“No Person is free who is not master of himself.” ―Epictetus “I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.“ ―Psalms 139:14
It is only when you are comfortable with who you are that you will be able to find your voice and make any meaningful contribution. This is crucial for immigrants who may find themselves in situations where they are different from others and may not look, speak, or sound like those around them. If these immigrants are not comfortable with who they are, they will not rise up.
Do you know who you are? Have you put in the time, energy, and resources to figure out who you are? Many people spend their entire lives studying other subjects but never study who they are.
There is no other subject more important and fascinating than you, and you are being challenged here to figure out who you are. How far you will go, and the impact your life will have depends heavily on knowing who you are. Part of knowing who you are is uncovering your giftedness.
Order your resources: https://www.iemapproach.com/books