It’s with great pleasure that I come to you today on this episode on The Keys to Staying True to Yourself.
We most times we end up very unhappy and wonder why. Many life events trigger certain changes in us as natural response to those situations. Our sole aim is to protect us from such re-occurrence in the future.
The sad part of this dynamic is that, life is full of events that may not be in our favour so we continue to change and make these adjustments until one day we wake up and realise that we have lost our “true self”! Once we lose our true self – the person we were born to be; unhappiness sets in, we lose track and our dreams are derailed.
Unfortunately, it is very difficult to see this happening until it has changed us completely because the process is very gradual.
It is based on this discovery that The Unchained Warrior Podcast was born.
A few years ago, I lost close to $30,000 to a fraudster while trying to help a friend buy a generator for his hotel in Nigeria. I came out of this deal, bruised and therefore made a very firm decision that I was done helping people in any shape or form.
However, I found that I was unhappy doing this as I met people in trouble that I would usually help and let them go without trying to help.
This is the danger of losing your true self!
I tried to be who I am not because I was hurt instead of seeking other options of staying true to myself.
Once I realised this, I spent some time thinking about it. It is in this process that I discovered that I can still continue to help but be careful how I do it to protect myself in the process. That is how I decided to create The Unchained Warrior Podcast, to inspire 1 billion people to live to their full potential.
When I made this decision, the anger dis-appeared and happiness re-appeared. Simply because I am staying and living true to my real self.
Warriors, if you or any one you know is at this stage in their life’s journey. I have some tips that will help. This is very crucial to good life, happiness, success and even greatness. This is because:
“it is in being your true self that greatness is discovered!”
Here are the suggestions on how you can avoid losing your true self:
Warriors, the truth is that you will never live happy, achieve success, greatness or have impact on the people around you unless you live true to yourself so it is a duty we all owe ourselves and the society to live true to ourselves.
I am hoping that this will help you as you go through this week and the rest of the year.
Thank you and best wishes for the new week.
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Be sure to share this with your friends and let me know what your think about this episode. My email is Chiedozie@unchainedwarrior.com and on Twitter @Unchain_Warrior Resource Recommendations The Success Principles by Jack Canfield – Amazing book that takes you steps by step through the journey of achieving beyond your wildest dreams. Think and Grow Rich – Think and Grow Rich! is the most widely acclaimed, influential book on success ever published.
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