The Key to Thriving in Life

Have you ever wondered what the best version of yourself looks like?

We have a theory to share. Here's the premise:

  1. What if we are each born with a code that is authentic to us? 
  2. What if our unique talents, core values and inner wisdom are embedded in this code?

Think of a long line of computer programming like this:

Suppose our code somehow gets corrupted along the way as we are socialized, educated, and as we experience the trials and tribulations of life. 

Perhaps due to feelings that we ignored or suppressed...

and a traumatic childhood incident... 

and the unhealthy habit that we're unable to break... 


We protect our computers with antivirus software and defrag hard drives when they start to slow down to restore performance. Yet it's rare for us to think about self-diagnostics as we go about our daily lives.

Like an ocean of waves, we experience ups and downs at different stages in life, and at various magnitudes. In this sense, it's impossible to go through it without any corruption to our original code. 

Although it may sound counter-intuitive, this is good news.

It means that at the most basic level, we have a common purpose --- to know ourselves better and live an authentic life by detecting and removing code insertions that disempower us.

In doing so, we unlock our potential and can continue to learn and grow. Perhaps this knowledge is the key to thriving in life as opposed to just surviving it.  


What Does “Living Your Truth” Look Like?

  1. Self-Diagnostics: Being mindful of the "programs installed" from your upbringing, cultural background, education, work and interpersonal experience that are running in the background. 

  2. Self-Awareness: Having emotional freedom to make choices based on inner wisdom rather than the opinion of others or societal measures.
  3. Self-Care: Knowing what makes you happy. Focusing on thoughts, behaviors, and actions that bring you joy. 

  4. Self-Love: Appreciating your multi-faceted self - the good, the bad, the ugly. Treating yourself and others with kindness, compassion and respect.

  5. Self-Leadership: Following your passions and using your talents. Taking ownership for your decisions, and having to courage to face your fears.  


    Self-Diagnostics Questions

    1. Do you feel like you have to prove to others (or to yourself) that you are good enough? 

    2. Do you try to control things to make them turn out the way you want?

    3. Do you get triggered easily and experience intense emotional or physical reactions?

    4. Do you find it hard to accept your weakness or to receive help?

    5. Do you give 100% of yourself to everything you do?