They Aren't You
That is what self-awareness is all about.
Remembering that people are not you.
And making the most of who you are.
Did you know that according to research done by an organizational psychologist, researcher, and New York Times bestselling author Tasha Eurich working with colleagues who aren’t self-aware can cut a team’s success in half?
You can probably replace colleagues with any stakeholder.
There are three basic ways to start to cultivate your self-awareness:
- Internal Reflection
- External Feedback
- External Assessments
Take a second to think about what you like and dislike about your professional and personal life.
You can use this worksheet (LINK) to get started with building your internal self-awareness.
Share this post with someone who needs some support, letting people know how to make the most of them.
GET STARTED by taking a second to think through this worksheet (LINK) to start to build your self-awareness.
LEARN more about how I have used my self-awareness to build my business (LINK).
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