I envision myself ten years from now as a strong, independent, healthy, and, most importantly, happy woman, and I am aware that the only person who can get me there is myself by putting all of my enthusiasm, effort, and drive into everything I do. I want to be able to look back at this picture and be proud of where I've come.
I know that my career will be one of the factors that determines how successful I am as an entrepreneur, but I also believe that you shouldn't put your all into something you don't enjoy. Thus, my goal is to have a business that makes enough money so that I can work in my dream job while still having time left over for me to pursue other passions.
The journey to reaching these goals may not be easy, but I'm determined to stick with it.
I consider myself as a human being capable of doing things both right and wrong. I believe in embracing my weaknesses and working on them, as well as acknowledging my errors and avoiding repeating them. I am just like every other human being that works hard to fulfill his or her aspirations.
I think everyone wants to be important and recognize for what they contribute to society. When you get older, you will realize that none of us are really important by themselves. We only have value because of others. All we can do is try to make people feel good about themselves and their decisions to hire us. That's why I call myself a professional listener - because I want to make people feel better about themselves.
In addition to listening, another important aspect of my personality is that I'm very compassionate. I know there are bad people in the world who would not hesitate to hurt others if they could benefit from it. But I also know there are good people who would go to great lengths to help others. I believe we should all be tolerant of each other's differences but at the same time we must fight against violence and intolerance. In fact, that's one of my goals here at the clinic - to help patients understand that no one should judge anyone else even if they think they're acting in their own best interest.
Finally, I would say I'm quite a positive person.
Here are six methods for identifying your genuine self and making the transition to becoming and living as your true self simpler.
1. Do not strive to please others. There is an issue if you never do what you want to do but always do what... 2. Don't be concerned about how others see you. Regularly considering how others view you may cause you to change for the better. 3. Learn More About Yourself - This will help you become a better person. Know your strengths and weaknesses, as well as those of others. Also, learn when to say "no" so that you don't overextend yourself. 4. Find Friends Who Will Support You - Having friends support you during difficult times helps them feel important too. If you want to stay true to yourself, then you need friends who understand you. 5. Change What You Can, Accept What You Cannot - It is best to focus on improving certain aspects of your life rather than giving up completely. 6. Be Patient With Yourself - Remember that progress does not happen overnight. 7. Forgive Others Their Sins, But Keep Your Resentments Alive Within You - Holding a grudge only serves to hurt you more. 8. Live Each Day As It Comes Without Regretting The Past or Looking Forward To The Future - Every day has potential to be your last so make every moment count. 9. Understand That Not Everyone Will Like How You Stay True To Yourself - This is part of being human. Nobody can please everyone all the time so accept people for who they are rather than who you think you want them to be.
Make it as comprehensive as possible, identifying yourself as a full person: physically, cognitively, emotionally, and spiritually.
Imagining myself in 10 years can only offer a rough idea of what the future holds for me. Some may turn out to be true, while others will not. Still, what matters is that the future be an exciting place where everything is conceivable. And it is here that we anchor our objectives so that we may work hard to achieve them later.
My imagination runs the gamut - from being a millionaire to being arrested for drug trafficking. There are many ways my life could play out over the next decade. But no matter how it turns out, I hope to be happy.
I aspire to have developed my full potential, accomplished my mission, and attained financial independence in 10–15 years. I would be able to travel globally for job or pleasure, as well as engage in the lives of others, making a difference both personally and professionally.
In addition to having a fulfilling career, saved enough money, and lived below your means, my life in 10 years will look similar to how it does now, except that I'll be even more driven because I know what's ahead for me and why I'm on this journey in the first place.
The only difference is that I will have experienced these events first-hand and will have gained even more knowledge from them.
My mission is to help people transition out of their jobs and into their own businesses, so they can stop working for someone else and start working for themselves. If you are looking to do the same, then I recommend you read my article titled: "How My Experience Can Help You Start Your Own Business."
I started my business at the age of 24 and within five years, I was able to make a full time income by working less than 20 hours per week. Today, I still work less than 20 hours per week but now I choose which projects to work on and where to invest my time.