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Lessons From Being Hit On!

There’s a fun little story and its valuable lesson for you!  It’s not often that I learn major lessons from being hit on by a young stranger, but that’s exactly what happened in today’s story.

Don’t miss this short, fun and impactful episode.  I hope it encourages and inspires you too!


  • Akilah
    Posted at 05:18h, 28 October Reply

    What a cool story Jacquie, but also so true. I know I’ve but things off due to fear and have loss opportunities. I’m striving to move past fear and walk more knowing life is to short to live in fear! Thank you Jacquie!

  • Catie
    Posted at 07:09h, 28 October Reply

    Terrific story, and very true. I have a saying “jump off the dock”, which I remember most days. Clearly, a missed opportunuty seldom returns.

    Great to see you,

    Strength and love


  • Jacquie
    Posted at 20:03h, 28 October Reply

    Thank you Akilah!! Love that you’re striving – we are all a work in progress with this stuff and we’re so excited to have you as a member of 100 Most Powerful Women! XO

  • Jacquie
    Posted at 20:04h, 28 October Reply

    Thank you Catie!! Love Jump off the Dock! XO

  • Lorraine Garcia
    Posted at 13:55h, 03 December Reply

    Dear Jacquie,

    I loved this video for a couple of reason.

    1. It is important to remember this message
    2. Because this video reminds me of all the previous videos that you posted.

    I hope that your Thanksgiving was a good one and that you are taking care of yourself. I look forward to many more of your wonderful and insightful videos. Take care, be safe and God bless us all.

    • Jacquie
      Posted at 12:54h, 07 December Reply

      Aww, thank you Lorraine! XO Jacquie

  • Jacquie
    Posted at 07:33h, 07 December Reply

    Aww, thank you Lorraine! XO

  • Ed
    Posted at 05:30h, 05 December Reply

    Great video. It was imprinted on me at a very young age to put off reward and pleasure for the sake of becoming a more successful person, a wealthier person, etc., and if I did that all would be right with my life. I adhered to that philosophy through my first marriage. My “sacrifice all” for tomorrow eventually became toxic to the marriage and causes irreparable harm to us. That was almost 30 years ago. That demon of “sacrifice all” still lingers. I struggle with how to be more spontaneous, enjoy the moment…there’s always that voice that says “not now”. I’ve “run the race” and am now retired and I’m feeling very unfulfilled though I am married again to a wonderful women. I want to be more for her

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