Last week I defined some key aspects of purpose. Now that we have a better idea of what it is and isn’t, it’s time for a gut check. It’s time to ask yourself if you’re actually moving in line with yours. Are you on the right path or do you need to switch lanes and gears? That can be a tough, uncomfortable question with an unknown answer. But have no fear, GladiatHers.com is here to walk you through that maze that answers that very question. Here are seven signs that you might not be walking in your purpose.
Each of us has a purpose for being on this earth. If you discover that purpose, you unlock your ability to truly transform this world and live a complete life. You are uniquely designed to fulfill that purpose and all of your experiences (good and bad) exist to drive you closer to fulfilling that purpose, if you let them. Those are big ifs. There’s no guarantee that you will ever discover or walk in your purpose. In fact, many people never do. Sure, many will have jobs that pay their bills and allow them to have fun with their family and friends. But that doesn’t mean they are fulfilling their purpose. GladiatHers.com is here to help you find and walk in your purpose; to fulfill the calling you were placed here for.
Today we’re talking with a pretty fierce and courageous young woman. At the age of sixteen boxer Amaiya Zafar is literally and figuratively fighting her way into the boxing ring. In honoring her Muslim faith, Amaiya has chosen to train and compete while wearing a hijab and covering her arms and legs. While this may seem harmless to some, the International Boxing Federation (AIBA) and USA Boxing claim that her modest dress is somehow a threat to her safety. In fact, last month at the Sugar Bert Tournament in Florida, Amaiya was disqualified* because she refused to part with her clothing in favor of competing. Her journey into boxing and commitment to doing it on her own terms offers a glimpse at what it truly means to fight for what you believe in.
Now that you’ve eaten too much turkey, drunk too much beer and watched too much football, we’d like to introduce you to the perfect young lady to get you back on the healthy eating, healthy lifestyle track. Meet our newest Instagram Inspiration, Alexandria Polise, aka Alexandria_Fitness. At 26 years old she finds the time to be a full-time 401K Plan Administrator, a part-time fitness coach and a genuine inspiration for living a healthy life, physically and spiritually. So let’s get to know Alexandria:
Right now it may be difficult to avoid thinking about how racism and sexism continue to permeate American society. But in the midst of political and social upheaval, it’s so very important that we also focus our energy on women and people of color who are winning in spite of powers hell-bent of their suppression. So today we bring you the story of and interview with LaChina Robinson. LaChina is a former standout Wake Forest basketball player. After a successful career in college basketball, LaChina transitioned into sports broadcasting. With a laser focus on expanding the coverage of and respect for women’s basketball, LaChina has firmly cemented herself as a force to be reckoned with. She is a reporter and analyst for NCAA and WNBA basketball with the ESPN family, FOX Sports and NBA TV; and she hosts espnW’s “Around the Rim” podcast. Beyond talk of women’s basketball, LaChina is a woman of substance. As she grows her brand she is careful to offer a helping hand to those who come after her and quick to credit her success to a higher power. Meet LaChina Robinson. Continue reading
It’s not everyday that you meet women who change your life. I’m blessed to have had the opportunity to do just that. Sydney Satchell has gone from being a Division-I athlete to an amputee and an inspiration for so many in a relatively short amount of time. She has found the strength, courage and wisdom to turn her adversity into life lessons for so many. I’m honored to share this GladiatHer® Grads story with you.Continue reading