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Hope Erhunmwunse: A Purposeful Life Means More Than Merely Seeking Adventure and Pleasure

Hope Erhunmwunse Hope Erhunmwunse is a graduate of Statistics from Auchi Polytechnic. She is an Inspirational Speaker, a Mindset and Self Awareness Coach and a Talk Show Host.  Hope has interviewed young women from Nigeria, USA, the U.K, and  Japan since she began the initiative. In this Interview, Hope shares the story of impacting her community, a life of purpose and her advice for young women. Tell us about yourself  I am the founder of the Amazon Lady Network , an NGO I started in 2020 aimed at equipping young women with tools for personal development and self awareness.  I am also the founder and host of the " The Talk With Hope" show. It's a platform where I  interview guests from around the world.  My audience gets motivated and educated as guests share lessons from their journeys and their success stories.  I am very passionate about helping young people transcend beyond their limiting beliefs and fears to unleash their true potentials. What Challenges did you en

From Toilet Cleaner to Aerospace Flight Director: Diana Trujilo's Career Milestone Shows That No Matter Your Background, It is Possible To Achieve Your Dreams!

Diana Trujilo via People.com Diana Trujilo a Latino was born and raised in Colombia. When she was younger, her country was saturated in violence. To escape from all the instability in her environment, Diana used to lay down on the grass looking up at the night sky and stars. She called this ritual "her safe place" from all the horrors. Looking at the stars, she always thought: 'Something has to be out there that's better than this'. Little did Diana know that this was her dream calling as she went on to become an Aerospace Engineer.  How did it happen? At 17, Diana left her home country for Miami in the United States of America with only $300 and no knowledge of the English language. She took up menial jobs like cleaning of toilets to see herself through school and make ends meet. "I didn't see it as, 'I can't believe I'm doing this job at night,' or 'I can't believe that I'm cleaning. I can't believe that I'm

Adanma Ohakim Okarofor: I Left My Corporate Job To Raise My Kids.

Adanma via Instagram  For many, motherhood may seem as a roadblock to continue in the pursuit of their ambitions in life. But the story of Adanma will make you think differently.  "I left my corporate job to raise my kids and Quite frankly, it wasn’t by choice. I was unlucky with finding good help" says Adanma Ohakim Okarofor.  Adanma is the daughter of the former governor of Imo State, Ikedi Ohakim. She is also the twin sister of the famous Adanna Steinacker a medical doctor and  YouTube and Instagram Influencer. Adanma had the dreams of becoming a lawyer but couldn't proceed with that dream because of the difficulty of finding a suitable domestic help. She is a mother of four.  Adanma Okarofor  In other to keep the feelings of failure at bay, she explored an alternative.  The " option B " as Sherly Sandberg Facebook COO has coined it to inspire women to explore alternative paths to their dreams. "At the time, my confidence was hinged upon 'corporate c

Maximizing Divine Opportunities As A Mom

Sandra Osawemwenze Founder: Destiny Busy Moms Sandra Osawemwenze is the founder of Destiny Busy Moms, a vlog dedicated to inspiring today's Christain moms in the journey of purpose.  We had a conversation about fulfilling purpose and the following questions ensued. I hope the answers I provided will be helpful in your own journey to living to your full potential in life. 1. In your own assessment, do you think more moms are waking up to destiny fulfillment in this dispensation? Awunli Eghosasere Founder: HapiWify If I am to give a statistics to this question, I will say 10 out of every 100 women are conscious about their purpose and only 2 out of the 10 are actively engaged in matters relating to their purposes. So what does that say? Many women are just coasting along like one women empowerment advocate mentioned. In our generation, there are three things I have observed that are limiting women from pursuing their purposes fully. The first one is stress. We are living in a