Self-awareness involves recognizing your thoughts, emotions, behaviors, strengths, weaknesses, and motivations.
But who cares? And more importantly why should you?
Here’s why you should and the steps you need to know yourself better.
I didn’t want to write about el camino or finding your way because it’s some great sporting feat. It isn’t and I have friends who’ve cycled it in just one day! (Now that’s a sporting feat!).
No, I wanted to write about it because of the feeling the experience left me with and because of the undeniable metaphor between the road and life.
Something that has hit home more and more for me and in working with others is that we don’t have depression, weight, failure, financial or even end of the world problems. True story.
More than likely we’re simply stuck in a habit of thinking we’re fat, or depressed, broke, or that we can’t, etc and then using the ‘evidence’ we see in the world to back it up and reinforce the story we tell about how we are and how the world is…