#ThursdayThought – Self-Awareness, Always Be Learning

One of the toughest things for us as hunmans is to objectively learn at every opportunity.

We tend to be defensive when things don’t go our way. Our pride tells us “I’m fine, it’s everyone/everything else”.

When things are going well, we think we’re in a good place, and fail to find out how to be better.

At every instance, we should always be learning.

We should learn where new opportunities are, what is trending, and how to be more effective.

We should learn where to make the biggest impact and how to connect with others on a deeper level.

But the most important thing we should always be learning about it ourselves and how we can improve.

Most of the challenges we face are how we respond to situations, and how our action feed into them before they occur.

If we spent our time learning the art of self-awareness and always be learning about ourselves, we will gain mastery of the most elusive part of leadership – our own EQ.

Always learn about the world around you, but more critically, learn about the world that is within your own heart and mind.

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Posted on August.8.2019, in #ThursdayThoughts. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Thanks for a great reminder. It’s easier to blame everyone else and think of them as wrong or stupid because they don’t react the way I would expect. I try to let my anger and judgment of others serve as a trigger to get me to re-orient. Mike…

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  2. Thanks for a great reminder. It’s easier to blame everyone else and think of them as wrong or stupid because they don’t react the way I would expect. I try to let my anger and judgment of others serve as a trigger to get me to re-orient. Mike…

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