Who Defines You?
Let’s consider a few facts that might help:
>You are not your job. It is not what defines you – you define you not your job or what you do.
>You are not your relatives or your friends. They should not define you. They define who they are, not who you are.
>You are not your employers, teachers or your mentors or your neighbors or co-worker one, two, or three, etc. They do not define you. They define who they are, not who you are.
You should define who you are – you decide what you believe and how you define yourself. Yes – as you go through your life you will be influenced by others but even though they are influencers in your life they do not define you. You do.
Influencers are compelling forces in your life so choose wisely when you decide who you allow to influence you and your choices about who you are, who you want to be and who defines you!
The answer to that question should always be – You Do! You define You! So go and look into your mirror and say Hello You – and get to know yourself because who you are is who defines you and who determines who you want to be, and what you want to become. If you don’t like who you are only you can change that. If you do like who you are then move forward being the best you that you can be. YOU really are the only one who can truly DEFINE YOU!
It's not always easy to determine who you want to be or how you want the world to view you; but even though it may take you awhile to really get to know yourself - you should take the time to really become acquainted with yourself. Finding your best self and being your best self is a gift you give to yourself and also to all the people in your life!
“Who Defines You? You Do !!! And You Can Be Amazing! Tell Yourself That Everyday !"
“I Aspire To Inspire”
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