“Defining who we are and what our lives are to be about is essential to living a skillful life.” ABOUT DEFINING YOUR LIFE We are what we are to the exclusion of all other things. You being you means that you aren’t anyone or anything else by default. Whatever it is that you are, it is self-contained within the boundaries you draw around yourself. If we don’t deliberately define those boundaries they will be created for us, and seldom if ever to our suiting. THE PROGRAM I am an analyst by trade and by nature. Through my own life journey and analysis, I've found that everything is essentially interconnected an interrelated. This means that our lives and identities are something that we must deliberately craft if we are to be happy and content with either of them. This means that who we are and what we should be isn't discernible until we extract ourselves mentally from the soup of potential and possibility available to us. In this program… 1. I’ll show you how to view yourself as a part of a universal whole. 2. I’ll explain why we must carve ourselves out of this universe of possibilities. a. I’ll explain what the result of not doing so looks like. 3. I’ll show you how to define yourself and your life. a. I’ll explain what this provides/benefits. A PEEK INSIDE... THE PROBLEM We spend most of our lives loosely defining ourselves through comparison and competition. As early as infancy, we began to distinguish our bodies from the rest of the world. As we grow, we measure ourselves against our peers. That peer group soon expands to include most of society. The problem is, we never intentionally carve ourselves out from the crowd. This leaves us with little identity and notion of who we truly are beyond what society has imposed on us and what we have assimilated passively ourselves. With a life and identity handed to you by others, or arbitrarily adopted from life experience, a purpose true to us is next to impossible to have. Finding meaning and purpose for our lives is a next to impossible task. THE SOLUTION To find a true identity, to find meaning and purpose, we must understand ourselves, our world, and how the two relate to one another. WHY DEFINITION? Being an analyst, I’ve searched for a no-nonsense way to find our true selves and purpose. What I found was a direct parallel between vision and definition. The more clearly defined a thing becomes, the sharper the distinction between it other things becomes, the better they are able to be seen. THE SECRET Defining a life makes everything easier to see. This is similar to how a higher resolution picture on a television is clearer and a more faithful representation of the source. No longer are you clouded with infinite possibilities. No longer are you hampered by poorly fitting pursuits. THE RESULT A life that draws you in like gravity. A life that you can’t resist living. How can you when you and your purpose are blindingly clear? How has defining my life helped me? ● I am unshakably certain about who and what I am. ● I have accepted myself completely, the good and the less desirable parts. ● I have found meaning in a world that is seemingly devoid of any. ● I have found my purpose and path in life. ● I am at peace in nearly every moment. What I’m certain that you will gain by defining your life. • A rock-solid sense of self. • Strength and confidence to live “Your” life. • Strength and confidence to be “You”. • Freedom from the judgment and criticism of others. • Energy beyond imagination to work toward your life purpose.