Self-recognition in adolescents is an important developmental task. It must be complished to hinder the identity diffusion to a negative impact, such as juvenile delinquency if it cannot be completed. One way to help teenagers at MAN 1 Enrekang find their self-identity is by providing self-recognition training using the Points of You card. The number of participants was 52 students between the ages of 15 to 17 years old. The training instruments used were Points of You cards of The Coaching Game and Punctum types and the Finding Self Identity Chart. The stages of service activities was started from the opening ceremony, after that the introduction of the resource persons and then the training session. The training was begun with distributing a questionnaire to determine the participants' initial self-introduction. Then the steps were carried out according to the procedure for using the Points of You card: first Pause, second Expand, third Focus, and fourth Doing. After that, a questionnaire was distributed to find out the participants' self-introduction after attending the training. Collecting data using a self-recognition questionnaire referred to the researcher. The results obtained from this study were the average score of self-recognition skills before training was 2.78, increasing to 4.12 (score range 1-5). In addition, the NGain Score test has provided empirical evidence that the Points of You card media is quite effective in being used in self-introduction training for adolescents.