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I know you are, but what am I?

Updated: Sep 25, 2020

I know you are, but what am I? Sure, you can go pointing your finger at others about why can’t get something done, but don't point that finger at someone before pointing it at yourself first. Don’t forget about yourself! Working to increase your self-awareness to better understand yourself - your strengths, your weaknesses, your values, your motivation, your communication style, your goals, etc. - along with understanding others will enable you to self-monitor your interactions with other people to have more effective interactions that can help you reach your goals and gain support for your ideas; you might find less reason to be pointing your finger at others! You may have other people pegged, but do you really, truly understand yourself?! With greater self-awareness, you can skillfully adapt to others for more effective interactions to achieve your ideal outcomes.

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