122: 6 Ways to Become Introspective

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Yesterday I talked about how to become confident in your own thoughts and ideas, how to stop following.  I touched on one way to increase your confidence and that was to start listing the things you have learned and the skills you have accomplished.

Today I want to expound on that thought.  I want to talk about how to grow by learning something every day.

Inspiration Quote

" We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit" - Aristotle


Topics Covered in this Episode

  • How to create the habit of introspection
  • 4 Questions to ask yourself
  • How to interpret the answers you receive
  • Why to practice non-judgment
  • The need for capturing your sessions
  • The benefit of repeating the experience.

Journal Question

What was the most enjoyable part of introspection?  The least?


The Action of the Day:

Practice introspection for five minutes today.


The Lost Art of Introspection by Kevin Wood




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