Part One of Discover U in Ten Steps
Since my website is called the Daily PlanIt, it might not surprise you that one of my heroes is Superman! Knowing your heroes gives you insight into your character.
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.
- Famous People at Biography.com
- 100 Significant Americans at Smithsonianmag.com
- 100 Greatest Americans at University of Washington news
See a slideshow for more ideas at Who Are Your Heroes, one of the weekly activities for a Year of Personal Development.
The next step of Discover U in Ten Steps is to identify your strengths.
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