It’s A Woman’s World with host, Carolyn Bruna invites guest Mozella Perry Ademiluyi to talk about the way she inspires people with her great leadership skills and accomplishments. Mozella choose the symbol of a mountain to represent her work and she uses it as a metaphor. She first set eyes on Mt. Kilimanjaro as a child then climbed it later in life. Mountains resonated with Mozella’s to use as a symbol of what we want to achieve in life. Thinking of our goals as a journey on a mountain and the need to take those steps to get there.
Mozella was 50 when she first set out to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, but her second time when she was 60 years old was with purpose. It was about an open mind. Her attitude was different and she was better prepared in the head and heart or belief system. This time was inspiring and the purpose was very motivating and kept her going. As we age we can do things we never thought possible. We put up our own barriers, get in our way, and we can really achieve so much more than we give ourselves credit. We all face the inquiry about what you need to do, what steps do you need to take, and who you need to be. Anytime we try and fail we learn something, we learn what it takes!
Watch this episode of It’s A Woman’s World to learn about our human potential and the three basic parts of us (head, heart, hands) that help us achieve our goals and dreams. Remember the mountain is an ancient symbol for getting things done! To learn more visit MountainPeakStrategies.com