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What I wish I knew at 20 that I know now…
When you can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel, remember that every job you take, mistake you make or relationship you leave are allstepping stones down the path of the person you are meant to be. Even though you can’t see it now, you have a purpose and a destiny that will be revealed as time goes on. So be patient and open to the experiences that life brings you. And, enjoy the journey!




I have been through many challenging experiences including: going from homelessness to attending Harvard; healing from a near-fatal car crash and multiple family deaths.

I wish I had known then what I know now about happiness and support.  It is one of my mantras and is in the attachment.
Have a blissful day,

The Bliss Guide

“Do what you love, be with those you love, and your whole life falls into Bliss.”  D. T. Clare
A little about Dawn:  I am The Bliss Guide, intuitive coach and business consultant, with a Harvard MBA.  I am President of a company, SPISE BLISS, that sells products and services which expedite bliss, success, wealth and well being.  I have consulted with both organizations and individuals including Jerry Levin, former Chairman, Time Warner.  I have been featured in several publications including:  The Albany Times Union, Awareness Magazine,  The Dallas Morning News, Goddess Queen Magazine, Harvard Business School Alumni Magazine, National MBA Magazine, The New York Times, Plug LA, and WorkWise Syndicated Column.  In addition, I was on Fox News, NBC TV and LA Talk Radio.
From the ripe young age of 51, I can say unequivocally that at 20 I wish I’d known to hold still until my mission in life came to me. My twenties were a shotgun attempt at fulfillment; when I hit 30, I learned that my mission was creating peace on earth through individuals, through teaching about inner peace, and knowing it has made for a much easier life.
So to those in your 20s, yes, work by all means, and spend your inner time seeking your purpose here on earth. It will make EVERYTHING easier!
I write a blog on peace for Ode Magazine. check it out if you would like – thought your readers would be interested:
Be blest,
Dr. Susan Corso
“You must do the thing you think you cannot do.”
                                                        Eleanor Roosevelt