Here Are The 4 Simple Introspection Steps That Will Boost Self Awareness
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Research reveals that knowing yourself better results in stronger relationships, a sense of purpose, greater well-being, self-acceptance, and happiness.
Knowing yourself will make you a better manager, colleague, parent, spouse, and friend.
It means paying attention to yourself and knowing whether you're happy with what's happening in your world.
It means understanding your personality, your values, your relationships, and your beliefs.
Ask solution-focused questions. It will help you to find potential answers to the problem and increase your confidence in your ability to solve future problems.
Instead of jumping to quick solutions, schedule at least 15 minutes daily to sit down and think without interruptions.
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That’s a self-imposed and self-limiting belief. Stop that.
Creativity is a requirement for problem-solving and we all problem-solve. Acknowledge that you're inherently creative,
We hate being wrong, but mistakes often teach us the most and allow us to innovate.
Think of the pros and cons of trying something and then free yourself to do it. If it doesn't work, take what you learn, and try something else.
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