Authenticity Roadmap - Step 2 (+worksheet)


After college, I had allowed other people's definition of success and desires determine what I did and how I acted. 

  • If owning expensive material things meant success, I strived to work hard, put myself in debt and have them.

  • If hustling meant success, I was SO busy all the time and proudly showed my badge of exhaustion and passive aggressive energy.

  • If being in a relationship where outdated Greek cultural female expectations were considered the norm, I put myself in it to prove I too had succeeded as any proper Greek girl should.

It didn't matter that I didn't sincerely desire any of those things or that some of them were emotionally abusive to the point where I numbed myself not to feel them. 


It's what I did to seem like I didn't fail in life. 

When you are so busy chasing other people's definition of success to feel accepted and loved, you never give yourself a chance to discover what you honestly desire out of life.

It's why I created the "Authenticity Roadmap" and am sharing it with you in the hopes that no one else will waste energy and time in chasing other people's desires.

It's now time to follow your path. It's never too late, and you're never too old to redefine your desires and live the life you've selected. 

You will be surprised to know that you can achieve everything you've ever wanted, it may mean you'll have to be creative in finding other ways to reach your desired result.

In this week's Step 2 you'll define your desires and success. No one needs to see this, write out everything that comes to mind, without judgment.

ALWAYS ASK: Is this my desire or what someone else wants/expects of me?

You have the freedom to decide when to do these worksheets if at all. It's ok if you're not ready to do this now. Keep it for a later time. Either way, I'm here to guide you and answer any questions you may have.