The need for self-empowerment in a healthy and fulfilling life is evident by its intrinsic benefits. To succeed, we first have to believe we can. This internal confidence strengthens our relationships, enhances our jobs, helps us reach goals, and overcome roadblocks. This is why empowering yourself, and potentially even those around you, is crucial.
Understanding your true self is a big deal. It can take time to get intimate with yourself (especially if you’ve never done it before) and learn who you are at the root and core of your being.
Every person has an authentic, actual self at the core of their being. However, this version of yourself isn’t always the one that gets presented to others. Have you ever done something and immediately thought, “that was so unlike me”? If so, you’ve experienced your public self in action!
You’ve probably been told at least once that you should live your truth as you go through life. But this phrase can be cryptic, leaving you to wonder what living your truth means. And the answer isn’t always easy because living your truth means different things to different people.