Self-awareness is important. It can help you figure out how to hone certain skills, adapt to situations, and make better decisions. To understand yourself a little better, make a habit of asking for regular feedback.
Over at Entrepreneur, contributor Thai Nguyen explains how asking for constructive feedback can be key to self-awareness:
We all have blind spots in our thinking patterns and behaviors. Asking for regular constructive feedback cuts through any self-deceit or one-dimensional views you might hold. But only ask people you’d consider mentors — those who understand you; whom you respect; and will tell you what you need to hear, not what you want to hear.
Feedback is a great way to instantly discover your strengths and weaknesses so you can figure out how to harness them or improve them. It’s like a shortcut for understanding your habits, quirks, and behaviors. For more techniques for improving your self-awareness, head to the link below.
12 Self-Awareness Exercises That Fuel Success | Entrepreneur
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