Many high-achievers define themselves and others by what they do and how good they are at doing it.

I noticed this, especially in sports. High-achievers naturally gravitate towards and make friends with other high-achievers. Of course, it is important to surround ourselves with people who raise our game.

But what happens when the game ends? When the career is over?

What then?

I see this in many athletes – as their identity is what they do – not who they are. Then they feel lost when their career ends.

I have always wanted to play at the top of my game in sports and business, but I have had to go deeper to truly understand who I am.

Try not to define yourself to others by your work. Instead focus on a deeper, more meaningful type of disclosure.

This is where real meaningful relationships exist.

You are not your work, you are much more.


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