What Am I?

In the past, I would often wake up with a huge list of to-dos and/or meetings that I didn't really want to be a part of.  I would dread the day, and sure enough what I put out to the world is what I got back:  a boring, dreadful day.  In iMatter, we help people go from Am I, to I Am. As I started to realize who I am, there was a sense of peace. There was a sense that I was putting energy into the person I am.  A huge revelation came to me not too long ago, that I am a writer.  I used to think:  “who am I to say I'm a writer?  I can't write.  What do I have to write about?”  That's the chatter that was going on in my head.