"If you want to be a grocer, or a general, or a politician, or a judge, you will invariably become it; that is your punishment. If you never know what you want to be, if you live what some might call the dynamic life but what I will call the artistic life, if each day you are unsure of who you are and what you know you will never become anything, and that is your reward."
I completely agree with Oscar Wilde. If you are something, you are just a noun. We are not nouns, we are verbs. I am not a thing - a leader, a manager, a mentor, a coach, a writer, a painter, a business woman, a dancer ... I am a person who does different things: I lead, I manage, I mentor, I coach, I write, I paint, I develop actions from ideas, I dance ... and so much more.
So, I am many verbs. We are restricted and limited if we think of ourselves as nouns. As verbs we constantly develop certain skills or talents. It is a never completed improvement, a lifelong learning and becoming better. We develop, change, grow. We are constantly becoming.
I hope I will do so many different things, try out all kinds of activities, sports, jobs, skills ... I have no exact plan in the sense of length or in a timeline of years. I have a plan in width, in wide options, in infinite opportunities, in endless possibilities, as much as possible as soon as possible.
I do know I what will come next. I listen to my gut feeling and follow my curiosities.