A Warrior without a King
What you do as professional is that you make time for business development.
You make time to get better at your craft.
The professional is constantly sharpening the ax.
You also make time to teach other people what you do so the community gets better.
The professional forms a group of peers who give each other feedback and tell each other the truth.
The professional understands that loneliness is an occupational hazard.
As professionals, we need to feed the community that we are part of.