A twist on the two way conversation

In the absence of will power


I recently had this posed to me

  1. If you could be someone else for a day, who would you be, and why?
  2. If that seems too easy, try this one: who would you like to have spend a day as you and what do you hope they’d learn from the experience?

I spend a lot of time punishing myself for my personality flaws and I truly admire people who genuinely care about others, don’t sweat the small stuff and get the jobs that really make a difference in the world done.

So I am going to give the first question a lot of thought and the second question will answer itself.

I am going to ask the person I become to be me for a day and then I will have the perfect mentor who has walked a mile in my shoes and can help me be the person I want to be

Because I do know that   

It’s never too late to be who you could have been. – It’s a matter of switching gears, never looking back, and BECOMING the person today that you always knew you were capable of being. Entertain every thought, say every word, and make every decision from their point of view.

Dont let the sadness of the past

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Two way conversations

Author: Lynne Strong

I am a 6th generation farmer who loves surrounding myself with optimistic, courageous people who believe in inclusion, diversity and equality and embrace the power of collaboration. I am the founder of Picture You in Agriculture. Our team design and deliver programs that inspire pride in Australian agriculture and support young people to thrive in business and life