A lot of folks who read my blog know me for my work in the world. Whether leading workshops, keynoting conferences, writing publications, or consulting folks on their work, I have touched the lives of countless children, youth, and adults around the world. Fortunately for me, my work is what I do—but not who I am. There’s an important difference.
You may have heard me talk about my identities. I am a dad, a friend, a poet, a writer, a speaker, singer, dancer, and driver. I do a lot of things, like garden and hike, fly places and talk with people. I know a few things about many things, and many things about a few things. All of this describes how I use my time and what I value, but it is not who I am.
|What are the pillars of YOUR life?|
I stay grounded by knowing who I am.