Lilian Ong used to live an ordinary dull life as a full-time, stay at home mom. She has also dealt with body issues, depressions, and confidence issues as with most SAHMs (stay-at-home moms) who experience bouts of burnouts.Lilian used to belong to the statistics of SAHMs who are quietly and disconcertingly suffering from issues which touches their identities and ambitions.
But, that was all in the distant past.
Lilian Ong, an empowered woman; founder of Class Living, a social enterprise nurturing emerging talents especially people with special needs and dementia; a community leader of Soul Rich Women; and author of the up and coming book, Women of Courage: Breaking the Fear Barrier (Ordinary Women with Extraordinary Story) tells her struggles and triumphs of breaking through her fear barrier, in an interview part of Callum Connect series with The Asian Entrepreneur.
The Asian Entrepreneur is a leading international media source that was established with the intention of documenting leading developments in business industries across Asia via profiling entrepreneurs and business owners.
With a passion and a purpose of living a vibrant life making a difference and creating an impact to the world through her humanitarian and community services, Lilian Ong also shared her book, Women of Courage to help women break through their fear barrier, awaken the courage to step out of their comfort zone, and to overcome challenges in their life by drawing from life lessons of experienced women from different background.
Quoting from St. Francis of Assisi as the best piece of advice she has ever received. Lilian remarked, “Start by doing what is necessary, then do what is possible and suddenly you are doing the impossible.”
Indeed, Lilian is doing the necessary through her civic activities and through her book to help women break their fear barriers, take control, and live the life that they always dreamed of.
Check out Lilian’s full interview HERE.
Your courage to break through the fear barrier is truly inspiring, Lilian! Cheers!
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