her their creative lives blossom; their relationships gain meaning and depth and health; their cycles of sexuality, creativity, work and play are re-established; they are no longer marks for the predation of others; they are entitled equally under the laws of nature to grow and to thrive. Now their end-of-day fatigue comes from satisfying work and endeavors, not from being shut up in too small a mindset, job or relationship. They know instinctively when things must die and when things must live; they know how to walk away, they know how to stay.”
[Alongside, Nolan reads The First World War while Josh reads an article about a futuristic society. Here, there’s something for everyone.]
Enjoy your business, enjoy your life!
Life is good,
Couture Brand Creator & Success Coach
p.s. Calling all creative, wild women: to be sent information on our next round of the CEO Changemaker Mastermind (timing TBD in early 2018) where creativity, femininity and generosity play an integral part in growing your business-turned-movement, add your name and email address HERE. We’ll send you the information as soon as we have it!
p.p.s I can’t wait to keep sharing throughout my trip through Rome and various parts of Israel!