Taking initiative without prior experience confirming that your bold decision will pay off has to be one of life’s most daunting yet at the same time most defining experiences.
We can all relate to that. For some of that predicament gives us the most pride to date, and for others the most anxiety.
Wherever you fall on that spectrum is totally fine. One women that is paving the way for compassion and a better relationship towards breaking into the unknown is renaissance woman Victoria Meyers.
Born into a religious cult completely alienated from the rest of the world, Victoria had no real sense of what she could create herself into as the notion of creation was completely off the table to her growing up.
Now if you look at her, she’s the quintessential self made model, influencer, activist, and artist whose success is defined entirely by her ability to create out of thin air.
So how did she get there? And what does that mean for so many other young people cut off- by one barrier or another- from what the world could hold in store for them.
Such is the crux of her blossoming podcast Keeping It Real by Victoria Lynn Myers. On her podcast, she grapples authentically and transparently with the notion of what role self determinism plays in reality and how much of our sense of worth its worth to drop into self determinism bucket.
And it might not be what you totally expect as Victoria grapples with her own dilemmas of posterity and meaningfulness.
However that’s precisely what makes the podcast hit so hard. Her vulnerability allows guests and the audience to relate on a deep level, feel more connected, and be buoyed by the fact that such a courageous young woman could emerge from obscurity and attain the success she’s attained while openly not having it all figured out yet.
If that isn’t a fresh beacon of hope for all of us, no matter where we are in our journeys, I don’t know what is.