Who comes to mind when you think of success. The young entrepreneur behind Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg? The late Steve Jobs and his world domination with Apple? Maybe you measure success closer to home, when you look at your Mother.
Whoever you consider successful, we can guarantee they all share one important quality. Self-awareness.
In today’s society, where there’s more self-help resources than you have time to consume, the path to mastery seems within reach. But success takes more than just a positive attitude and manifesting good things your way.
It requires a deeper look inwards into how you’re wired or as we like to call it, how you ‘tick.’ See here’s the thing – your roadmap to mastery might not work for your colleague or friend. We all operate in our own ways and are fuelled by different motivations.
Understanding yourself is the key to self-awareness, which will lead you to personal mastery and success. Yes, it’s great to have vision boards, daily mantras and all that spiritual stuff. But, when it comes down to it, understanding of self is where it all begins.
And the cool thing is, this doesn’t take years of deep soul diving in the Tibetan mountains to learn what ignites that fire inside of you.
Tick’s personality profiling questionnaires are a fast and quick way to find out about your personality. With the easy to understand answers, you’ll start connecting the dots about your life.
‘Oh, that’s why I struggled in that role…’ or… ‘yeah, that makes sense why we broke up…’
Tick’s personality tools have been around for decades and are based on timeless psychology principles. By knowing which Tick bird type you are, you’ll be able to focus on your strengths, create work that’s meaningful,and a successful legacy. It all starts by simply understanding yourself.
Just fill in the red form if you don’t know which one of the four Tick birds you are. Use your answers to help you determine where to invest your time, money and energy into.
And the next time you see someone successful, try to work out which Tick bird they might be.