How to Stop Lying to Ourselves: A Call for Self-Awareness
Measurement bings self-awareness in line with reality. Once you're aware of what's actually going on, you can make accurate decisions
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By examining positive moments too closely, we suck the joy right out of them.
Therefore, when seeking insights from journaling, explore the negative and not overthink the...
Using journaling solely as an outlet for discharging emotions may suck the insight right out of the experience.
The benefits of expressive writing only emerge when we write about both the factual and the emotional aspects of the events we’re describing—neither on its own is effective in producing insight.
To ensure maximum benefits, it’s probably best that you don’t write every day in your journal.
People should not write about a horrible event for more than a couple of weeks. You risk getting into a sort of cycle of self-pity. But standing back every now and then and evaluating where you are in life is really important
Self-awareness and introspection have the ring of a self-help guru's empty promises, but they are the starting point that leads to every improvement. They are not the solution to everything,...
Understanding your own desires, emotions, failings, habits, and everything else that makes you tick. The more you know about yourself, the better you are at adapting life changes that suit your needs.
You can read every productivity tip out there and you can adapt the routines of geniuses, but it's completely pointless if you don't know yourself well enough to put the correct advice into practice.
Is the process of thinking back on previous events and interpreting them through your experience.
It’s about taking a step back and reflecting on your life, behavior and beliefs....