By Laura A. Roser. Originally published in Legacy Arts Magazine, Issue 10, April 2017.
“I think there’s a fundamental flaw in how we look at careers,” best-selling author and well-recognized leadership consultant, Kevin Cashman says. “We shouldn’t be asking kids what they are going to be when they grow up. We should be asking them how they are going to be when they grow up.”
“It’s not about being a fireman or a real estate agent, it’s about becoming in tune with who you are, where your passions lie, and pursuing a career that helps you to become the kind of person you’d like to be.”