How To Discover The Real You
I got an email from one of my readers recently asking for help on this topic. Since I’m writing a book on how to discover the real you, I thought I’d put off writing a blog post (or two) until later.
That is until I realized that my reader needed to reflect on why she wants to find the real her and what will happen if she never does.
So if you are interested to find how to discover the real you please read out this blog.
Being quiet is the best way to discover the real you.
we can hear our inner voice, When we are quiet. We can listen to what it is saying and listen to our hearts. We can listen to our true feelings and what makes us happy.
When we are quiet, we can connect with others more deeply. We can see their beauty and feel their pain as if they were our own.
When we are quiet, we will find ourselves connecting with people who share our interests and passions…we will find ourselves connecting with people who love us for who we are…we will find ourselves connecting with people who want to be friends with us because of who we are.. not because what they think we should be like!
Realize Who You Are
Discover The Real You by Realizing who you truly are, not who you want to be
Do you know who you are?
It’s easy to get caught up in the rat race of life and forget who we are. It’s easy to get caught up in the busyness and forget why we’re here.
So many people go through their lives trying to live up to what society expects them to be or what other people think they should be. But the truth is that there is only one person in this world who knows exactly who they are: YOU!
I’ve always been a bit of an introvert, so I understand how difficult it can be for some people to “be themselves” and not worry about what others think about them.
But once we allow ourselves to be genuine with others and ourselves, we become happier individuals because we can finally accept ourselves for who we are instead of trying to fit into society’s mold.
Why Is It Important To You?
Discover The Real You by thinking about Why is it important to you.
What is the real you?
You might think that your life is everything, but I want you to think about something.
Please go back in time and think about when your parents were born. Did they have a job? Did they have a college degree?
Now, go back even further and think about when your grandparents were born. Did they have a job? Did they have a college degree?
If we keep going back in time, we will eventually get to the point where no one is left alive who knows anything about our ancestors.
Even though we may not know all the details of our past, it’s safe to say that there was some struggle involved in getting from where we are today to where we were yesterday.
In other words, regardless of whether or not you like what happened in history, it still happened so that you could be here now reading this article! There must be some reason why this happened, right?!
Be Honest With Yourself
Most people don’t realize they are living a lie. This is because they have accepted their lives and personalities as normal when they are not.
We all have our own set of values, beliefs, and dreams, but we often don’t realize that these things are not what make us who we are.
We all want to be happy, but we don’t always know how to achieve it. We may think that happiness comes from money or success or fame, but the truth is that happiness comes from within you.
It is your mind that creates your feelings of happiness or unhappiness. It doesn’t matter how wealthy or successful you are.
If you can’t experience genuine joy inside yourself, it doesn’t matter what material goods you surround yourself with – it won’t make you happy.
So why do so many people continue to chase success when it doesn’t bring them true happiness? Why do so many people continue to pursue material wealth when it gets them no real value?
Because we have been conditioned into thinking that this is what life is all about; chasing after money
Learn The Art Of Self-knowledge
Discover The Real You by Learning the art of self-knowledge
“Self-knowledge is the beginning of all wisdom.” – Socrates.
When we are young, our parents tell us who we are and how we should behave. They teach us lessons about life and give us advice about dealing with challenges. However, when we enter adulthood and become independent, it’s time for us to figure out who we are.
This can be a difficult process as many of us don’t even know where to begin or what questions to ask ourselves. If you want to discover who you are, here are some tools that will help you get started:
1) Write down ten things that make up your identity. These can be physical attributes such as height or weight; personality traits like kindness or humor; social roles such as husband/wife/mother/father; achievements like becoming an Olympic athlete or winning an award; possessions such as cars, houses, or money; relationships with people who are important in your life; or anything else that defines who you are.
2) Now, write down ten things that you like about yourself and ten things that annoy you (not qualities mentioned above).
Discover Your Core Values
Discover the real you by discovering your core values. When you know what is important to you, you can make choices aligned with those values.
People who are aware of what is important to them and where they are going are happier and more successful than those who don’t.
What does it mean to discover your core values? To find your core values, begin by asking yourself questions: What do I want to do with my life? Where do I see myself in five years? Ten years? Twenty years? Who am I as a person? What are my passions? What defines my success?
Once you have answered these questions, look at the results and see if some patterns or themes emerge. For example, if one answer shows up repeatedly, it might be one of your core values.
Then ask yourself what this means for how you live your life right now. Is this already part of how you live, or would it be something new that needs to be added to the mix of things you already do every day?
What Activity Makes Me Feel Better
There are many ways to discover the real you. One way is by thinking of activities that make you feel better. For example, if you feel sad, try to think about what action makes you feel better.
Maybe it’s listening to music or running or even reading a book. Try to think about it and write it down in your journal.
Another way is by asking yourself questions about yourself like “What am I good at?”, “Who am I?” “What do I want?”. Write down the answers in your journal.
What Are Your Beliefs?
You are the person you choose to be. You have the power to change your life. You can do what you want, be who you want to be, and have what you want in life. You are not limited by your past or present circumstances.
You can take control of your thoughts and actions and make positive changes.
It’s time for you to discover the real you by thinking about what are your beliefs?
You don’t need to wait for others’ approval or validation. It is not about being perfect or having all the answers but about making progress toward achieving goals that matter most to you and making a difference in this world by being yourself and living life on your terms!
Find What You Are Passionate About
To discover the real you, it is important to find out what you are passionate about. This can be done by exploring your passions and interests.
If you have ever been told that you are good at something, that is probably one of your passions. If you like doing something and are good at it, this will likely become one of your passions.
To find out what your passions are, there are several things that you can do:
Explore different hobbies and interests: Try different things in life and see which ones catch your attention more than others. For example, try new sports or activities and see if they interest you or not. If they do, then they may well be an indication of what your passion could be.
Ask friends and family: Ask those close to you whether they think there is anything in particular that you are good at or enjoy doing more than others do? This could provide some insight into what your passion might be.
Think about how much time you spend doing certain activities – Consider how much time you spend on certain actions compared with others?
Assess Your Relationships
Being self-aware is a hard task to accomplish. We are all guilty of letting our emotions get the best of us and making decisions based on our feelings.
But when we can assess our attitudes, emotions, and behaviors, we stand a much better chance of creating positive changes in our lives.
Relationships are one of the first places where people experience issues with self-awareness. They can be challenging because they require you to interact with another person.
However, suppose you can identify your strengths and weaknesses regarding relating with others. In that case, you will be able to gain insight into how you can improve yourself as an individual.
Here are some ways to discover who you are by examining your relationships:
Take stock of what makes you happy or sad when interacting with others: Are there certain situations that make you feel uncomfortable? What do these situations have in common?
Are there certain people who cause these feelings? How do these situations make you feel?
Do they affect any other areas of your life besides just social interactions? By taking note of what makes you happy or sad while interacting with others