Have you ever asked yourself the question, “Who am I?”
The trick is not to respond with something like, “wife, mother, _____ (insert job title).” Aside from the roles you play in everyday life, who are you at the core of your being? Many of us don’t know the answer, largely because this is something we’ve never thought to ask ourselves.
If you’ve had the pleasure of meeting Jasna Burza, this question is no stranger to you. I found Jasna several years ago when I was going through a confusing time in my life. The job I once loved had grown stagnant, and I came to realize that my values did not align with my current path in life. To make a long story short, I wouldn’t be where I am today if it weren’t for Jasna.
Simply put, she is a special soul. She does amazing work as a life coach and business strategist, where she helps people discover their purpose in life. (It’s so much more than that, but you get the gist of it.)
People are starting to take notice of Jasna’s story and talent, as she was just profiled on WCCO as a “Minnesotan To Meet.”
A renowned keynote speaker, Jasna recently hosted a virtual conference for 500 employees at U.S. Bank and the response is overwhelming each and every time. She is starting a movement! If you have ever wanted to change anything in your life, or found yourself seeking guidance or support, she is the best of the best. If you work at a company that would be interested in having her as a guest speaker, I promise you that they will be flooded with positive feedback. Seeing and hearing what she does for others gives me goosebumps to this day.
While this post had less to do with dogs than usual, it had everything to do with dogs. Because I never would have found my way here if I hadn’t met Jasna. Her loving support and encouragement helped me overcome my insecurities and self-doubt. She made me believe in myself again, for that is priceless.