Are you self-aware? That is a multi-million dollar question. If you answer no, your self-brand and career may be hindered. Therefore, read this post to be more aware. And act on your self-assessment!
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- Insightful Self-Branding Advice
- Video Tips to Help Improve YOUR Self-Confidence
- Self-Branding for Professional Success
- Personalized Self-Assessment Infographic [No matter the stage in your career (or life), you must regularly conduct a self-assessment. In the infographic, we offer a 20-item self-assessment quiz for you. How do YOU fare on this quiz? What activities must YOU modify to improve your career profile? What will make YOU be happier?]
Today’s post begins below the infographic.
Time to Answer Yes: Are You Self-Aware?
According to Caroline Forsey, writing for HubSpot:
“Self-awareness is a critical tool to help you reach better job satisfaction. And to become a better leader, improve relationships with colleagues, and manage emotions better. Also, it positively correlates with higher levels of overall happiness. Yet, one study estimates that only 10-15% of people are truly self-aware. [Do you see yourself as one of those people??]
“Luckily, self-awareness can be practiced and cultivated. Why? Because it’s not a fixed trait. To learn more, click here for lessons from HubSpot founder Dharmesh Shah. If you begin to consciously practice self-awareness, you evaluate how your values, passions, and goals fit your current environment and emotions. As well as how to align them better. In addition, you will better understand how other people view you. And you will create stronger, more authentic relationships.”
To see six clear benefits from self-awareness, review the image below. Then go back to the SWOT analysis infographic above. And determine whether you would change any of answers. And analyze how your behavior should changes.