I Am Beautiful, I Am Cultivated

I am Beautiful, I am Cultivated

I am Beautiful, I am Cultivated

Meaning: To be refined and well educated.

Synonyms: cultured, educated, well read, civilized, enlightened, discerning, discriminating, refined, polished;

You don’t have to have a degree to be well-educated. Although, there is absolutely nothing wrong with having one. The point is, are you applying what you know in practical ways in your own life. Take time to think about the wisdom, insights and understanding you have gained in your life. Write down the ones that really resonate in your spirit. Think about some of the things that you learned in school, on the job, in your family, in life. What are some of the greatest principals you live by, or that you know of, but are not practically living at this time. Make a commitment to use the things that you know and apply them to your life in ways that will help you move forward, improve the quality of your life, or help you to break out of a mindset or circumstance that is no longer serving you.

I have seen people with little or no education succeed in life. It’s not what you know, itís how you use what you know that benefits you and those in your sphere of influence.

I will say this, the greatest education I have ever received was found in what I call the School of the Holy Spirit. I was enrolled in that school without knowing it. When I was in my late 20’s I had a desire to get to know God better. I started asking God to teach me how to pray. Little did I know, he had a lot more he wanted me to know. My first lesson was in humility.

I was once given a tremendous promotion in my life that was based purely on life experience. I went from being an Administrative Assistant to being the Director of my own department after just being with the company for just one year. I was the first person in the 25 year history of the company to be promoted to a Directorship without a degree. In fact, the decision had to go to the Board of Directors for approval.

Here are some women you may have heard of that did not have degrees: Helena Rubenstein, Jessica Alba, Anna Wintour, Rachel Ray, Ellen Degeneres, and Oprah Winfrey.

Anna Wintour StoryóEditor-In-ChiefóVogue Magazine

Anna didnít just forgo college ó the influential editor-in-chief of Vogue didnít even finish high school. As a teenager, Anna quit her studies at the prestigious North London Collegiate, a private school for girls, and started working in fashion. At 15, she took a job at the Biba fashion boutique, and at 21 she was hired as one of the first editorial assistants at Harpers & Queen, beginning her career in fashion journalism.

Anna continued to climb the editorial ranks, hopping from New York magazine to British Vogue. She was named the editor-in-chief of Vogue in 1988 and artistic director of Conde Nast in 2013. In 2009, President Obama appointed her to the Presidentís Committee on the Arts and Humanities. (Koa Beck of DailyWorth)

You know more than you think you know. You got the goods!


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