We all reach a point in our lives where we begin to question our value. Our worth, our importance, our purpose. It’s finding that sense of value, where we find ourselves at a crossroads.
When we reach these crossroads, we’re often left with two choices: To look and move forward, or to become complacent and get left behind. As someone who was once left uninspired and overworked, Rosey Wright shares the path she took in establishing a newfound purpose in her life.
Having previously worked in a 9 to 5 government job, Rosey’s transition into the business required reflecting on her herself and surroundings.
"I felt drained, uninspired and felt like I never really had a purpose in what I was doing. I just had a deep knowing that I needed to do something different.”
When we become aware of our current situation and surroundings, sometimes we lack the direction or even the guidance on where to start. Through an online ad of wanting more flexibility for herself and her family, Rosey shared the guidance she has received with Prosperity Of Life:
“I’m generally a positive person, but never had a goal to strive towards. But when I did the 17 day program - just going through that - I realized that I was lowering my expectations in life.”
As we further talked about these expectations, it truly highlighted the role that perception has in living a truly fulfilling life. Through these conversations, Rosey illustrated her journey as one we should aspire towards. To be content with ourselves and the value we hold today.
“After coming to that realization, it has changed my mindset completely.
I CAN visit those places.
I CAN earn that income.
I CAN spend time with my loved ones. I feel so much more at peace with myself and my direction, not wondering if I’m on the right path or not, but just trusting my intuition.”
Now having recently had her "Six Pack" in the Company Founder's home, Rosey concluded on an important note that Prosperity Of Life, alongside Shane & Rachel Krider and Greg Strom, have offered her;
"When I started I felt intimidated, but you don't need to be; that's the difference between the corporate world and this business. I feel like I'm at home."