Who Are You?

One of the biggest challenges we face in today’s world is how and when we find our true path to success. For instance, we may take a job or position as a manager and find out we don’t like it, or we take a huge risk into the unknown field of being an entrepreneur to perhaps fail after several years before getting financially successful.

The point is, we all want to get someplace in our lives where we can gain importance by claiming land or by making our “mark”. Even in Ancient Egyptian times, the land was the basis of wealth and power. For example, most Egyptians lived on the land, but few ever owned it. This was the result of a polarisation of society which began in pre-dynastic times, which occurs even today.

Some important questions we need to ponder are:

Is it worth the sacrifices to get there? Do I have the stamina, strength, and personality to reach my full potential? How can I reach my goals as a successful entrepreneur?

To answer some of those questions, we have to dig deep. For pointers, take a trip outside the house and venture someplace unique if you are an introvert (i.e. landscapes or scenic views are nice).

In fact, there are some helpful tests that determine your personality, which may benefit you along the way such as the Myer’s Briggs Test and other online tests. Maybe these tips can help you find your strengths and weaknesses, so please check it out if you have the opportunity.

From my own personal experience, it’s been roughly 3 weeks now with getting into new ideas and out of my comfort zone. I am an INTP. Unfortunately, the INTP is one of the most challenging types of minds to work with, which makes it even harder to get out of this rut of mine! lol, GREAT! But, seriously, you have what it takes to get out there and explore, especially if you know why.


Tips/Recap: Challenge yourself by doing something awesome each day!


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