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Your growing companion Self-Awareness

Your growing companion Self-Awareness

Being aware of your own perception can help to identify your own emotions better. When you ask yourself in response of the quote – Why am I scared?

You rationalise your emotions and question them to be appropriate or not. Your learn more about yourself.

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Just a curious forever-child appreciating to question taken for granted things constructively.

This article adresses a possible approach of getting more life-control about discomfort causing situations. It covers the importance of perception as a key for change and integrates common concepts like the "5 second rule", self-awareness, habitualization, "Kaizen" and self-reflection, while contrasting an introverted mindset with an extroverted one.

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