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What Gaps Do You Have with Your Identity?

LifeMAPP’s Identity Gap Assessment measures the strengths and weaknesses in three key areas of life — Identity, Resources, and Support. Like most of our resources, this assessment is unique to LifeMAPP. Your Strengths in each area of life are represented by capital letters (I, R, S standing for strong Identity, Resources, and Support).

Areas, where there are weaknesses and room for growth, appear in lower case letters (i,r,s indicating a weakness in Identity, Resources, and Support).  Once you strengthen those weaknesses, you will be able to lead a happier and more Balanced life.  It will also enable you to impact those within your Support systems to do the same.

Are You Happy?
Gap 5
Identity 0
Estimated Growth Progress:
56%
56%
How Is Your Energy?
Gap 5
Resources 0
Estimated Growth Progress:
56%
56%
Do You Have Help?
Gap 5
Support 0
Estimated Growth Progress:
56%
56%

Greatest Area of Growth Need: Identity

Our biggest conflicts and pains in life are all connected to our identity, that is, who we want to be or who we see ourselves being or becoming. When others around us, see us in the same way, then we feel love and enjoy the harmony. When there is a Gap between who we see ourselves as and how others see us, conflict occurs. Sometimes, where love is absent, these conflicts even turn to hate. We call such conflicts Identity Gap (IG). The more frequent and bigger these gaps, the more frustrations and conflicts people experience. Your sense of Identity doesn’t match the vision you have for yourself. The gap in your identity may be caused by your feelings and thoughts or by the feedback you hear from others around you. Your unmet Identity needs are too important to be ignored and if ignored can lead to your downfall. Learn more about how you can break free from Identity struggles.

Reflect on your results

  • Your Strengths in each area of life are represented by capital letters (I, R, S standing for strong Identity, Resources, and Support). Areas, where there are weaknesses and room for growth, appear in lower case letters (i,r,s indicating a weakness in Identity, Resources, and Support). Which areas are strengths and which ones show weaknesses or a gap?
  • Below each letter/result, you will see an estimated growth progress bar. Which areas score the lowest, showing gaps, and needing your immediate attention?
  • Are your gaps/weaknesses small and easily manageable or are they significant enough to hold you back?
  • List the factors that contribute to strengthening your three areas.
  • Identify the factors that contribute to weakening your three areas.
  • What choices do you need to make to strengthen and bridge the gaps?

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