When I came back to agriculture twenty years ago I saw myself as a person who could give insights into what was working successfully outside the bubble of agriculture.
What I found was a culture that was more interested in who you were, who you knew and what you had done than any outside world insights you could bring.
So I went on a journey to prove that I might have something to offer. What that journey told me is its not what you do its what you inspire others to do that matters/
My only regret is I didn’t wake up to that sooner. You can win as many awards as your walls will hold they don’t define who you are or what your legacy could be