I am inspired by the story of a Greek woman called Lydia of Thyatira. She was a reputable businesswoman from the 1st century AD, trading in purple dyes and cloths. It is said that she owned a home of her own, unlike most women in those times, and was able to care well for her household. She is believed to have been kind and hospitable; her trade in purple goods enabling her to provide food and lodging for those in need. Amidst her professional interests and obligations, she purposefully and diligently prioritised her own emotional and spiritual well-being, and that of the people closest to her. Her success in business benefited not only herself, but also served a larger purpose in the community.
It is my belief that, just like Lydia of Thyatira, every woman can excel in her career and personal life. By using your unique combination of personality traits, skills, talents, and circumstances, you are able to bring out the best in yourself and those around you. It is not about living a perfect life, but an intentional one. I would love to support you in making purpose-driven progress, both professionally and personally.