What do you do when no one is watching?
With whom do you feel most at ease?
When does your natural humour, playfulness, and spontaneity come out?
Many of us have developed an adaptive social self, or a way of being that is carefully edited, partially silenced and rigidly held. In this letter, I start with a personal sharing about my struggle to walk away from the conventional myths of what we must do and the cultural confines of what it means to be successful. We end the with the small changes that we can make today to work towards inner freedom.