Welcome to My SelfAware BlogThe number one factor for professional and personal success is self-awareness.
Can self-awareness bring about good leadership? The answer lies in our own ‘Four Pillars of Self-Awareness’. True self-awareness can only be possible through a combination of optimism, humility, gratitude, and forgiveness. It’s certainly no coincidence that these are...
Transition brings stress - especially when these changes are not what you desire. A relationship goes south, being “let go” from your dream job, reaching a goal and realizing you aren’t as satisfied as you thought you would be. The “what-ifs” start happening and soon...
In the last month or so, we’ve been hearing from our constituents about their experiences with the midlife crisis that visits us all in varying degrees and at varying stages of our lives….often when we think we’ve finally reached the point where we’ve got it all together. One such story comes from a woman we’ll call Rachel.
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….
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.
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: