Identifying Your Human Potential
Posted on December 01, 2011 by Sabrina Roffman LMHC, One of Thousands of Relationship Coaches on Noomii.
Becoming who you want to be in life.
Identifying Your Human Potential as an Empowered Woman
Discovering what makes you “tick” is integral to identifying your own human potential. Knowing what you’re good at and what you want to do in life will make your life more satisfying and fulfilling long term.
If you’re struggling to figure out your own strengths and abilities, consider these questions and suggestions to help you identify your own potential:
1. What do you love to do? Write it down. Your passion in a specific area will enhance your abilities to achieve in related activities.
2.Listen to what others say about you. Although you’ll have your own concept of who you are and what you’re good at, paying attention to what others say to you about you will offer insight into some of your talents and skills you might not have considered.
•What other people see as your strengths will most likely be areas that you perform well in. You gain valuable information by listening to others’ comments about you and to you.
3.What is your dream career? Throughout life, you’ve perhaps thought about more than one or two careers you’d enjoy. Maybe as a child, you wanted to be a doctor. During your adolescent years, you loved archeology and thought you’d go in to a related career. But now, you’re an adult in the working world. Is this the job you truly want?
•If you’d rather be doing something else, what would it be? Let your mind go. You want to work on a cruise ship that travels from one Caribbean island to another. You dream about working in the fashion industry. Maybe you’ve always wanted to own a restaurant where you cooked for everyone.
•The point is that when a particular idea has stuck with you over the years, you’ll no doubt be highly motivated to make it happen and fulfill your potential.
4.Surround yourself with people you love. People whom you love and who love you inspire you to go for what you want in life. They nurture, support, and encourage you.
•Ensure you have plenty of loving, caring people around you to provide inspiration to fuel your potential.
5. Can you find a mentor? A mentor is someone who’ll help you cultivate your greatest joy, interest or talent. They’re usually a person who excels in the area that you’re interested in pursuing. An effective mentor can help you identify and even fulfill your potential.
•When you have a role model who thoroughly knows about a subject that’s close to your heart, you’ll push yourself to learn more and excel in your chosen area.
Once you know what you love to do, you’ll be closer to identifying your potential in life. Also, being in touch with your own strengths and having supportive people, including a mentor, around you will help. Focus on discovering your own potential to create the life you desire.