Words fail me.
I’m moved to tears during the first watch of your video. I want to be our friend and give you a big hug. That the emotional connection. I’ve already tweeted from my business and my personal accounts. I want to see what you mean by “Come write a guest blog post”.
In a nutshell, I’m going to steal your strap-line: I’m going to say “I am what I do” for the rest of my life. To me this is one hell of a profound connection. In 1995, I said “I am who I am because of where I come from” rather than “I am who I am despite where I came from”.
Your video has moved me on to another level.
Thank you, from across a sea, a tide of connectivity,
About 52 minutes ago, I read a tweet from @ThinkTank_. It had a link to a video of a man talking about himself. He was at a conference in USA. The man was an advertising copywriter, until recently. Then he stopped being anything but himself: he began being Eric Proulx. This is his story.
One of the striking things is that Eric tell his story in collaboration with many others stories, other people who’ve made change in their lives. I found this very moving.
Must mean I’m ready to be moved.
Move myself on to another stage of being me. I’m ready to say "I am what I do." I’m not a poet, not a business writer, not even a blogger. Not even a father, a husband. I am simply me. Paul O’Mahony (here known as omaniblog) writes poetry, writes for business, blogs, fathers, husbands, connects …