David Lam, former Governer General of British Columbia, recently died from cancer. His journey with cancer touched his life and many others. It changed him, changed how he viewed the world and brought enlightenment to his life more than money and things. A man well connected with powerful and wealthy people, he often asked them,“What are your hidden assets?” He was saddened by responses of material objects or blank stares and joyful to hear answers of love and genuine blessings.
His question resonated with me, gave me an opportunity to connect with what I value about myself and ask you;
WHAT ARE YOUR HIDDEN ASSETS?
ps. Don’t be shy, this is a invitation to think highly of your self. Here’s a tip – check in with your Style Statement.
- Abstract thinker – sometimes my head yearns for linear thoughts but alas it’s not me
- Discoverer of treasures, of course, my Style Statement is Refined Treasure
- Athletic, kinetic
In a materialistic culture obsessed with image, money, and things, all too often your true self gets hidden beneath pressure and confusion. I’m here to say you can shine, walk tall, and you aren’t missing a thing. The authentic you – the hidden asset you – represents the gift you long to receive and give. Enjoy the present.