To find your X, you must first know yourself well.
To know yourself well, you have to know how to stop and take stock.
And here are some questions you can ask yourself…
Make a list of :
- Your unwavering VALUES
What is important to you based on what makes you react most positively or negatively.
2. Your short-term NEEDS
What you need from an environment to thrive in today’s environment. It is important to know how to prioritize your criteria and make sure that the first 3 to 5 are met.
3. Your long-term DREAMS
What you would want for the future if everything were possible says a lot about you.
4. Your natural TALENTS
What you are passionate about, the occupations and ideas that motivate you and give you energy (even just thinking about them). These represent your developed or undeveloped talents. In any case, it is important to be able to put them to good use.
5.Your SUCCESSES & FAILURES so far
Taking stock of your life is interesting to learn about the elements that have contributed or been detrimental to your success conditions.
6. TheLEGACY you wish to leave to others, after you.
Anyone who is in the right place makes a positive contribution to their environment. A person who does not belong does the opposite, in spite of himself. By being on one’s X at work, one necessarily gives a legacy to one’s environment, one bears fruit. In order to find your way, it is interesting to ask yourself what kind of fruit you want to leave behind.
7. The definitive NOs in your life
Life experience teaches us what is good for us and what is not. Making a list of what doesn’t fit (or won’t fit) in a future role is important to avoid returning to the same unproductive patterns.
And there you have it!
You now have a clearer picture of your UNICITY and it is your duty to make the most of who you are.