#33 – Originality

Doing a bad imitation of yourself is always better than doing a great imitation of someone else. A “bad” imitation? Yes, as in you are still coming into your own. You are still discovering your point of view, clarifying your values, finding confidence in your strengths, getting comfortable with feedback, learning how to stand byContinue reading “#33 – Originality”

On whose example do you model your leadership?

A writer I admire said that the way to find one’s own voice as a writer is to imitate other writers. He said that by imitating them you allow yourself to write more freely because you have a model to follow rather than feeling the pressure to be an original voice. Because, of course, youContinue reading “On whose example do you model your leadership?”