“During this time, I proved to myself that I was as good as other authors who had achieved the same stature. But I quickly learned that my outer accomplishments were not the issue and never had been. This journey into uncharted waters wasn’t about financial gain, accolades, or any other type of outer acceptance—although I achieved all of those too. I thought I was manifesting a different reality, one that was more authentic to who I was or wanted to be. But the more I settled into my new situation, the more my spirit became restless. My small self wasn’t any more certain or safe. Something had to change, and that something was me.”

Colette Baron Reid, Uncharted: The Journey Through Uncertainty to Infinite Possibility
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