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Each individual, Friedrich Nietzsche believed, has a responsibility to become their own hero. Less human dissatisfaction comes from weakness than from the denial of strength. An honest life requires refusing any recourse to the shelter of permanent victimhood and leaning wholeheartedly into your passions and abilities.
Exercise : Make a list of your most profound desires. (Be sure to include the ones that may seem shameful or taboo — the things you want even though you don’t want anyone else to know you want them.) Are you actively pursuing them? How can you begin to integrate your desires with your current activities? Or do you need a big, radical shift?
Exercise : Identify a major challenge or obstacle you faced: a mismatched job, a poisonous relationship, or anything else that required a concerted struggle to overcome. Reflect on how it shaped your character and resolve. How can the discipline you learned from that experience help you get the life you want?
Exercise : Spend 15 minutes daily in quiet reflection, contemplating your strengths, weaknesses, and goals.
Exercise : Choose one area of your life (work, fitness, relationships) and make a plan to build trust in yourself by maintaining your standard of excellence, whatever it takes.
Exercise : Examine your moral beliefs, paying special attention to the ones that seem so obvious to you that you barely notice them. Do they serve you, or vice versa? Are there any you’d like to reevaluate or challenge? Remember: According to a Nietzschean worldview, you can believe what you want, and it’s better to do it on purpose.
Exercise : Write down your strongest and most unusual qualities and talents. How can they best serve you in your quest for self-realization and personal growth?
Exercise : Engage in a creative activity (writing, painting, music) to express your inner desires without the usual filters. If it helps, maintain a private journal or folder where you can exercise your creativity with minimal worries of being “canceled” or otherwise judged for the power of your creative courage.
Exercise : Identify a fear or insecurity that holds you back. Take a small step today to confront it.
Exercise : Write a personal manifesto outlining your core values and intentions for authentic living.
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