The Self-Awareness Guy

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Do You Limit Your Self-Awareness?

Do You Limit Your Self-Awareness?


A lot of people limit their self-awareness because they're afraid of looking at their hurts and admitting that they might benefit from making some changes. Here are some examples of thoughts and actions that hinder self-awareness:

  • The belief that you don't have to work on yourself.
  • Thinking that you're just fine as is, even when everything is crumbling around you.
  • Saying you don't have time for all that touchy-feely stuff.
  • Acting like you know everything.
  • Living superficially.
  • Refusing to examine the things you might want to improve so you can become a more effective version of you.
  • Trying to control things so people won't find out how insecure you are.
  • Not wanting to go to therapy.
  • Living life reactively instead of proactively.
  • Doing the same thing you've always done.
  • The belief that life is hard and you can't do anything to change it.
  • Fear of change.

A lot of people stay stuck because they refuse to take an honest look at themselves and learn about what would help them move forward. They literally live their entire lives being miserable. The good news is that you don't have to be unhappy, just work on figuring out who you are and you'll be on your way to enjoying a self-aware life.

Cheers,

Guy

15 Benefits of Developing Self-Awareness

15 Benefits of Developing Self-Awareness

Here are fifteen benefits of developing self-awareness:

  1. You heal the hurts from your past.
  2. You're in touch with your emotions, are able to feel them, and can use them to move in a positive direction. You're also comfortable with other people's emotions.
  3. You understand your strengths and areas for improvement.
  4. You treat yourself and others with kindness, empathy, and compassion.
  5. You do things to make the world a better place.
  6. You focus on the deeper things in life rather than living superficially.
  7. You get to know the real you and live your life accordingly.
  8. You let go of the need for power and control and focus instead on being the best person you can be without dominating others or having to win.
  9. People like you at home and at work.
  10. You don't have the constant internal conflict of saying one thing and doing another.
  11. You're generally happy and balanced, even in difficult situations.
  12. You understand why you feel, think, and do things.
  13. You learn and grow each day.
  14. You become a nice person.
  15. You enjoy life.

When you develop self-awareness you have a wonderful opportunity to move beyond all the garbage that creates conflict, chaos, confusion, and misery in your life and focus instead on living a kind, joyful, deeply introspective and fulfilling existence. When you're fully self-aware, you no longer live day to day, reacting to everything, you get to be the real you and do what you really love in life.

Cheers,

Guy

What Does a Self-Awareness Coach Do?

What Does a Self-Awareness Coach Do?

A supportive self-awareness coach helps you look inside yourself and find the answers that work for you in any given situation. Self-awareness coaching can help you overcome the challenges in your life head on and develop a plan to move forward successfully.

A self-awareness coach can help you:

1. Figure out what is the issue you are facing.

2. Develop a plan to fix a problem you face.

3. Build on your strengths and abilities.

4. Achieve your goals and dreams.

5. Feel good about yourself.

6. Build your self esteem.

7. Celebrate the great things about you.

8. Live the life you want to live.

9. Share your talents with the world.

10. Find excitement in your life.

11. Build fulfilling relationships.

12. Fix the problems that have been nagging you.

13. Move forward in life.

14. Actually plan your success.

Think of a self-awareness coach as a person who will listen to you unconditionally and helps you celebrate who you really are. Please feel free to contact me if you are ready to look inside and find the answers you always knew were there. I look forward to hearing from you.

Cheers,

Guy