Looking At Our Ugly with Judy Lee

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Published Aug 2, 2021, 1:00 PM

Have you ever felt lost or disconnected from yourself, like your life lacked meaning and purpose? That’s how Judy Lee felt as she approached her mid-40s. Through life and dark times, she lost my confidence and drive. Instead of living with intention, she lived in fear and felt numb and helpless. She felt like she didn’t matter.

Judy Lee had a family photography business she started years ago but resisted investing any real effort into it. Suffering from impostor syndrome, she lacked the confidence to even call herself a ‘photographer.’ That all changed when she saw a portrait photographer speak and it awakened something in her. Judy just knew women’s portraits were her calling and it became louder than her fear so she pursued it. She discovered she could capture a woman’s essence, confidence, inner beauty, and soul. She felt destined to succeed but her fears kept getting in the way and she realized she was doing without being. Judy was asking women to be vulnerable but SHE wasn’t vulnerable. She was asking women to reconnect with themselves but SHE wasn’t connected to herself. She had so much more to learn… That’s when Judy made the decision to face her fears and her journey to reconnect with herself truly began.* Judy didn’t know exactly what she was doing or where she was going — it felt like a leap into the dark unknown but one she trusted. Once she walked through that darkness, she discovered everything she aspired to be was already inside her, in her true self. Judy confronted old fears, shed old beliefs, and listened to her gut. In that process, she found her life’s purpose unfolding.

Judy Lee had to go on her own journey to realize her purpose is to empower women by giving them opportunities to go on theirs.

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