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Do you feel you don't understand your decisions or motivations?Acting as a bystander in your own life? 

Discover the strengths of your personality and how to use them to make better life choices. 

In Who You Were Born To Be, you'll learn some of the most influential personality-related studies. Thanks to these studies you'll learn to capitalize on your strengths, and how you can you become the best version of yourself. 

It is a crippling feeling to not find a place in the world where you belong. Without self-awareness and a deep knowledge of what you like and want it is difficult to establish a meaningful connection with others. By increasing self-knowledge, you'll be able to connect with yourself and others deeper, focus on what truly matters to you, and have a better quality of life.

Studies from Gary Chapman, Carl Jung, Isabel Briggs Myers, Katherine Briggs, Gary Keller and many others come together to create an insightful, research-based, psychologically-proven framework for the best ways to discover and improve yourself. They are easily implementable in your daily life to level up your self-worth, self-acceptance, and self-love. 

Knowing thyself is the key to have a better, well-balanced, and stress-free life. 

- Understand where your lack of self-esteem is coming from. 
- Discover your temperament's strengths and weaknesses.
- Be your best self in your relationships. 

Discover your true interests, values, and desires. 

- Improve the way you express love and remorse to others.
- Dive deep into the science of personality following the works of Freud, Jung, and Myers-Briggs to get an objective view on yourself. 
- Learn to embrace your true self without shame.

Knowing yourself helps you see opportunities where you were once blind. Make better decisions about your life and understand the world better. To be able to understand what's outside the box, first you have to know what is inside. Don't let others tell you what is good for you, see it for yourself.

Gesundheit, Körper und Geist
9. Juni
Zoe McKey

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