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  • Andrea Margutti

    I have just discussed with an old professor about this a couple of days ago ;-) He told me: "who you are?", "what is written on your business card?"... thus I'm a journalist and a copywriter (too) on my business card (one of!) I wrote: "dreamer" ;-) I decided to not get stuck in an immage/pic of me. I almost change/renovate/revamp my work every 3-4 years, always about creative tasks and involving most of all writing (for now)...but I'm going to just and pure creativity (I hope). This is my way, it's not "right" as it's not "wrong". It's suite me. The problem is that sometimes (often) you have to define/introduce yourself to people that are "this" or "that" and things are not so easy to explain, but that not a problem for me ;-) I like to! have a good day and thank for sharing.

  • Kevin Van Lierop

    I've been struggling lots with this lately. How do I define myself, to myself? How do I define myself, to others? These questions, along with many others, have helped to frame some deep 'soul' searching on my part. I've added this to my weekend reading. Thanks for sharing.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Thanks for introducing me to Learning to Lead Adaptively:

    These questions are so valuable and I'm going to reflect on them today!

    1) What sorts of things–if they happened more or less often in your life—would make you happier/more balanced?

    2) What values are you committed to/what’s important to you? (write down whatever comes to mind).

    3) What are you doing or not doing that is preventing you from fully realizing the values/doing what you identified as important to you in question 2?

    4) Reflecting on question 3, what other values are you committed to/what else might be important to you?

    5) What do you assume will happen if you change your behaviors?