Almost nobody is self-aware, says psychologist in her new book So many of us obsessed with “knowing ourselves” and spend hours contemplating who we are and how we appear to others. But few truly know either our own desires and goals (what she calls “internal self-awareness”) how others see us (or “external self-awareness.”) spoke to Eurich about myths about self-awareness, how we can fix our delusion, and whether we even want to know the truth. Command Line delivers daily updates from the near
Too often we’re told that not important, we’re just peripheral to what is. “Get a degree, get a job, get a car, get a house, and keep on getting.” And it’s sad, because someday you’ll wake up and realize you’ve been tricked. And all you’ll want then is to reclaim your mind by getting it out of the hands of the brainwashers who want to turn you into a drone that buys everything that isn’t needed to .
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I found in my data that people who reported spending large of time in self-reflection—everything from their thinking about their thoughts to their emotions to what they want out of life— were not only less self-aware, but were also less happy, more anxious, less satisfied with their lives and relationships. I was just floored. Command Line delivers daily updates from the near-future.