(Principles are basic truths that, when applied, cause success to come to you easier and quicker.)


Have you ever noticed that people who know Who They Really Are have a self-assuredness about them? They carry themselves with a natural ease and comfort. They are fully engaged in life, yet have no attachment to forcing their point of view on others. And they are not easily sucked into confrontation.

This can be somewhat disconcerting because they don’t play the game like everyone else. The person who knows Who They Really Are is playing a different game. Its the most important one. Their own.

This does not mean they are alone. Far from it. Most people like this know that involving others in their game is useful and appropriate. The outcomes they are heading towards touch many. They are not being selfish; they’re contributing to others because that is their game.


Coaching Point: Who do you know that knows Who They Really Are? What have they learned that allows them this freedom and focus? What of it can you put in place?


Copyright 2007 Steve Straus. All rights reserved.