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:
If you do, take a second to learn more about your strengths and weaknesses.
Accessing the hidden parts of yourself – what you might be ashamed of, have hidden, or previously denied is ALSO part of that.
We need to bring light to them, integrate them, and bring them into our awareness so we can embrace our humaneness and remind ourselves that we are not perfect.
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