On Saturday night I was in Orlando speaking at the USA Football National Conference. A friend and client of mine asked me, “How do you personally get self-awareness in your life?”
I said, “Easy . . . I just look at my outcomes. The ones I get and the ones I want but can’t get. They tell me the truth.”
Because if I look at my outcomes, without adding my story or explanation, they give me direct awareness of what I’ve done, how good I am, how good I’m not, and where I stand.
High self-awareness is willingness to look at the truth about myself and accept it. Actual, observable results of the attitudes I hold, choices I’ve made, and action’s I’ve done/avoided.
That’s my obvious and easy ticket to reliable self-awareness.
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