You, an ordinary person, have done extraordinary things 

Twenty-five years ago, I declared to the world: I am the possibility that ordinary people are extraordinary. This declaration has shaped my life ever since.
As women, we have been supportive of other folks. And now it’s OUR turn. Our turn to pursue our dreams. Our turn to test our powers. Our turn to practice creativity. Our turn to create a business that will give us financial freedom and security.
Yes, you were born (almost always) with ten fingers and ten toes. You learned how to read and how to play. You made friends and you helped others along the way. Maybe you fell in love, established a home with your partner, and had children. Maybe you are single. Along the way, you, an ordinary person, have done extraordinary things.