I’ve written about labels before but we’re more than the label we give ourselves.
I didn’t want to be the person who only ever does things for nil/neutral cost because that’s what I’d always be asked to do.
The things that make me, well me, isn’t the edgy feature but the simple, dull, foundations which underpin what I do. The years of thinking, reading, listening and watching which I’ve paused, reflected and pondered over.
You can’t suddenly become an identity that you’re not.
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