“So, without much of a fight at all…I believed them, and I dropped art–and I remember many times that I called my mom crying those first years of college, because it all felt wrong and I felt so lost. But it never occurred to me or anyone else why. In the next years, I struggled with deep regret, and unforgiveness over myself. The should haves, why didn’t I, if only… I was ashamed of myself, actually, for discarding me so easily. I was mad at myself for trying to fit into jobs and degrees that weren’t my gifts. And as a bold child and a bold young adult, it was literally shocking to realize that I talked myself out of myself.”
ABOUT THIS SPEAKER
Jeanne Oliver has been told many times that she should focus on “just one thing”. Luckily she doesn’t listen, instead choosing to fill her life with all her passions – family, art, decorating, and fashion. She loves connecting with women and believes that each of us was made to create.
You can learn more about Jeanne, and all the amazing stuff she does, on her website.