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"u." Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"Values and understand what success means you and that is why we have done the past two episodes not the past in terms of order. But you've done two episodes in the past. One of them is defining core values. The other one is defining success. So that now what we can do is fit those things into our lives and sort of figure out how to create our dream life right We want to make this down. We wanna break life down in one ear into three years and into five years because Basically dream life is not just something they you're saving for last. It's not something going to achieve after fifty years. You can hug dream bike in one year's time as wall. So what does that dream. Look like in one year's time and that's all we're going to be talking about okay. Let's get started so First of all step onto doing this is identifying your core corral us We've talked about this extensively and there's who episode on identifying core values if any more details will basically what i need you to do is sort of have this exploration and experimentation phase with your own self or you kind of trying to understand what your core values are and why you're truly value in life. What is truly meaningful to you There are a ton of online tools. That give you like a whole list of core values. I would not recommend you to just sit down with the list and identifying what your core values are because what that does is sort of Sometimes does is when you're sitting in the list and you're trying to circle out things. In black oldest. Might this might be value. That might be informed from how you're currently feeling in the moment. It is not very informed from who you truly are to have each truest of corelli's to list of core values that chewy. Who you are or are really meaningful to you. What you need to do is let your past actions. Neb your future goals guide those list of core values. Maybe start exploring me destructing long hire you. Spend your taher expand your life What you prioritize kind of environment you place yourself in. What kind of conversations do like to have. What kind of books do you like to reward kind of park. Cast you like to listen to all those things are actually pretty good 'indicative off your core values instead of just sitting down the list. What the list does go online and look of our core values list. What that list does solo put words to your feelings. It could be happiness. Maybe you'd really really search for happiness in whatever you're doing maybe it could be success. Maybe could be balance connection loyalty. Knowledge adventure held. These are all different core values for me. My karalliu is health. Its success and it's definitely authentic city so for me. Whatever i do i made sure that heli decision and hell does not mean looking certainly held Serving my body. Mind our spirit in some sort of way. That is what helped means to me. Second thing that i tried to go for success is if i do. I feel successful in a do. This task is this task. Bringing me some sort of satisfaction that again ties into personal definition of success. Third thing that tried to or value everywhere is tend to city so you see when you have your list off values you could have ten fifteen different core values power freedom. Meaningfulness interactions anything right. Then you have a list of core values you know. What motivates you in life and if you're clear about what values matter to you you're able to engage in a dream life that incorporates these values in ultimately.

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"u." Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"Amounts of books. You could find that. Grow your skills towards that so those folks will provide you with years of experience of the author and give you quick quick skills you need in order to reach your next goal so find books that show you the mindset. You need to adapt to to get where you want to get to achieve that next goal that you're going after so book. Creating is an excellent way to make sure that you are those goals achievable enter. Pick up on the skills that you need to for the goal that you're going after okay. Next one is setting time for reading so the easiest way to build a new habit Is to have sort of this comes from this bull called a Just okay so. I'm forgetting the name. But a put a description in the buyer but talks about building powerful habits and the way you can build powerful habits is by stacking it with another habit. What that means is like for example. We already had habit or brushing your teeth. Right foley up with the habit of reading a book. Let's say you decide for yourself. You're gonna Brush your teeth for the next..

"u." Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"They argue stuck in a life that you did not create for yourself and nine looking to leave from sitting back and letting life happen into new driving your own life to success the cut to a successful in wholesome life used to be long and binding journey and hugely someone else's especially if you are a recent graduate or did not have any clue registered. Hi and welcome to the unique. You podcast. i'm your host on kind of each episode of deleted. Podcast we uncover. What makes you you in the deep into topics at no one told you about each episode is defined and designed to help get into who you are and show you who you want to become regardless of who.

"u." Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"But that wasn't enough for me because let's say Going back to the same example still keep held and losing weight as same example. Health is truly very meaningful to me and it has one of my highest priorities and values. But at the same time. If i'm trying to be holding if i'm trying to lose weight let's say what what is not stopping me from going for reaching for the next piece of chocolate if i feel like having chocolate or feel like having something that no might not serve me. I'm not saying chocolate is bad by league can have chocolate. Go ahead but Let's say at ten piece of chocolate. That having the next one is not healthy from her body anymore. What has topping. Need that goal. That had in my mind that i want to be haldi. It seems like it's okay. Maybe i'll just work out on a lose all the calories again from chocolate. So it's kinda cool which is attainable. But it doesn't seem so motivating anymore so after being through all of these different experiences after having failed multiple goals end letting my Momentary instincts guide me instead of letting a goal stained my head. I concluded that there's something more to successful setting. Anna came across this framework. And it's worked out the best Work the best reuse. Won't it's called smart goals. So smart goals help you develop a clear idea what you want to achieve and how to best do it. So the clear division the easier to see and feel the gold right and definitely accomplishing. So what was missing in the goal setting before would be that. I would have an idea of the outcome. I want to achieve but had no clue what process or routines or habits. Do i need to create in order to achieve those goals right. So the goals were more active more outcome oriented than action-oriented. What that means is that Let's say for health. I would set a goal that i want to be healthier now. What does that even mean rain..

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"u." Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"Am super grateful to have you back in here with me and i'm your host underscore in over here. We talk about all things unique so in today's episode. I wanted to talk about the thing. That's been on my mind for our thinking about. When is that we start thinking over now. Unique i mean at what point for lives be blend in the crowd in resort of just let ourselves become become non unique having restored feeding valid. There's nothing special about the start comparing ourselves. People envy's don't feel special anymore so thinking back to i mean honestly as a kid i was in the genes i had and what i want to be in a grew up because i mean a twenty two year old. I've been doing some south reflection thinking about or do i want to be so i naturally went back into thinking. Where did i want to be. When i was a kid so i asked my mom than ever gene. That ever want to be something like were like when you used to ask me when what you going be Up what answer did i give to you right. So as a mother question and she said. I don't think you.

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Unique U

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"That means fine people who find inspiring motivating and read their biographies. Learn how to think learn what mindset tap to when they were young. What happens with the boat. How did they get where they are. What is your perspective on the world. What is their advice for. You read biographies short sort of a shortcut. Into all of the learnings. Through different experiences they had different situations they went through. So you don't have to experience the hardships dated and you can implement what they learned out out of those experiences right now in your life so when you read biographies they really give you sort of a guide or a simple way to be as great as someone who inspires you. Which is absolutely amazing right. There's no way we could have thirty years of experience at the age of twenty because that's just impossible but you can do that by reading biographies okay. The next one is don't take your personal finances personally right now. If your dream job is no longer viable or if you have to move back with your parents to help to help make ends meet for a while. That is not your failure. The survives comes from for news tabby. She is a popular finance coach. She has a podcast her own finance. I absolutely love. You should go check it out so this is little bit different from all the mind to show that we've been talking.

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Unique U

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"You are unique and that is why we try to do something unique in every episode son. Today's episode we're gonna be doing is i have compiled a list of top ten advise from top experts on what they knew than the graduated. So it's not just graduates advise it's life advice from people who are fifty developed a good thirty years twenty years of their lives after graduation and now the the new before they would have had a completely different life so what i did was surfacing tonight i asked a few people on this podcast to send in their personal records and i read books like a compiled list of all the best advice at agra found on life and graduation entrance so don't take it as just hardcore advice. Take it as a way that it can completely change your life in the future because it's more focusing on your mindset than your actions if that makes sense and these codes honestly have changed my life and i tried to implement them on my god. It is amazing. So i'm gonna be listening out each of the advice. I'm gonna explain it and then please try to think how it implements in your life or how could you implemented in your life. Because i mean it took a lot of hard work to find all of these different quotes and one of the key things is thinking about. How do these codes or these. This advice apply to my life. Not just looking at them and getting motivated in the moment. Because the goal always is to get inspired for the long term and not motivated ri- motivated short-term inspiring or getting inspiration is long-term so thinking about like. How can this single advice or any of these piece of advice. Apply the most to or can shift your future in the long term. so let's get started Hope you're too so the first one comes. From steve jobs to for discussions speech he gave to stanford in two thousand dollars a pretty popular speech on youtube. So here's what he said he said don't be trapped by dogma which is living the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise others.

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"u." Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"Engage lesser in that friendship. I'm not saying compete. I'm saying compared because when you compete. There is potential for healthy competition very constantly pushing yourself each other. Like hey man. I twenty pushups today and the other end. You go like did thirty pushups today. And then he as okay fine. Your friend says okay fine. I'll push for thirty five the next day. So it's sort of a healthy environment rear sort of competing in a positive way but when it comes to comparison it sort of takes your motivation. Down and d- motivates you and your happiness does not make them happy. Your happiness might be a reason why they tried to tell you that. Oh but i did that so rugged constantly comparing. Your accomplishments with each other data is not at all holy friendships. Get out of the worst ones but push towards the ones that motivate you to do more and be more because you can see how much potential there is like for myself. What i did was iphone friends. Who were pursuing are in graduate school because that helped me seeing. What kind of future is out there. Impossible for me. If i was to push hard enough towards michaels. They were definitely a bit older than me. Ever just perfectly fine. It's sort of allowed to mature faster to have the right kind of conversations and to prepare for the word faster so making sure your surrounding yourself with people who moderate you to be more and once you have the clearly define appreciate having environment that supports your goals more than you think. More more than you thought they could. So that's it for today. And i hope you know you're able to find a while to find lists are kind of environments. Do you want to put yourself in all kind environments. Do wanna pull yourself out of end. It is completely okay. Trust me or not being selfish by doing this year. Only doing service to the person in front of you as well because non-legally contributing to your own growth. You're also making sure that they're able to focus on their growth. Instead of having an inauthentic authentic. French not serving each other having something where you are both spending time or investing time on something that is not going to solve either of your futures so this is not a disservice. You're not being selfish. All your is maximizing your potential. So thank you so much for joining this brief episode. But i hope you find friends and environments with view and embiid. Serve your future goals. Thank you and your unique in. You deserved few special. Thank you thank you thank you thank you. Thank you for sharing your time in. Nurture the unique you podcast..

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"u." Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"Today's episode we're going to be talking about something that ties in very closely. The last episode which was stopped in tips and advice for life for graduates from talk Experts authors and leaders out there right so common themes that noticed in that what episode months. I listened to it again and once. I read all the advice again. Was this team lost ness. I mean one of the central things we experience when we're going to this phase or transition is wbz lost and directionless and the advise talked about exploring and experimenting being courageous and Following your heart. Sort of experimenting. Trying out new things. So this is why i wanted to take this episode and talk about how to do that. How is it that we can start. Our journey explore experiment. A and why do we need to do that because one cigarette all these books. That are my favorites. I crave the one thing Design your life by some pervert. professor stanford professors and there are a couple of different books that i have read. That talked about being lost. Live finding direction so i wanted to see what is one central team of hawkins. Someone do that because oh my god. It's so wait sometimes the advice on tryout new things failure heart it sounds like equations hard to know how to do that so i explored an experiment as to how to explore an experiment i found out is dry different books and i try to compile advice from all different books and this is not going to be list of advice this was going to be the most powerful strategies. I found to how to do that. Why is it important to do that. And the right kind of mindset to explore so first of all. Let's talk about what exploration and why is it important to make the most out of the uneasiness of being lost in life as to it so first of all exploration means that wasn't anything. The central common theme with expiration is being comfortable with your own comfort zone..

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"u." Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"Hello hello hello. Welcome back to another episode of the unique you podcast. i'm your host. Amherst can't just like always. I am super grateful and blessed to have you here with me and share your energy. This podcast This episode is bringing the second season to closure and introducing the third season to you. Thirteen is going to be very very differential. What we've been doing so far. So in the second season we talked a lot about the different kind kinds off mindset shift sort sort of more than actionable strategies we talked about mindset shift asked how things generally are around us. What kind of things go around in our mind and how universities sometime feels like accused our creativity or things like even what is the best kill you learned a university. It was all about a mindset shift towards growth. How can we make sure that our thoughts are serving us instead off our thoughts working against us so turning up brains for us instead of turning our brains against stray and through that journey we found and had some amazing pekar shared that incite such as aaron aggie who talked about how to simply fines for each reality in its to essence instead of all the different layers it's buried under usually off practices religion and everything else and then we also talked about how to get a grip on your emotions in how to Manager emotions because end the importance of it which is to be able to understand ourselves end to detach our identity from our emotions and feelings we also talked about university and everything learn added the skills w gain i which are not the hard skills such as coding or whatever we talked about the soft skills learned university in how us at your benefits will they can reap the benefit throughout your life and the also talked about how to create a personalized morning ritual. Because the importance also highlighted in that episode. So okay i'm gonna stop summarizing what we did go check on each and every episode. But here's what we're going to be doing in seasons rate. I've been raking on something super supermassive for you guys and you might have heard it in the season in episode conclusions which is a blueprint for life after college summit so what the summit is about is bringing together over fifteen industry leading experts on how to get the right mindset how to create a roadmap towards success after graduation. Or if you're in any other stage of your life but you don't Feel like you're leading a life. That is unique to you. Everything like that. We're going to be discussing on that summit and the summit will also focus on helping you create a personalized roadmap to your dream career because the get so hung upon picking up on the careers of others or it's so much easier to just get lost with all the different options and variety is available in today's world The summit also invited some amazing guests like auction addity. He is the author off. This book called forever now and he teaches how to turn turn fear. Two words strength all deep-rooted fears we have huckabee. Turn them into powers and strands to turn ourselves into superheroes the also have another speaker called potato she talks about abundance and how to gain the financial abundance mindset how to attract money towards instead all instead of waiting for money to happen for you. Someday reign We also have a very special speaker. Her name is richard richards. She is the founder or she is often called as money. Honey rachel because she retired at the age of seven so she will be sharing her secrets as to retire early or how to build a sustainable income out of passive income which is super important. Super interesting because as young individuals he never learned beacon find already determined or have financial abundance at an early age right. She also talks about how to manage your money how to manage your expenses. Were talk is awesome and then we also have austin. Balzac austin is one of the most saad after out there he has over I think six hundred thousand followers on linkedin and he shares how to find that. Jim which the right foot for you. Nobody else but right fit for you even if you're starting from scratch. I mean austin story is so inspiring because he went from having a two point five. Gpa in university to finding jobs at google microsoft and like described. Now he is one of the most sought after carter coaches out there with his own business so his talk is awesome. I could go on and on about all the different speakers but you should go check out the website. It's called blueprint for life after call blueprint for life. Summit dot com okay. It's blue print for life. Summit dot com so okay getting back to season three. What are we going to be doing in seasons. You've something super interesting. And i'm describing that in the next episode because this is a conclusion for season two and i want to keep that separate so thanks for listening in and we're going to keep this episode breathe because i hope you enjoy season two and if there are episodes they did not check. I'll go check them out because they will help you. Shift your mind working for you and they will help you to serve your mind and your brain and your thoughts instead of your thoughts ringing against you. So thank you for listening and thank you for sharing your energy with me. I hope to see next season. Take care and i'm signing off. Thank you thank you thank you. Thank you for sharing your time in. Nurture the unique you podcast. I'm grateful to have been a part of your day. Hopefully what i shared with you today. We're not only resonate with you but will also help you on. The journey share to help others escape their unnecessary suffering. If the sub suited help you today then be sure to share it with someone else. You know who needed that mission. You and i share who only be achieved when we share with others. What has helped us. I hope i can help you. Further in creating a wholesome life after graduation and meteo transition into adulthood smoother. You can always find me at eight o. N. u. s. h. k. a. at my stink tw dot com that is m. i s. t. i n. c. t. dot com or sign up for the free some coming up called blueprint for life after college summit and this is your complete guide to a wholesome lives so i hope to see in the summit and you can find it on my website m. i s. t. i n. c. t. again dot com sits mice tanked dot com. 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"u." Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"Local go welcome. Welcome back to the negro podcast like always. I'm super grateful to have you back in here with me. I'm your host annuschka. End your friend on friendship very gonna be talking about adult friendships today so <hes>. Nsa dog don't get jong. What it means is as we step into our friendships. Look very different from haunt used to look like in high school or university right because i mean in highschool so easy to make friends. Usually people were the popular on your walker. I would say hi to people in the same hallway. I mean high school was a good time man like when we look at look back at it now we can see how great friendships load because it required. Minimal effort i fall and secondly always were in the same mental space sort of like doing the same thing taking the same courses you the same tribe vibe <unk>. Always felt like we're in it together. Sort of like we could be talking to anyone and they were easily able because pretty much everyone around just like a friend and even if they did not it was easy to make friends or it was easy to stay close to the ones that we did like. If you like personally. I was never d- person that like twenty friends at a time or big group of friends. I like to keep my circles. Malls had like fortify friends and the best part about high school was it was easy to stay close to them just because it was like if you're not coming to school today i'm not coming to the data. Close people were in has goal and it was just easy to be that closed because the each other every single day we would share our day was going and we would have launched together so pretty convenient right but as university started our french started. Look different of course now. We had these big classrooms with five wounded. People will in one lecture hole and we would barely see the same people again right like unless you're making a conscious effort to person to see a person. It was hard to run across the same person arising the day on campus but at the same time university friendships were pretty good too. Because it's not like we had one or two friends. It was so easy to make friends across classes easier than high school. I would say just because we will be taking a wide range. Of course as i fall and given that the classrooms lecture halls were so big it was easy to strike up a conversation with the person next to you and you constantly do that in the end of like a bunch of friends in different different causes and across different ears like they did not even have to be in your ear so that was one of the highlights of university talking to people and having the drawashe off energy when you just <hes>. Talks driven people get to know them and when walk down the hallway. Like i said before you know i don't know ten people and then you just have to loan because even if you're in a cafeteria having launch you know people recognize you'll have some or the other. They're having lunch with you because you did not have to text anyone to come and see you. It's just simply very easy to know. A lot of people and to never feel lonely and university makes very simple to talk to people because we have this like. I said before just like high school this strong. Why of they're all facing this together. At least in the first two years of university lee have the strong urge to talk to people first of all because have time. Secondly it's it's nice to feel like part off a tribe or a community because there's so many community building activities going on their clubs. There are social activities. There are rules could take onto their volunteering positions. There are jobs could be doing and if you lived on residents. It's just so much easier because your friends are your family at that point so all of those things added together makes for a great experience. I university for friendships and there's never a lack of community through different different activities app. You take on too. But as we start to transition into thirty four there for university and pardon my language if you're in the states are in america because in canada recorded thirty or forty <unk>. Junior senior so. I try to comedy language here but year. Essentially means senior and thirty years specially means junior and first year is freshman at bank and <hes>. I'm not sure what second year is called. But you get the point right. Like four years of university stays the same in as well so talking about <hes>. Senior riches fourth year thinks tour to look very different. You have experienced about three years off university at this point we have lost friends. Probably lost more friends than people mejia's because <hes>. Things happen it's non all these drama might now. Bs it's just things happen. We grow out off the same mindset off taking the similar courses means seemed program people start to figure out on things and you have probably switched programs about three to four times now so it's hard to keep friends in the same program and

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"u." Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"Be in her bed for a Beautiful for awhile and then simply. Just start the day outright because we have used so much time being in bed that we need to get to work right now and i know you probably shower. You brush Regulars like i do end after dan. The champ right into our day. So essentially what over here in santa point doubt or trying to get at is the missing morning drizzle a morning ritual morning routine something guy hugh to every single morning because it helps get your day started and you have a list of activities or habits that you like practice in morning because it motivates you helps to clear your head or more than anything. It wakes up your brain in the morning because a lot of the times in fact most of the times what happens is during wild sleeping. Our body gets reenergized but a brain since it had no activity for so long. I mean it's still active in thinking but it did not have much off active fresh energy to it first of all. It is kinda drained of its energy. So you need to kind of like jok it up and give it back. That busa gay. It's another day. Let's get started okay. The second one is done mornings are literally the start off your day like. There's no second opinion on that you wake up. That's when your day is starting so instead of chronic morning ritual mornings you could call it waking up ritual or how do you get out of bed. What is due to beatings. You always do any get out of bed and this is questions important to have because trust me my friends want to switch up your morning routine. He will to feel like you're a lot more control of your day first of all secondly your evil to kick off your day every single day in the same way which allows you to you know Have that blast off decisions to make first of all and secondly. It saves a lot of energy for not spending tempting. What do i need to do next to do next. And thirdly Are very very powerful no matter. What biography autobiography. What movie or book. Highly successful people. One thing you'll find common is their morning ritual. And i'm not saying all of them have the same morning ritual because yours can be personalized to you but every single highly successful person has a morning ritual without a doubt something. They do every single day when they wake up and in the beginning it was hard because habits take time to build but it was a commitment. Do starting off the day on the right foot to have more energy to have more personalization to starting their mornings that kept him going and at a certain point it just became habit that it wasn't too much of i any more so first of all i'm gonna share with you. What my morning routine looks like. If you're interested or you can skip ahead of this part of the episode to the part where we start building your personalized retain so for me. Wanted to in the morning is i like to wake up at five. Am don't ask me how. I came up the time. But here's the reason why it's so important to wake up at every vape every single day at the same time so what it does is it. It makes habit a lot easier if some days if on some taste reading up at.

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Unique U

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"That'd be fine so hard to charter because it doesn't feel like that's me anymore or lowered self confidence when we walk through a like people or just you know in tasks because there's no one to approve a false. We have low confidence just because there's no one to say yes or no sometimes and we don't believe in ourselves enough anymore because they're always seeking approval so that's essentially what that looks like can t about what other people think. But here's why this happens. I mean of course there's psychology involved in every single thing we do because whatever you're experiencing you tell you first of all you are human and it is game of the brain. You did not do this yourself. You are not the first person who cares about what people think about you and neither am i. So there has to be some kind of Psychological explanation to. Why do we experience this deep desire to please others and to care about what people think to the point where kills are authentic identity so there isn't a phenomena in psychology very public called spotlight effect. The spotlight effect is a phenomenon in which people believe that. We're being noticed more than we really are. So we have this tendency to forget that although that we're decentral own roads we are not dissenter of everyone else's words me feel that we're being noticed at every action in every point and every thought that we're adding even if that thought is internal be feel like it's being noticed just because essential own worlds. Whatever word you've seen so far it's three. our own. is your own perspective. Very severe always carrying ourselves around us wherever we go and we feel like that's what others are doing as well. We feel like really center of other people's world as well so this is kind of crazy because we feel like we're being more noticed a lot more than the actually are so like i when i came across as the first time..

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Unique U

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"And this So it's not exactly carrying about what people think it's also about like the labels that people put on us and the allow those labels to define how we see ourselves so the idea here is that i let how he saw me become. The identity was serving and that was in a good way but before that the people are me holidays. He me or how they saw me. I cared a lot about that. And i let that label that i cannot do something define who i am so what what happens when we let other people's opinions or labels get to us is that we slowly started becoming authentic to habitually are any limit potential to what we think we can be for people so at a certain point we are serving in immature identity that has been created for us. Just like for me. I deeply cared about what people think about me. I was at every stage. I was making sure them serving that immeasurable identity. Through my actions or subconsciously. I was making sure or i was laying the defining fact. I saw myself as someone who still who's never going to be good enough. So i stopped trying towards course because that became identity that i'm someone who cannot do matt so it became okay for not for me to not try being good added that makes sense so slowly i started to just be okay with very i am and i did not wanna explore my potential because i didn't see any potential that imagine identity in that label that people had for me. It mattered so much that it became eid new definition and my new definition of. Who am i so having someone new trust me or find a new label for me. That was enough for me to shift into a different identity for myself. But we gonna get into identity and shifting identities into another episode labels into another episode but the main area this episode touches upon or talks about where here is the fact that we serve and label has been created for us when we care deeply about what people think.

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Unique U

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"So in today's episode i want to touch upon something that comes across to our generation. Almost like a second pandemic and something that we haven't been able to work through end simply is embedded in through the expense off social media and our lives and everything else. So what is that the idea that we care so much about what other people think about us. So hear me out. What is a example off. This happens in. Our lives is social media. We care a lot about how we look on. Social media. identity is even if you say you don't care. I understand that's just an example but carrying what other people think about us has isn't a new concept so at some point or another we all have worried about world everyone else think or while my standing by my entity of why people perceive me as so just carrying about how people see us or what. They're thinking about us even if it is like while you're walking down the street on becoming conscious about your clothing or how you're talking or are looking just because you're cared off. How people are judging. You are harder thinking about two and of course this goes on a much deeper level where we start over digging every and each one of her moves because we're worried what others are going to think about a we try to perfect it. We tried to seek approval in other people's opinion because that's The mindset that we're so used to about caring what others think and don't get me wrong sometimes. This mindset comes from the purest of intentions energy in fact pretty much. All of us have the purest of intentions at heart which is to making sure that the other person is comfortable. You're not making anyone feel uncomfortable or lesser or bad about themselves so we try to shrink ourselves up to let other people grow or take the space but there they are trying to do the same. It's kind of crazy so let me give an example or like a story of how this looks like in my life or what. This might look like for you as well. So grade nine or ten. I used to really dislike map and who doesn't like..

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"u." Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"So in today's episode i want to touch upon something that comes across to our generation. Almost like a second pandemic and something that we haven't been able to work through end simply is embedded in through the expense off social media and our lives and everything else. So what is that the idea that we care so much about what other people think about us. So hear me out. What is a example off. This happens in. Our lives is social media. We care a lot about how we look on. Social media. identity is even if you say you don't care. I understand that's just an example but carrying what other people think about us has isn't a new concept so at some point or another we all have worried about world everyone else think or while my standing by my entity of why people perceive me as so just carrying about how people see us or what. They're thinking about us even if it is like while you're walking down the street on becoming conscious about your clothing or how you're talking or are looking just because you're cared off. How people are judging. You are harder thinking about two and of course this goes on a much deeper level where we start over digging every and each one of her moves because we're worried what others are going to think about a we try to perfect it. We tried to seek approval in other people's opinion because that's <hes>. The mindset that we're so used to about caring what others think and don't get me wrong sometimes. This mindset comes from the purest of intentions energy in fact pretty much. All of us have the purest of intentions at heart which is to making sure that the other person is comfortable. You're not making anyone feel uncomfortable or lesser or bad about themselves so we try to shrink ourselves up to let other people grow or take the space but there they are trying to do the same. It's kind of crazy so let me give an example or like a story of how this looks like in my life or what. This might look like for you as well. So grade nine or ten. I used to really dislike map and who doesn't like. I used to like mathematics and pretty much. Everyone around me hated as well. Look my friends were like. Oh my god. I hate this course. I don't want to be studying mathematics and it was just like like it was a common. I know it was common. Do not like that. And i was okay with it so my my friends and my close circle the new kid and <hes>. Even at school. I was never like a pride one up until grade nine heated mad than i was never doing well in it and i was just constantly told not good enough. Not smart enough and migrants will never match the requirements stuff like that right so an accepted that labels so it did not feel luckily will to me. What happened was whenever i study i used to take. But what will people think about me like d. I there has been a legal form which is is not good at mad and my sub conscious effort was to make sure that i was serving that label through my actions. So this wasn't me constantly doing. It's looking back now. I can't pinpoint in action. Where actually did something to jeopardize my performance but subconsciously was so embedded within that. I'm not meant for this. That i made sure i kind of limited myself from growing into that field

today ten each one two second pandemic grade nine
"u." Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"u." Discussed on Unique U

"We grow out of it or rather. We get educated out of it so it's almost like it's not like we draw creativity every forget it. It's like schools. Educate us out of creativity in. I am not paintings cooled as victims as devil via the victims because we always have a conscious decision to make but education. He said is talk in the twentieth century and The importance of inspiring twenty first century learning see life skills are rarely taught in schools are often taught like hard skills or things out probably won't even matter and they're they're such a need to inspire us killed instead so there's bake he believes there's a big difference between learning and education because those two words are often used interchangeably. But they're not the same when you're getting educated. It's not the same as learning. I could well be enrolled in a education biggest system or getting educated person. But i could still be learning to situations in lies the people i need to activities that do with seniors i have we could become lifelong learners off situations and off things we experience instead of taking education as a degree. We get John Learning for allies. So there's a strong strong need to have curiosity and creativity like i mentioned before simple. Art of asking questions is the basis of curiosity when that is mixed she gate already. That's when real magic happens right because it's cool. There's like those about can said with schools. There's no unique voice that the standardized on process of education and everyone is put through the same thing. I mean whole foods are so unique and so different and the fact that we still receive the same standardized. Education is sort of crazy right. Lake screwed focus at this point is not to make us unique special bog blonde. Their focus is currier monetization. What they are doing at the same time is taking away our creative interests because testing. Is this part where we simply appraised or learn out of fear. We are learning for performing for the sake of it right. So what is really important to remember. Is your core our core as human beings. And what i mean by that in this ideology is repeated time when again in that ted talk is that we create our own lives like i mentioned before the beginning of this talk..

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