“Do what really makes sense for your life — not what sounds good to other people.”
For Hadley, life in her 20s and 30s was often spent trying to accomplish other people’s goals. But by the time she turned 40, she knew what she had to do:
She had to find her own truth.
Meet Hadley and join her on a journey toward wisdom in this new video
You go through several lifetimes of living out other people’s models of how to be.
Like when I went to college I had heard so many stories of my parents’ time in college and my sister’s time in college and I felt like I was supposed to do something like that.
So I would do things like I joined a sorority which I didn’t really have an interest in. And so that kind of thing played out a lot in different iterations throughout my 20s and 30s and now in my 40s I feel like I’ve tried a bunch of different things on and now I know what fits.
“Find your own truth, do what really makes sense for your life not what sounds good to other people.”