♥ Lenses of YOU

Understand yourself.

 “The unexamined life is not worth living”
Socrates

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Go to the Lenses of You Go to the Lenses of People Go to the Lenses of the World Go to the Lenses of Work Go to the Lens of You Go to the Lens of People Go to the Lens of the World Go to Lens of Work Go to Lens of Gratitude Go to the Lens of the Boss Go to the Lens of Essential Experiences Go the Lens of Values Go the Lens of Character Go to the Lens of Good vs. Nice Go to the Lens of Health Go to the Lens of Thinking Go to the Lens of Self-Love Go to the Lens of Forgiveness Go to the Lens of Personal Narrative Go to the Lens of Authenticity Go to the Lens of Fairness Go to the Lens of Family Go to the Lens of Friendships Go to the Lens of Community Go to the Lens of Judgement Go to the Lens of War vs. Peace Go to the Lens of the Common Good Go to the Lens of the Crowd Go to the Lens of Loving Others Go to the Lens of Empathy Go to the Lens of the Human Condition Go to the Lens of Accountability Go to the Lens of the Hero's Journey Go to the Lens of Integrity Go to the Lens of Salesmanship Go to the Lens of the Unknown Go to the Lens of Power Go to the Lens of Purpose Go to the Lens of Mortality Go to the Lens of Love of the Work Go to the Lens of Now vs. Later Go to the Lens of Leadership Go to the Lens of Return on Investment Go to the Lens of the Product Go to the Lens of the Hierarchy Go to the Lens of Motivation Go to the Lens of Loving the World Go to the Lens of Wealth Go to the Lens of Nature Go to the Lens of Attitude Go to the Lens of Needs Go to the Lens of Followership Go to the Lens of Knowing vs. Doing Go to the Lens of the Economy Go to the Lens of the Markets Go to the Lens of Entropy Go to the Lens of Story Go to the Lens of Growth

What would you say if someone at a party asked you, “Who are you?” Depending on the context, you might answer in terms of a relationship, (“I’m Andy’s friend.”), your status in the world (“I own a major law firm.”), or based on what you do (“I am a programmer.”)

Those things are important, to be sure, and we address those issues with the Lenses of: People, the World, and Work.

These questions on the hearts are designed to help you understand who are you, and how do you think and feel. What are you grateful for, and who is in charge of your life? What does it feel like to be you, and what is essential to the experiences you want?

What do you value? What is your character, and do you strive to be a good person when there are forces at work that might make it hard or unrewarding to be good? Is good health important to you, and if so, are you taking care of it?

Do you know how to think in all the ways there are?

What is your relationship with your self. Do you forgive your mistakes. What is your story so far?

Finally we ask, “Are you who you say you are?” Most of us describe ourselves as the person we wish we were instead of who we actually are. Being who you say you are takes work. Not only must you examine yourself honestly, you must strive to live up to the person you want to be.

 


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