|Writer Jacqueline Luckett and I
Enoch Pratt Free Library
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There is much to be said for abandoning the confinement of others expectations and walking into one’s destiny. Jacqueline Luckett, a gifted writer who spent years in corporate America always loved writing and storytelling, and decided she would become a writer.
Over a week ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing her for The Baltimore Times about her second book, Passing Love. While I learned much about the book and her writing life, I came away with more valuable lessons: walk through fear, and act on your dreams.
Nothing is achieved without action. So, the next time I am tempted to doubt myself or my potential, I’ll recall Ms. Luckett’s resolution to not merely exist but defy limitations. Every moment is an opportunity to redefine possibilities and begin again.
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