The Real You: Overcoming Identity Confusion Part 2

Ultimate Blog Challenge Post 3

Last month I shared some key insights into the state of identity confusion.  This included providing a bit of psychological background into the origins of this term as well as some benefits to getting clear on who you are.  Knowing your true self is about having a clear identity (you can read part 1 here)

I promised I’d be back with a second installment in this series as it’s something that I see as a big challenge for many people.   So here it is, part 2 of the Overcoming Identity Confusion series, The Real You

In this post I agreed to share with you key insights into how to create a powerful identity and I plan to do that by sharing 3 things that you are probably doing right now that are potentially leading to increased confusion, growing overwhelm, loss of confidence and a sense of not only “who am I” but “what on earth am I doing?”

3 Actions Destined To Keep You Hiding And Confused

  1. Comparison
  2. Self Doubt
  3. Not Following Through

BONUS:  3 Counter-Actions To Take To Show Up As The Real You

  1. Speak With Your Own Voice
  2. Do Things Your Way
  3. Be Self Committed 100% Of The Time

Over the coming days I’ll be expanding on each of these actions and counter-actions by sharing more about each and what to do to live your innate potential, freely and limitlessly

Until then please feel free to share your thoughts and experiences on your own inner (or outer) confusion by adding a comment below

2 thoughts on “The Real You: Overcoming Identity Confusion Part 2

  1. Jacqueline House

    Society tells us so may things about who we are. Discovering the truth, and then believing it is a huge obstacle for some. However, facing the truth is a must because it allows us to be our true selves.
    Thank you for your post!

    Jacqueline

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    1. Shannon Bush Post author

      Love your reflections Jacqueline. Thanks for taking the time to comment on my post today and share your thoughts. In my experience discovering these truths and as you say believing in them is a huge obstacle for many people. I do believe that it’s a hurdle that can be overcome and I certainly agree that facing the truth is, as you say, a must on the journey to becoming our true selves
      Wishing you a limitless life filled with succulent, effortless success
      Shannon

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