Self-Knowledge Excercise

Who are you? What interests you? What drives you?

Self-knowledge is the foundation of success in your relationships, career, and personal goals. The more you know yourself, the happier you’ll be, and the happier you are, the more productive you’ll be.

Start by observing your daily activities. How do you spend your time? Keep a log of your behavior, divided into 5-minute or 10-minute windows. Fill in the log throughout the day. Keep track of sleeping, eating, working, and everything else.

You probably spend at least thirty minutes a day walking. How are you spending that time? What are you thinking about? Keep this log for a day. Observe yourself and observe your life beginning to transform.


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