In India, Mirror is popularly known as “I know”. It states that when you stand in front of me, mirror says, “I know what you are.”
People usually do not know themselves.
Confucius says profoundly, “The longest journey of any person in the world is the journey inward.” Mutual discovery is important for knowing what you are.
If you do not know what you are then what are the ways to know “What am I?”
A) You can call your close friend, colleague, wife or a business partner. Ask them to write five best points of yourself and five worst points of yourself. Also direct them to be very much honest.
B) Collect all the points. Read, Analyze, Review and Re-read.
C) Resolve areas of improvement. (Do not take major changes. Small improvements are achievable and possible.)
D) Start these applications from the moment you come to know.
E) After few days ask for feedback from the same people. If possible try to know and note the visible changes in you. (If you do not receive any feedback, it means, people have not found any noticeable change in you.)
F) Listen to feedback very actively and with full interest.
G) Review your next course of action. Re-plan for the further plan of action.
H) Follow vigourously your plan of action.
Trust me, after training millions of people of 63 countries, I have confidence that you will surely believe that deep changes in your life is possible and achievable. Self brought up changes will create another man/woman in you. Very high valued man with untapped potentiality will start living in you. You will strongly believe that high potentiality was dying inside you.