I value communities & authentic relationships; real talk; acts of kindness.
Building teams; solving problems; creating spaces; creating experiences.
Regarding impostor syndrome: To DO is to BE. First, focus on the "doing" and the "being" will naturally follow.
My toddler. She has literally fallen hundreds of times and gotten back up every single time. When it's a particularly bad fall, she cries a little bit, then she gets over fear and pain and tries again with reckless abandon. She is inquisitive, curious, willful and empathetic and learns a dozen new things a day. Through her eyes I see the world anew - what a wondrous world it is.
Mom strength. I would wrestle a pack of lions if it meant protecting my child. I have never felt more love, more fearlessness, more strength, or more creative, than I have as a mom. I mean, I "made" a human!
Proper breathing technique for sustaining long notes and relaxation.