I’ve worked with smart, successful people who lack self-management skills and feel discomfort because of it. They stumble through life as if no one else exists and leave a trail of devastation behind. Many bright, well-meaning people don’t yet understand that they can improve their self-management by building self-awareness.
When you know yourself well, you’re able to consciously move your life in any direction you want. Imagine having a deep knowledge of how your thoughts, emotions and behaviors affect you and others and using it to making things happen purposefully instead of living unconsciously.
Learn more about my self-awareness coaching approach that helps you with self-management.