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Identifying your strengths

Identifying your strengths

The next step is to identify your strengths. What are you good at? What skills do you possess that come naturally to you? By identifying your strengths, you can use them to pursue your passion and create value in the world.

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Are you feeling lost or lacking direction in life? Are you unsure of what your purpose is or what you truly value? The Ikigai method is a powerful tool to help you discover your true self and find meaning and fulfillment in your life.

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