Catherine Paour recalls the day a hole was ripped through her heart when her four-month-old son suffered a traumatic brain injury at his babysitter’s house. The hole became even more painful when she was falsely accused. She had been sharing her story for years when she got the shocking diagnosis of having a real hole in her heart at the age of fifty-five. After open-heart surgery to repair the nearly three-inch hole in her heart, her purpose emerged. Closing her heart was a gift that helped her to open her heart, sharing her stories with hope, happiness, and humor. Her goal is to inspire other women to connect the dots to discover the purpose for which God has prepared them. Catherine is a contributing author for two books that released in the fall of 2020, loves public speaking, and enjoys being a podcast guest. She plays the piano and ukulele to calm her heart. She loves supporting women by sharing her leadership and creative gifts over Zoom with Christian writers (www.writingthewaves.net) and small business owners. Learn more about Catherine at www.holeheartedpurpose.com.