For: Manoj Ranaweera
Your most dominant identity is that of a hero.
First and foremost, being a hero is about your
strength of character. Your desire to fight for
what you believe and want to achieve. Hero's
like to win and when in a team at their best are
selfless. You tend to place the needs of the
team first before your own aspirations.
As a hero, you are determined to win and
surpass each milestone you have set. You are
mentally resilient, courageous, intuitive and
have coping strategies for difficulties you may
come across in life.
How does this affects you and
those around you?
Anything that is not in balance comes with its
own challenges. If you let your hero spirit
take over your identity, it can get you so
focussed and intense that you might be
perceived to be selfish.
At its extreme, you can come across as a
bully driven by ego and greed. You could be
interpreted as autocratic, arrogant, and
jealous. Being so focussed on your own
goals can sometimes blind you to the
That will prevent you from looking at other
possibilities and options. If anyone tries to
challenge this notion, you could become
dismissive and forceful when you are
Your second identity is an engineer.
As an engineer, you can take complex problems
and simplify them. You are realistic in the
purpose of the task and the capabilities of the
people and equipment you need to be
You believe the world could be a perfect place if
people followed procedures and firmly believe
that you have a part to play in this journey. One
of the key strengths is that you bring people
back to reality when they may go off on flights of
fancy and bring the focus back to results.
Your third identity is the discoverer. Your
direction of travel is crucial. Therefore, you must
stay connected with the bigger picture, your
purpose, and the real reason why you are doing
what you are doing.
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