Being authentically you at both work and at home means taking action on the things that make themselves known to you, confronting the things you fear most and walking the walk with the promises you make.
“The most common form of despair is not being who you are.” – Kierkegaard
The art of “becoming” is found in intentionally choosing/designing who we are to become.
“We ourselves must walk the path.” – Buddha
Only you have the responsibility to put in the work to be authentically you. Authenticity is found in the work that you do in taking responsibility of who you are and how you interact with those around you.
“We are our choices.” – Jean-Paul Sartre
The essence in fulfilling who you authentically are is found in creating harmony with the world.
Harmony does not mean quietism; it means embracing our freedom, taking responsibility for our lives, pursuing truth, and creating genuine connections to the world and others. – Beauvoir
It means taking action on the things that make themselves known to you, confronting the things you fear most and walking the walk with the promises you make.
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