Who Are You? Part One of Discover U

Whether you are searching for a career, want to create a great relationship, or are wondering what you want to do with your life, there is one place you have to start. You have to know who you are. And that’s not always an easy task. It’s not just about where you live or what you do for a living. It’s not just about your favorite tv shows and favorite color. It’s not just about the roles that you play like parent or child. It’s about discovering your voice and learning how to speak your truth with it. It’s about getting in touch with the real you-your authentic self.

For all of these steps you will want to create an environment that will assist you in listening to your inner voice. Surround yourself with the sounds of music and scents and images that inspire you. Meditation, prayer, or taking a walk might inspire you. Find out what works best for you.

Getting started

Grab a pen and a notebook or some index cards. At the top of the page (or card) write HEROES. Think about some people that you really admire and why. Plant this thought in your brain and let it vegetate awhile until some really good ideas come out. A hero could be someone you know or someone who is famous, real people or characters from books or movies, from the present or the past…

For ideas, you can explore the Discovery Channel’s 100 Greatest Americans or Biography.com.
Coming up: In part two, explore your strengths.

Discover U in Ten Steps

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Posted in Discover U, goals, love & relationships, personal development
2 comments on “Who Are You? Part One of Discover U
  1. […] Five of Discover U Posted on July 25, 2006 by dailyplanit In part one you discovered your heroes. In part two you identified your strengths. In part three you explored your skills. In part four […]

  2. […] Seven of Discover U Posted on July 30, 2006 by dailyplanit In part one you discovered your heroes. In part two you identified your strengths. In part three you explored your skills. In part four […]

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