When I was seven or eight someone dear called me " stupid" . In seventh grade a teacher told me I will always be just a "B" student. In College, a professor told me I would never have nice handwriting. In a medical research lab I was told I should not seek academic employment. It wasn't my goal to prove these " intelligent" people wrong. It was my goal to empathze and then advocate for others who were told the same. To turn a negative into a positive and help others succeed.
I always beleved in myself and originally thought that was enough. But when I won a coveted medical research award, my life changed. I now knew I had things to share with the world. Looking back on my life, I have helped thousands of clients as a medical help giver, and even saved some lives. I have painted beautiful paintings that make people happy when they look at them. I have published books that help children succeed in school and I have even made movies that people have enjoyed watching. Now I just completed a non-fiction novel about following your dreams. Leaving Home, Going Home , Returning Home. With this book I really feel exalted in that I followed my dream to become an Author/Publisher.