The ability to be self-aware and self-evaluate is much easier said than done. The difficulty exists in recognizing the inward truths that often escape reality.
Marianne Williamson said, “Take stock of your thoughts and behavior. Each night ask yourself, when were you negative when you could have been positive? When did you withhold love when you might have given it? When did you play a neurotic game instead of behaving in a powerful way? Use this process to self-correct.”
When we ask the kind of questions that challenge painful answers, we find ways to improve the influence of our leadership and help others follow with confidence.
Let us evaluate with deep sincerity and truth.