It is a rare privilege to have 14 days entirely to yourself, with few (if any) external obligations. This prolonged block of time is a hunk of clay that you can sculpt into the work of your choosing.
Now is a good time to question yourself, your identity, your values, and your goals.
Who are you, really? What is the narrating mind saying about your past, present and future? Where are you headed?
What can you do with this time to sharpen your skills? Further your growth? Challenge yourself?
If, according to Carol Dweck, an individual's true potential is unknowable, what stories about your own limitations have you been unwittingly perpetuating?
It is Christmas day, and I am currently in quarantine: reading, questioning, journalling, writing blog posts and re-watching Batman Begins. I am discovering (and recreating) who I am, and I hope that you get the chance to do so as well.
Transforming one's mindset is empowering; taking action in ways that align with that mindset makes you unstoppable.
It's not who you are underneath; it's what you do that defines you.