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The “YOU” in you

The “YOU” in you

If someone asks you, “Who are you?” what do you give in reply?

Hold a bit before you rush into answering that question. What if you were to ask yourself who YOU really are, can you sell yourself to YOU, and be accepted?

Whatever your reply would be, there is still a “YOU in you” that you are yet to unveil, and until you find out who that “YOU” is, you will keep giving the same answer to a million of that same question.

Now, let me help you find the YOU in you. Ride with me!

The discovery of your potentials can be seen as the first step to bringing you a self esteem and self actualization, that are needed in human psychological development.

The process as described in Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Pyramid, shows what these two attributes could add to your everyday mental organization and development. However, people still fail day-in, day-out in its discovery, as many people get carried away with what they see rather than who they really are.

If you, at this point, have been able to develop the average skill needed in discovering the YOU in you, then we can move on with what I call “walking tall“. Literally, this sounds more like “tiptoeing” but it is more about how your psychological prowess radiates to how people see you on the outside.

Remember, I asked earlier how you would respond to the infamous question, “who are you?” Now is the time to let people know who you are before you get to introduce yourself.

Now, let’s hear from you… Who are YOU?

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Mrs. Oluseyi Elizabeth Odudimu is a mental health advocate and the founder of the Stop Mental Illness Foundation. With a solid academic background, she has dedicated her life to raising awareness about mental health issues and providing support to individuals suffering from mental illness. Mrs. Odudimu is also a published author, mentor, and a loving mother and wife. Her tireless efforts have earned her numerous accolades and honors, making her a true role model and a beacon of hope for those affected by mental illness.

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