Who Are You?

If you truly want to figure out Who You Are, you will begin by thinking of the word TEAM.


Team personality traits:

Top Gun – Extrovert- motivated and ready to win.  No nonsense.

Engager-Also extroverted, social leaders and action takers.  Self confident. Detail oriented.

Accommodater-Introverts but desire to be liked.  Good planners, sensitive, loyal and dependable.

Meticulous-Introverts.  Aim for quality and Consistency.  Like to work alone.  Absorb information.   Logical and Detail Oriented.

Begin by learning which one of these personality types is more like you, it will help you determine who you are.  What are your likes and dislikes?  What do you want to achieve in life?

“If you want to be original just try being yourself, because God has never made two people exactly alike.”–Bernard Meltzer

“I feel that the simplicity of life is just being yourself.”–Bobby Brown

The simple fact is that – YOU ARE ALREADY PERFECT! You just have to learn your personality traits and work with them.  We each may have a little of each of these personality traits.  However,  which one you are you most comfortable with!  Determine what you are good at.

All of nature, or existence, or reality, or whatever you prefer to call it, is already perfect.

There is nothing outside of yourself that you need to find to complete you. You are already complete.

“Being yourself is one of the greatest things you can possibly do. Being true to yourself.”–Jann Wenner


Everything you need to “be you” is already within you.  It is your responsibility to determine and release your assets or talents.  You are perfect within yourself.  You just have to learn Who You Are really.

A rock is a rock. It doesn’t try to be anything other than itself. It does not look elsewhere for its identity. It just is a rock, and it’s perfect.

A tree does not try to be something it’s not. It’s a tree. And it spends its time just being a tree.  Without struggle, it is what it is- perfect.

If you were meant to be something or someone else, then you would be.

“Really rejoice in being yourself. Have your own drumbeat.”–Kim Cattrall

So why don’t you feel perfect? Why are you not happy? Why are you looking outside of yourself for that something else which will complete you?

These things are just your external environment. And if you wish to change them, you can certainly do it. The circumstances you live with now are a result of your choices thus far, and it is possible for  you to create a new life for the future by choosing to make changes in your life, and taking appropriate action.

If that is your desire, you can change your finances. You can change your career. You can improve your relationships. And making these changes will certainly make your life different.

Personal development and growth does not improve you. It simply expands your awareness of the truth- that you are already perfect.  God created you and all He creates is perfect in itself.  We must realize, though, that life is a training ground where we are to learn and increase daily.

Until you recognize this fact, you will continue in your suffering.

Happiness cannot be found outside you. Happiness comes from within, when you give up the illusion, and just love yourself unconditionally.

So! How about no more thinking, “I should be this…”, or “I should have that.” How about thinking, “I am exactly who I am, and no-one can do a more perfect job at it than me.”


“Don’t try to be like me. Try to be like yourself. Try to be very good at being yourself.”–Josh Groban

Learn to be happy being who you are.  Remember to be completely happy, you must learn to look beyond your talents and your likes.  Be your natural self.  Know who you are!

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Angela Valadez

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  • Thanks for your feedback Bob.  Exactly...

  • Good article, Angela...great reminders...simply put, be yourself...everyone else is taken...:)

  • Very good comment Julie.  Aiming for excellence is the utmost. When striving for excellence you already know who you are for sure.  Thanks for your feedback.

  • This is a very interesting blog Angela, and I understand your point.  I do like who I am and what I stand for.  I am a good person.  I believe, however, that my perception of "perfect" is different from yours.  I aim for excellence, not perfection.  I will share this very interesting post.

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