You may have noticed my posts are less frequent these days. That’s because I’m working on a secret project called “The Pilots.”
Wanna know the secret? I hope so.
I’ll tell you this: I’m wrapping up my year to kick ass with a grand delivery you’ll find almost obvious if you’ve been following my articles, although I don’t think I’ve hinted at it. As a promise to people who’ve signed up for First Alerts, they get the first chance to use the thingies I’m making.
So, if you are all excited and want to know what’s going on before everyone else,
and now …
Kohn Ashmore didn’t know something about himself that was so obvious to everyone who knew him. Finding out made him want to never speak again.
“I’m never gonna talk again. I always thought of myself as I heard myself, as a good singer.”
- Kohn Ashmore
As Pilots our job is to know the roles we play and through our roles know ourselves and by knowing ourselves steer our lives more skillfully. I now pass a microphone to Andrew Mills and the fascinating story he produced about self perception. It begs the question for all of us: What don’t we know about ourselves? And another: Why does it matter?
Through Andrew’s story about his friend Kohn we have an opportunity to witness transformation through revelation. It’s 8 minutes long.