Today I remembered how the more you you are, the better. As I continue to speak on various stages and interview on the radio, I’m becoming more myself. It’s so much better to be oneself rather than try to be someone else. This applies to everything from how I teach, how I market my books, how I parent, and how I’m a friend. The more I’m me (and not trying to be another person), the more people enjoy being with an authentic presence.
It’s a great practice to ask yourself this: Am I trying to be someone I’m not?
And I remembered this great thought: God doesn’t use you despite your personality; He uses you because of your personality.