Zone: 3 - Worst enemies and Best friends!
This is by far the most common general stress personality zone.
On the whole you manage stress really well by playing sports, exercising, exploring, letting it out every now and then with emotion, dancing, singing and anything else that make you feel free.
Yes, you have your “outlets” for stress management and you have your own ability to “soak up” stress well too. You do both well, but that’s part of the problem! You’re too good! Too balanced!
Here are two things to watch out for: Never really getting where you want to go in life and never really changing your circumstances (mentally and physically) to where you want them to be.
Because you’re so good at coping and releasing or living with stress, there often isn’t enough motivation to create radical change, so you just kind of stay the same; which is fine if you’re happy, but you’re not as happy as you want to be.
You’re the group that make friends the easiest and get along with the most amounts of different groups because you’re very much in the middle of everyone! You are very popular, nobody ever dislikes you, and you can make friends instantaneously just by opening up your personality, but is that what you’re really looking for? More friends? It isn’t.
You are looking for happiness and sense of achievement, the feeling that you’ve really done something amazing with your life. And you get a sense that it isn’t as far away from your grasps as with a majority of the people you know. You know how capable you are, and it frustrates you sometimes!
You probably already ARE successful in most people's eyes, but in your own heart you know there is MORE... much more!
What happens is you kind of get locked in by your own diplomacy and good nature. Inside you want to shake things up a bit more and show your ability handle the pressure, because you can take it – you want that challenge and sense you can really achieve huge amounts!
Ask yourself what’s stopping you? It may be a little fear, a little laziness, a little over-thinking or external emotional pressure, a certain discipline that you lack? It's only probably only 10% of you that is holding you back....…. But really it’s all in your own mind. You just have to overcome that one hurdle left.
For some of you that internal personal frustration you feel about under-achievement will lead to resentment, anger flashes, and even abuse, and for others you will just soak up to the point you get ill or feeling down and just accept where you are; which is really not what you want!
Your answer is in action, doing things, being a bit bolder, taking risks again, being creative, and channelling yourself better. Stress is not your problem, you handle stress remarkably well even though you have your minor moments. Your real dilemma is under-achievement. Seek the path that will set you free and follow it with all your heart. You really have such a great chance to be exactly what you want to be in this life!
Don't settle for being 80% of what you can be, there's more... go get it.