Who are you?

You have to answer one question: “Who are you?” — over and over.

The exercise is pretty straightforward: one person asks “Who are You?” and the other responds whatever comes to mind.

The first person keeps asking “Who are you?” right after each answer. This goes on for two minutes, and then people switch roles– the person who responded now gets to ask “Who are you?”

This is me
The late Mr. Belsac, photographed by my dad

helper, listener, supporter, inspirator

coward, lazy, invisible, spineless

When I help others I can avoid my own insecurities.

Photo by Dylan Gillis on Unsplash

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Father, learner, coach & agilist. I'm passionate about nature and helping people become their best selves.

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