We all find ourselves in social situations or at networking events, or perhaps even on airplanes, and people ask us, “So, tell me about yourself.” Most of us answer that question the same way - we provide some labels or hooks for who we are.
For me it would include some of the following: I’m a husband and a father of two. I own a company and have for the last 19 years. I am a speaker. I am an author. I blog. I do a lot of training. I coach and consult on. (I could go on, but you get the idea.) You could, and would, likely do the same thing. But are these labels who we are?
Would you learn more about who I am if I told you I grew up on a farm, and from those experiences I have a deep sense of growth and possibility? Would you know more about me if I told you I have a Midwestern farm work ethic and a commitment to family? That I grew up in an entrepreneurial family and went to church on Sunday morning? If you knew a...(register to read more)