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23 Pairs of Chromosomes Make You a Unique You

Have you really given some dedicated thought to your uniqueness as a human being?

If your answer to the question is yes, than good for you!  If your answer is no well…

Either way, consider the following thoughts!

Your challenge is to develop an attitude where you believe in and then leverage your uniqueness to realize your true potential.

A word on your uniqueness before taking a deeper look at that last point… It is scientifically irrefutable!

While every human being is connected by the sameness of having 23 pairs of chromosomes, their contribution to who you are is absolutely unique.

A quick lesson in biology is appropriate here.  Your chromosomes are the key to keeping everything at the core of your uniqueness (DNA) in proper order as the cells in your body constantly reproduce.  In other words, without your chromosomes holding your uniqueness together you would be a physical wreck!

The science behind it all is astonishing and compelling in confirming you are one of a kind.  If you need more info on that here’s a link to an easy to understand summary of chromosomes.

So, given your uniqueness, why worry yourself about achieving the potential of that uniqueness?  Answer:  Without striving for your potential you minimally exist in a malaise.

Realizing potential is all about activating your latent qualities to allow yourself to become more successful in the future.  Contrast realizing your potential with existing in a state of uneasiness and a general sense of melancholy (malaise).

Which would you prefer?  It’s your choice!

Besides…because you are unique, you have the potential of making a unique contribution to the rest of us!

Making the more rewarding choice comes down to the attitude you take in making the decision.

Let’s assume you want to take the attitude of belief in yourself and realizing your greater potential in life.  How do you build that kind of attitude?

  1. Read the book, Self Matters, by Dr. Phil: It’s about helping you in “Creating Your Life from the Inside Out.”
  2. Read the book, The Power of Positive Thinking, by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale: It was written “with the sole objective of helping the reader achieve a happy, satisfying, and worthwhile life,”
  3. Read both books before you do the next step.
  4. Review both books and find the top 3 ideas from each book that excite you the most.
  5. List the 6 ideas and for each develop a step-by-step plan of action for integrating the idea into your daily life.
  6. After 3 months review your progress and adapt your actions and attitude accordingly.
  7. After another 3 months review the 2 books again and list 3 additional ideas from each book.
  8. Repeat steps 5 and 6.
  9. Continue the process until you are totally focused on realizing your potential rather than wallowing in malaise.

Yes, you have 23 pairs of chromosomes protecting the order of your unique DNA within them.  But…to leverage that uniqueness you must take the above same approach, as does everybody else, to becoming all you can be, do or have.

garylogonewbrownsmallWhat is the most important reason why you would want to take the above approach to realizing your unique potential?  What is the first step you are going to take in following through on that “why?”

Please share your thoughts by commenting below.  

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Crop of GNCC ShotMindstate mentor, author, trainer and speaker, Gary Greenfield (@LifeRider) provides self-employed people inspirational insight and concise business ideas to help improve mindstate and minimize stress. He believes a mindstate that is positive and stress that is minimized helps self-employed people better profit through performance.

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