are you a product of what you do and accomplish?
What I do and accomplish is a product of who I am, a manifestation of my personal will and vision.
do you see yourself through the eyes of others?
No, this is very hard for me, even when I make a conscious effort to do so. I really don't know how others see me, especially away from professional situations. At work, I have a reputation for not taking "no" for an answer, for shaping my environment to suit my purposes, and taking action while others are going around in circles second-guessing themselves.
are you your place in society?
No. I don't care about a place in society. I go along with society, to the extent that is going the same way I am.
are you a product of your past, or molded towards your future?
Both. The past contributes to the practical toolkit that I employ in realizing the future I want.
do you view yourself from the inside in a manner in which I can't describe?
Probably. Continuing from the first question, who I am includes my past, meaning everything I have studied, learned, seen, heard, and experienced. It also includes my dreams, visions, and plans for the future. Connecting them is the present, the point of action. This often looks like a lens, collecting and focusing a broad array of visions, values, skills, and information onto a specific goal or problem. I can actually feel the energy flowing through my being sometimes. This is related to what is often described as a state of flow.