Are you self-aware? Would you like to improve in this area? Did you know you can improve your self-leadership with journaling?
Self-leadership is a hot topic today. 🔥🔥🔥 It includes being aware, about knowing what’s going on, and how the pieces of your life and that, of others, fit together.
None of us can expect others to be as fully aware as we should be for ourselves.
So, I have a few questions for you to consider:
- How self-aware are you in your day-to-day life?
- How much do you see the world around you?
- How much do you even understand yourself?
- How much do you see those closest to you?
The significant part of journaling is that it allows you to put all these thoughts together. By writing about your day, you start to see the connections. You finally get what your friends were saying, or you begin to glimpse the bigger picture about what’s going in their lives, and yours.
When you take time to reflect and journal, it helps you to check your purpose alignment. From there, you can make course corrections and improve your self-leadership with further journaling.
Your Turn to Write: Who is one of the most important people in your life? What kind of impact have they had on your life? Start with “I am more __________ because of _________.