Follow Your Different

I spent the first third of my career worrying about whether or not I fit in with my bosses and co-workers. As I got more senior in my career, I cared less about what others thought and spent less energy trying to fit in, but still was somewhat reserved. It wasn’t until I did my ‘personal IPO’ and became a solopreneur that I felt free to be who I am. As my friend Christopher Lochhead says, it pays to ‘Follow Your Different.’

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