Self-explorer – Helena Ponstein, Berlin

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“As an entrepreneur and consultant, I stand for bridging the gap between where we are today and where we need to be – as individuals and as a collective. Realizing long term goals that truly matter comes at a cost. It requires focus to prioritize the pursuit of these goals at the cost of other opportunities. This path is not short of challenges. It requires “all hands on deck”, which means I need to involve all aspects of my personality embodied by the Formies – mind, heart, body, and consciousness.”
My advice to co-travellers: Be conscious of your life goals and dedicate all you have to make them real.

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