It's a question we often ask our children, but hesitate to ask ourselves. We used to know. And our answers have changed over the years as we truly understand our opportunities and our limitations, and start living our own lives instead of someone else's. But sometimes, somewhere along the way, we stop asking.
We get caught up in going through the motions, churning through the cogwheel of busy-ness, thinking more about what we want to DO, than what we want to be.
And so today I ask you a question that is still just as valid as it was back then.
Who do you want to be when you grow up?
Because if you don't know what it looks like, how will you get there?
Your deep thinking motivational speaker who's still not sure she knows the answer