“If you don’t know who you truly are, you’ll never know what you really want.”
― Roy T. Bennett
At some point or the other, all of us had faced this question – “Tell me something about yourself” or “How will you describe yourself?”
Do you ever sit back and wonder who you really are? Well many of us have a constant and consistent sense of “me,” but even after that stable definition of “me” it’s not at all uncommon hearing other people remark “I didn’t know you were like that!” or “I didn’t expect you to behave in such a way“.
Ever thought why does it happen like that? It’s because there is no permanent answer to the definition of self. If any one will ask me “who are you?”. My answer will be “I am what I learn” and will keep on changing as I continue to learn and grow.
- Connect to yourself even though it’s only for few minutes
- Express yourself without regard to its likes or dislikes by others
- Start doing what you always wanted to do as a kid
- Take it easy, give yourself ample of time to act on something
- Engage with people who are like you, create a bonding that will last
- Scribble down your random thoughts, they might be the key to your problems
- Learn to say “No” to things that you are not comfortable with
- Always remind yourself the importance of being you.
So, What about you? Are you growing up to be who you truly are?