“Be Yourself; Everyone Else is Already Taken”

There is a great quote by Henri Frederick Amiel that reads:  “Women wish to be loved without a why or a wherefore; not because they are pretty, or good, or well-bred, or graceful, or intelligent, but because they are themselves.”

It is as true when it was written as it is today.  With the focus to keep up with the latest trends, fades, and all things popular, we often can lose sight of our true selves in the process.  From the time we are young, people are telling us what to think, what to wear, what to do, who to be…. The list is endless. After all that, it’s little wonder people have no idea who they really are and what they really want.

In order to fulfill your true passion and your calling here on Earth, you need to know who you really are. 

You need to know what you truly value, what you are passionate about, and how you can translate that into letting your vocation become your vacation. Otherwise, you will find yourself at the same dead-end job complaining about it 5 years down the road. The more you complain about the problems in your life, the more problems you will bring back to yourself plus more.

When you make it your mission to live authentically without apologizing for who you really are deep down, the more liberated you will feel.  When you stop apologizing for being you and living for other people, the more freedom you get in return.  You will also tend to notice that people who “get you” will gravitate toward you.  And those who ‘don’t get you,’ will be steered clear of you.  Once you are clear with who you are and what you want, the universe will take care of bringing those people, situations, and circumstances to you to fulfill your destiny.

The sooner you can figure out who you really are… the better. The world is waiting for you to step into your light. We need to hear your story, buy your product, or get your service. But if you keep it hidden for fear of rejection, the rest of the world suffers.

I can help coach you if you need help finding your inner passion and desire or if you have a story to share with the world.


Melissa Van Oss
Melissa Van Oss
Melissa Van Oss is a MidWest transplant to Washington, D.C. She embraced city life becoming involved in a private underground world that few see inside of, she pushed past her own fears, insecurities, and barriers, and came out the other side transformed into a confident, adventurous spirit… she awoke her aura of Seduction. Melissa is a three-time bestselling author, speaker, human relations strategist, and scholar. She is the author of the Seduction as a Second Language Series. Melissa uses her experiences in the world of Seduction to help others understand Seduction As A Second Language and how it translates into more confidence from the bedroom to the boardroom. When viewed as an intellectual pursuit, understanding Seduction will lead you down a path toward personal transformation, evolution, and higher consciousness. There is a difference between social Seduction and seducing someone in our personal relationships, Melissa shares how to tell the difference between them and how to use them to your advantage. Melissa has been interviewed for Life Altering Experiences on Roku TV as well as being featured in The Hollywood Times. She has also been a guest on the podcasts - “What Every Business Needs to Know Right Now,” “Analytical Chaos,” and “The Guy Who Knows a Guy.” She also recently spoke at the Monetize Your Matter Summit. She works with individuals, high-level executives, entrepreneurs, as well as former professional athletes. Melissa has collaborated on the creation of several live events and spoken at numerous workshops. The Indie film in which Melissa was a consultant won numerous awards as well. Van Oss attended Kent State University, where she graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Science degree. She currently lives in Washington, D.C.

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