A friend of mine, who is the author of this blog post, likes to make fun of me for being a “self-aware” writer. I agree that most of my actions are based on a random mind-set. But I also know that my thoughts and attitudes aren’t random. That means that I am more self-aware, and that means that I am much more conscious of how I feel.
The problem is that most people who have self-awareness and self-awareness are in the habit of judging their own thoughts and attitudes. But I know that this is not the case for everyone. It could be that a lot of people can’t identify with being self-aware. For someone who is self-aware, this could mean that they have no strong internal motivation to write a blog post about how much they hate their boss.
Or maybe it’s that a lot of people cant identify with being self-aware. For someone who is self-aware, this could mean that they think that they have no right to write a blog post about how much they hate their boss, even if they should. However, this is not the case for everyone. It could be that a lot of people cant identify with being self-aware.
So what is this self-awareness? Well, it is your ability to focus on the good, the right, the true, and the beautiful about yourself. It is your ability to look at yourself as an intelligent, thoughtful person, someone who is able to see and understand the good in others. It is a person who is self-aware because they are able to appreciate the good in others.
Self-awareness doesn’t always equate to “being a better person”. For some people it is more about “being a smarter person”. For example, I once worked with a man who was self-aware and could actually think outside the box. He was quite smart and was able to think about the whole world with a good sense of perspective.