by Susanna Mittermaier
It’s easy to fall into the trap of wanting to define yourself and we’re so quick to put ourselves in a box. Maybe you define yourself in some of these ways:
By role: I’m a parent, leader, friend, patient, student
By career: I’m a teacher, businessperson, manager
By personality traits: I’m focused, shy, extroverted, creative, funny
By physical traits: I’m athletic, skinny, blonde, healthy
By abilities: I’m good/bad at dancing, sports, learning, relationships
But what if by pigeon holing yourself into a single category you were concealing from yourself, and the world just how brilliant you truly are?