Meet Lynn age 60. I learnt so much about myself while I was talking to Lynn — she felt like a very wise woman and I could imagine the stunning salt lake view out of her window. We talk about what it's been like for her being on the autism spectrum, dyslexia, coming out later in life, daughters and a recurring theme — in that how one throwaway comment can change everything.
Lynn talks about how, for her, life begins just beyond her comfort zone. This is so true. How many triumphs that mean something to you happened because you put yourself out there? Everyone's comfort zones are different, but I know when I challenge myself — I grow and when I grow — I learn and I get a huge kick out of that. That’s when fear transforms into something else — like wisdom.
Take opportunities when they come — they are the light in the dark — if you want to feel alive and to create the memories that one day someone might ask you about. We rarely regret what we do (of course sometimes we) but what I mean is that it's rare to get a multiple opportunities put in front of us, so certainly I owe it to myself to take any opportunity when it appears — even if it's just the hint of one.
There’s something immensely powerful about women passing on wisdom to daughters and Lynn talks a lot about this — but not just the things that she got right, but the things she got wrong, which can be just as important.
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