“You don’t know anything if you don’t know yourself.” – Brian Kight
Self-awareness is essential in success. We strive to live our purpose and we work to maximize our talents. We overcome weaknesses and we build relationships with those who make us better.
Knowing yourself . . . being self-aware . . . permits you to understand your biases and perspective, thus creating an opportunity for empathy from others as you put yourselves in their shoes. It all starts with recognizing your perspective first.
Knowing yourself also means understanding how to keep yourself at your best. You must be aware of your EDGE . . . you must know how to maintain balance so you are at your best each and every day. Burning the candle at both ends, unhealthy life habits, and self-destructive weaknesses cripple even the most talented among us.
Think about you . . . reflect on you . . . and take appropriate action so you are at your best as you serve others.