A big part of self-awareness is identifying who you are and what you really want to do in life. It's being able to answer the question: "What do you have to say?" There is a simple beauty to sharing whatever is going on inside you. You don't have to create some sweeping epic, just do things based on what you're thinking and feeling inside. Forget about judging what you're doing or comparing it to other people's work, just use your own amazing voice.
When I write about self-awareness, I begin with no preconceptions. I let whatever thought is percolating in my mind guide my words. It doesn't matter what the topic is, the only important thing is to listen to what my heart and mind say and be open to following my true instincts, which is what I encourage people to do in their own lives. As you build your self-awareness, you'll find it gets easier to just be yourself and let your true voice emanate from within you.
Each of us has valuable insights and perspectives to share with the world. What do you have so say?