Welcome to My SelfAware BlogThe number one factor for professional and personal success is self-awareness.
This month is the first installment of a series of blogs we’d like to do focusing on the “midlife crisis”, “midlife unraveling”, “midlife calamity” “midlife – whatever you want to call it” that happens to all of us, in varying degrees, at some point. Our guest blogger, Pamela Winn, is an associate at SelfAware101, and a woman of deep faith. The following is the story of her midlife unraveling and the faith shift she experienced, as a result. She writes….read more
Father’s Day has come and gone for 2018. Many of us celebrated around the table with Dad or made a long distance phone call to reminisce and wish him a great day.read more
It is probably not surprising for you to hear that being grateful is good for you – physically, mentally, and emotionally. In an article published by Forbes, psychotherapist Amy Morin, relays seven scientifically proven benefits of gratitude. In her article, she states that having an attitude of gratitude can:read more
Forgiveness is often a misunderstood concept for the betrayed, hurting, neglected, and abused. How do you extend forgiveness when your close friend betrays your trust and tries to undermine your relationship with others – or when a coworker hijacked your...read more
An excerpt from The Self-Aware Life by Nancy S. Kay Humility, genuine humility, is a rare and precious characteristic. It is not low self-esteem but the ability to allow another the place of honor and to be fully transparent without shame. I believe humility is often...read more
Optimism affects our lives with either its abundance or its lacking. I often say that you can tell much about a person through their eyes – their story, their pain, their hope. Even in a photograph, the eyes cannot lie. They tell the truth whether they are dim with...read more