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Bigger, Better & Badder! 

This year marks the beginning of significant change for me. Similar to the protagonist in my debut novel, The Kokuran, I too, am embarking on a journey.  However, my journey is not about seeking to understand the essence of me; it’s about trying to live the best life possible for me. It’s about taking risks, conquering fears and pushing the limits to become bigger,better and badder!

Remember those dreams we had long ago, that we pushed aside because life got in the way with spouses, children, finances, etc. Well those things never really go away, they merely change in scope or in priority, which brings me to the following phrase: “Dreams have no expiration date.” I’ve heard those words several times throughout my life and simply ignored them. Then a year ago, someone said them to me again. But this time they resonated with me. And here I am today, pursuing my creative and entrepreneurial endeavors, pushing the limits to become my bigger, better and badder self. This is not a static journey but one that will be defined over time.

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  1. I like your mantra: “becoming bigger, better and badder. Can you share more about what triggered you into action? How does it relate to your book?

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    • At various times in my life, I started writing several books, but I never finished any of them mainly because I was busy with ‘life stuff’ and lacked in my belief of pursuing my passion in artistry. However, thoughts of becoming an author never left my mind, it always stayed with me. Then one day, I heard someone speak about dreams having no expiration date, that’s when it hit me. The rest of history.

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    • Thanks.

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  2. I like your comment, it has inspired me.

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    • Thanks!

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  3. I love your phrase “Dreams have no expiration date.” There are so many people who never try to make their dreams come to fruition. I believe that everyone should take a leap of faith and make an effort toward their hopes. You could change the course of your future.

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  4. Thanks for sharing, this is a fantastic forum.Really looking forward to read more. Keep writing. Hayn

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  5. I like this article very much. I&82#17;ll definitely be back. Hope that I can study more helpful posts then. Will probably be sharing your knowledge with all of my friends!

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    • I’m glad you enjoyed the article. While it’s been a few months since I’ve blogged, I’ve continued to stay focused on becoming my bigger, better and badder self. However, what I’ve learned is that this journey requires a relentless pursuit toward my goals.So since quitting is not an option, I have to step up and face the opportunity head on.

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  6. I love the color and design of the long sleeve shirt! Haha you are a brave woman for wearing booty sh8trs&#o230;I would never feel comfortable wearing them! But good for you!

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  7. There are sides to each issue. Our opinions will not –could not– be taken seslouriy, until we look plainly upon both our favorite side, and the other one. Also, Joel wins at 8:44.

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  8. Hi, Jordin Mack. How much of The Kokuran is your own personal story?

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    • Well as you know, writing is similar to any art, it’s a personal creative expression. So therefore, every artists puts a little of themselves in their work. To answer your question, the book is completely fiction albeit autobiographical in nature. This story was born out of coffee table discussions with women in my circle; however, it is universal and it is the story of many women across the globe. I hoped you enjoyed the read.

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