QLC 004: How to Figure Out Who You Really Are

Today I’m back with another solo round of The Quarter Life Comeback podcast.

This time, I share a really important question to ask ourselves now and then:

Do You Know You?

Or, more specifically, do you know who you are, what you want and why you’re here?

It can be easy to get swept away by all of the external factors in life, but knowing and remaining true to our own unique vision is huge! In the episode, I also share some of my favorite exercises for figuring all this out, which you’ll find in my ebook Do You Know You. You can pick up a free copy here.

Let’s go hang out…

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IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN:

  • Why your strengths matter (and how to find them)
  • Who to turn to when we need some wisdom
  • How to cultivate optimism and create what we want in life
  • A brainstorming exercise for awesome clarity
  • Why you don’t need to “find your purpose”

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Intro by Daniella Pellegrini | Music Credit: CharlestheFirst — Letting Go

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Originally published at bryanteare.com on March 21, 2016.

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