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Discovering your Superpower


You have a SUPERPOWER! It's your strength, your purpose, your guide, and your values. When you discover the superpower that comes naturally to you then motivation, creativity, determination, beauty, and growth will follow. It's a zone that feels comforting and energizing all at once. You have a bunch of powers that are uniquely compiled to make the WONDERFUL and GLORIOUS you. Imagine you lived never knowing what these powers were OR you knew and never utilized them? You wouldn't be living your full potential. You would probably feel discontent, drained, and not valued.


Luckily for you there are tools that help you figure out what your superpower is and how you can use it to choose your career, communicate effectively, decide on a business idea and even connect deeper with others.


Below are 4 tools to help you uncover your superpowers.

  1. 16 Personalities (Myers Briggs) This is a personality test that helps you better understand your personality traits. It dives deep into your strengths, and weaknesses, what career you’ll most likely gravitate towards, what type of parent/friend you are, and also what you look for in a relationship. This knowledge can be applied to personal growth and relationships. You can take the test here.

  2. Enneagram This is a tool that hones in on one’s emotional motivations and fears. This tool is best for personal growth, overcoming challenges, and building deeper relationships. You can find this test here.

  3. DISC analysis This is a behavioural analysis that clarifies what work and activities you shine in. This analysis is best taken to help decide what to study or what career to choose. This is also a great tool to discover how to work with other team members better. You can take this test here.

  4. Clifton Strengths Finder This is a strength finder test that'll clarify your natural talents to maximize your potential. This test is best to take when wanting to flourish in a workplace or your studies. Gallup Clifton strengths finder is a paid test but here is a link to a similar strength finder that is free.


If you’re a newbie to all this and you’re not sure which one to pick, I would say start with the Myers Briggs 16 Personalities test. It gives you insights into your behaviours and desires in all aspects of life from friendships, parenthood, romantic relationships, careers, and workplace environments. It also provides an overview of your strengths and weaknesses.


Once you've received your results you should journal a little bit about your findings or talk to a close friend who can affirm your traits. Processing this information can not only seal this information in your mind but empower you to act upon your strengths.

If you discovered you had a superpower, wouldn’t you want to try it out?

So go ahead! Try it out! Start with a vision board or list all the possible things you could do to implement your strengths.


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