I was doing some research about playwrights, when I came across an interesting fact:
Pulitzer Prize winner Margaret Edson, for her play Wit, remains a public school teacher with no plans to write another show.
I love this. This woman had an incredible story to tell – worked hard to get it produced – saw accolades and acknowledgment for her effort – and continued to teach, because she loved it.
We’re not all one thing. Sometimes it’s not what we do for work that defines us. No employee is just an employee, and no one should forget what kind of dreams and drive that others may have.
Margaret Edson is a teacher. And a playwright.
What are you?