I believe life is better when I am driving the future and not just following the norms and expectations of others. When I know what I want, why I want it, and have clarity on what I need to do to get it, I gain the freedom to succeed in life on my own terms.
However, sometimes my messy thoughts and feelings prevent me from taking action. That’s why I write Think Clearly—it’s my own quest for freedom.
You can read this three-part article about vulnerability and leadership.
Since 2011 I have also written a personal annual report every year.
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