Some say it's wrong to divide your life to periods of time, like decades. They say it makes the end visible. Others quote the Roman poet Horace: "carpe diem" ("seize the day"). I tend to take the road in the middle; summarize the past, plan the near future, and leave the rest to the unknown.
The most significant thing in summarizing my past, is what I have learned about myself. Today, I can answer some basic questions:
- Who am I? What is special about me? What characterizes me the most?
- What do I do best?
- What do I like doing most?
- What are my weaknesses?
- What are my top 3 ambitions in life?
Try answering these questions, and see if your answers reflect reality: take everything that you do best. Is your answer to question 2 the common ground for all of them? Think of all the things you do in your spare time. Is that your answer to question 3? In a job interview, when the interviewers asks you to tell about yourself. Will you answer what you answered to questions 1-4? Think of what you do most of your time - is that helping reaching your ambitions of question 5?
Food for thought.
Question is - what's more important: the invastigation process or reaching the answers?
Good questions, bro. Fine and true answers as well. Courageous and smart as usual. Keep on the good work and the good life
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