Have You Lost Sight of What You Really Enjoy?

Find your traits that make you tick.

Have You Lost Sight of What You Really Enjoy? 20160412_220558000_iOSDo you know what makes you tick or get up every morning? Yesterday my wife and I traveled to Boulder Colorado to get our LifePlan Certification. This is one of those purposeful, but comfort zone stretchers for both of us. It is aligned with our individual life plans, so we are holding each other hands through the process and enjoying the next chapter of us. It is great to have someone you can grow with and be with in uncomfortable situations.

As we were preparing for our classes, there was a section of the study about our traits that I thought might be good for everyone to know. I am passionate about helping people know their strengths, know their why, and live on purpose. Below are some classifications of traits that may help you identify where you will be the happiest in life.

  • Passion – passion is what makes work play. It is what you love to do.
  • Needs – this is beyond the basic needs of life. It is about you being you.
  • Drives – these are compulsions, not passions. It is why you do what you do.
  • Obsessions – these are what you feel you have to do. It is what you can’t help but think about.
  • Characteristics – these are what others see in you both internal and external. It is how you describe yourself.
  • Qualities – these are characteristics of what you have become. It is your inner core.
  • Yearnings – these are deep desires. It is what you long for.
  • Hopes – these are your expected future. It is who you hope to be.
  • Achievements – these are your accomplishments. It is what you are proud of.

It is important for you to know yourself so you can make life decisions that are in your best interest today and in your future. Knowing and growing in your strengths area and knowing the above traits will help you navigate decisions and priorities to help you live your life on purpose.

Action Items

  • Review the traits above and see if you can identify and write down your traits.
  • Challenge yourself to think about what you want to accomplish in the next:
    • 1 Year
    • 3 Years
    • 10 Years
  • Do a Life Plan if you haven’t already.

Good Luck – it’s your life so own it…

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