Remember when "Take Our Daughters to Work" happened? Today it's called, "Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work." The idea is for children to explore the idea of having jobs and careers. I remember hanging out at my dad's office when I was a kid. He was different there. At work, he seemed to show a side that he kept hidden at home. I sometimes wondered, who is this guy?
How do we end up as one person at work, and a different person at home? In what ways could our home-life inform the way we are at work? Or the other way around?
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