Our profile in human design is made up of 2 numbers and speaks to how we’re uniquely wired to manifest our purpose. (If you don’t yet know yours, you can look it up in your chart!) Pay attention to the two numbers that make up your profile – for example, if you’re a 3/5, both the 3 and 5 apply to you.
Here’s to leaning into the unique gifts that make each of us who we are, and appreciating the gifts of those around us.
Here’s a quick summary of each profile line:
Those with a 1 in their profile are gifted at going deep, investigating and becoming a true expert and authority we can all rely on and trust.
Those with a 2 in their profile are gifted at bringing an innate talent to whatever they do and letting their natural gifts guide them.
Those with a 3 in their profile are gifted at learning by doing, cultivating wisdom through mistakes and failure and showing us all how we can do better.
Those with a 4 in their profile teach us the value of relationships, bring a warmth to whatever they do and deeply impact and influence those that surround them.
Those with a 5 in their profile are gifted at seeing things differently, offering a new and needed perspective and inspiring many.
Those with a 6 in their profile are gifted at taking the higher view, inspiring trust in people and modeling authenticity.
5 Signs You’re Growing with a 3 in Your Profile
- You embrace your trial and error process and give yourself permission to make mistakes and fail; you trust that learning what doesn’t work will bring you closer to what does work.
- You don’t make yourself wrong when something doesn’t go perfectly; instead, you ask yourself what you learned and how you can do better next time. You let mistakes fuel your growth.
- You do not underestimate the value of your journey and you see the lessons you learned along the way – failures, successes, and all – as wisdom that can transform those around you.
- You are actively sharing your journey and experiential wisdom with the world through talks, posts, books and beyond.
- You are a pioneer, always innovating and finding a new, better way of doing things.