As legendary actress Audrey Hepburn said: “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible!’”
What is your breakthrough role? Born in Belgium, Audrey Hepburn experienced a lot of suffering at a young age including seeing family members shot for resisting the Nazi occupation during World War II. She trained as a ballet dancer in the Netherlands and used performances as a cover to support the Dutch resistance. Less shapely than the Hollywood sex symbols of the time, she embraced her unique look and broke out of her introverted nature as Gigi on Broadway and in classic films such as Funny Face, Roman Holiday, Nun’s Story and Breakfast at Tiffany’s–becoming one of the few actresses to win an Emmy, Tony, Grammy, and Academy Award. She felt that all people should have the tools to reach their full potential which led to her greatest role as humanitarian working with UNICEF. In the spirit of Audrey Hepburn, believe in possibilities. Regardless of your backstory, seize the opportunities in front of you. Instead of chasing trends, cherish your individuality and create your own style. Most of all, take risks and do your thing.
Until next time, remember–it’s your divine life, live it to the fullest. The power is in your hands!
With Purpose & Power,
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