The late, great Maya Angelou once said that, “When you know better, you do better.” Once you have made a mistake and learned from it, you are put in a position to act out your lessons learned. There”™s a reason we”™re told to keep a budget to fix financial woes, or to keep a food diary when trying to eat right: self-knowledge is power.

Self-awareness is defined as conscious knowledge of oneself; it”™s a stepping stone to reinventing oneself, learning to make wiser decisions, and helps you tune into your thoughts and feelings. So often we place blame on externalities because it”™s the easiest excuse, when in fact we should be thinking about our thinking, reflecting, trying on different perspectives, and learning from our mistakes.

Why Self-Awareness Is the Secret Weapon for Habit Change

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