A Great way to Introduce Yourself

Whenever you introduce yourself, the person you meet is not the most important audience.

You are the most important audience.

Here’s why.

I like to ride bicycles. I’m not super fit. And I’m not super fast. But I like riding, and in weak moments occasionally even think of myself as a “cyclist.”

So occasionally I ride in mass participation events like gran fondos. The average participant tends to be a serious cyclist: Many are triathletes, some are amateur racers, and occasionally even a few professionals show up. I live in a valley between two mountain ranges, so our events are not for the faint of fitness.

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  1. I really enjoyed this article and it is so true in today’s society. I’ve found that most men define themselves by their job/career (myself included sometimes). This makes me want to stop and smell the roses.