Reflections on 1 year on tour with Hamilton
20 things I learned about work, life, and myself.
- It is absolutely vital for your well-being and happiness to have friends at work.
- If it feels scary, then it’s probably the right thing.
- Walkable cities with reliable and diverse public transportation systems are the best.
- Getting to watch shows instead of playing in them is a blessing.
- When your environment is constantly changing and you strip away the people and things that make you feel “home,” then you begin to discover who you truly are and what you truly want.
- Even introverts have a limit to how much time they can spend alone.
- Four weeks in Vegas is too much.
- Sprinting is based on talent, Distance Running is based on character.
- AirBnBs are better than Hotels.
- The people around you are incredible resources-listen to them, learn from them, and collaborate with them.
- There’s nothing wrong with doing nothing on a day off.
- If you don’t practice, you won’t get any better.
- Never forget to take care of yourself, because no one else will.
- Vacations are just as much for you as they are for your coworkers.
- Hold on tight to the people that know the real you and love you all the more for it.
- If you aren’t a voice to make things better, then you are inviting complacency.
- Nothing beats a home-cooked meal and sleeping in your own bed.
- Despite the day to day ups and downs of life, make every effort to enjoy the ride-because you never know when it will end.
- “You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending.” -C. S. Lewis
- Give 100% of yourself to everything you do, otherwise you are wasting both yours and everyone else’s time.
P.S. I love my job, and I love you guys.
One thought on “20 Things I’ve Learned on Tour”
Well said…..great perspective on many levels…hope you can continue to enjoy the experience….I’m sure there are more than 20….;)