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Your Personalized Results

The ancient Greeks believed that it was a sacred goal to “know thyself,” and you can certainly see why. While others shy away from self-reflection, you eagerly observe your own actions to discover what you love, what you loathe, and how you are fundamentally wired.

Self-awareness gives you an advantage over those who are either too quick to act or too distracted by dreams of an impossible future. But you may not be making the most of your self-knowledge if you don’t have a corresponding vision for your life. It’s time to unlock what you were born to do, start dreaming achievable dreams, and taking practical steps to put your strengths to work.


• Self-reflection
• Awareness of your personal gifts and talents
• Being honest about your limitations
• Avoiding activities that will waste your time and energy


You understand how you are wired, but your talents are currently an unguided missile; you haven’t quite discovered how to use them toward a true calling. You seek clarity on how they can be best, and most fulfillingly, put to work.

The good news? Self-knowledge is the key to uncovering the legacy you were born to leave, cast a one-of-a-kind vision for your life of significance, and transform that vision into a new and exciting reality. You were called to lead a life of significance; once you discover what that significance is, you’ll be an unstoppable force for good.


• What am I truly passionate about?
• How might the world be made better because I was here?
• What is important enough to me that I would take a risk for it?
• What will I regret not doing if I don’t at least try?


Clues for shaping your vision are embedded in the way you are wired. What really lights you up? What are your greatest talents? What do others appreciate about you most? While this information won’t automatically reveal your life’s purpose, it will help you activate your purpose-driven imagination.

As you shift your gaze from internal observation to external imagination, you will find a new sense of inspiration and enthusiasm. Your first imagined version of your legacy will probably not be final, but it will give you something to test and evaluate based on your self-knowledge and prior experience. And that will bring you one step closer to a vision you can pursue with all of your heart.

In the meantime, check out this podcast as you take your next step toward a life of significance. Over the coming weeks and months, Crucible Leadership will continue to share relevant content to support you in your journey.

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Use the Crucible Leadership Workbook as a guided, reflective journey to
discover your unique strengths and growth opportunities.