There are TONS of options available to to improve your life. One can invest in psychotherapy, coaching, support groups, classes, workshops and more, yet few focus -specifically – on self awareness.
In the past 2 years, it’s common to see practitioners touting their ‘expertise’, when their background appears lacking or stated credentials less than true. This has worried me, but also inspired me to be explicit about my process with clients/students.
Studies show how experience and power can hinder self-awareness and introspection doesn’t always make you more self-aware. There’s much more to it.
There are two main categories of self-awareness recent studies on the subject have identified.
- Internal self-awareness – how you see your own values, passions, aspirations, fitness in your environment and reactions. Also, your thoughts, behaviors, strengths, weaknesses, feelings and the impact you have on others.
- External self-awareness – understanding how others view you regarding the same factors listed above.
When you are clear about how others see you and the view is consistent with how you see yourself, you become skilled at showing empathy and accepting other’s perspectives with ease.
These are fundamental qualities for leadership and success, but rarely focused on by others in my field so I determined to make this the center focus of what I do.
In a relatively short amount of time, people can begin to understand more about themselves and live in stronger and more productive ways. On the other side of your time with me, we have uncovered many areas where you can improve, while also developing methods for developing a deeper relationship with your soul.
It’s worth contacting me for a free session to see whether we are a good fit and if my unique method for improvement would prove helpful to you.