This isn't the normal "what do I tell non-IMers" question - the opposite in fact.
I was at an IM seminar/workshop recently and people kept asking me what IM stuff I do and I constantly found myself avoiding the question and giving general answers.
Not because I don't want to share what I do, but more because I don't think what I do is something other people should be focused on.
Now, I know that I've been able to help a lot of people over the years by sharing what's worked for me, but I've always steered clear of just blatantly telling people all about what I do.
I know some people will assume that it's because of some selfish desire to keep my cards close to my chest and not give away the lessons I've learned over the years for free, but it's actually driven by the fact that I just don't like to blow my own trumpet. I'll talk all day to someone about what else they could be doing - I love helping people and coming up with creative suggestions for them. But for some reason I just don't feel the same when it comes talking about myself.
Can anyone relate to that? or is it just me?