“He kind of flies under the radar”.
This phrase, and words with similar meaning, have been used to describe me many times. Sometimes the speaker is talking to me; sometimes it’s a conversation when I am not present. When I hear someone say this of me, I smile.
I smile because those who “fly under the radar” can plan and work without attention; without people trying to get a sneak peek or influence their creative process or result. Then they emerge when the work of creation is done and shake things up. Those who need to be the center of attention can have their spotlight. I’ll let people notice me on my own terms.
Yeah, that’s my style.
5 thoughts on “Under the Radar”
It’s the ones who fly under the radar you got to look out for. ha. Never change.
(Evil laugh) 🙂 Thanks, Tosha.
Look out for the quiet ones……………………..not. Under the radar is fun… no oxygen needed
This was a powerful post…in a quiet way. He flies under the radar, doesn’t throw out unneeded words.
Thanks very much for reading.