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Reflect on Yourself to Reach The Path to Abundance

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The debate on the subject of the title seems to be very relevant in the current scenario where everyone fights for success by hook or by crook. Introspection is valuable, important, and perhaps even critical to a successful life and career. Discussion of why introspection is necessary and how one can evaluate and understand oneself and give feedback can help to appreciate it correctly.

Defining success in individual contexts or group contexts would facilitate deliberations on learning to take the experiences of the past more efficiently and have a better outcome. Being aware of oneself is an important aspect of humanity that can benefit us in every effort.

When we are self-aware or know ourselves, we are better able to understand others and find broader perspectives on our experiences. Being aware of ourselves can also help us in our work and careers.

Do You Know What You Want?

Knowing what you want is one of the most important lessons to be learned through introspection. Most of us approach this question through a process that is closer to eliminating what we don’t want, than being specific about what we do want. However, in your career, it is very important to know what you really want to do. 

If you can’t define what you want from a career, you can be thrown into a trial and error rut. Perpetuating experimentation, involved in the search for what you want is like always taking two steps backward before going forward. Spend some time organizing your thoughts about how you feel about your work and what you want to do.

Once you have determined what you want, stop wasting time on jobs that take you away from what you want and need, that is, away from your expectations.

Do You Let Other People Influence Your Choices?

If we get to know ourselves we are much more likely to be true to ourselves and do what is best for us. Being ambivalent about who you are leaves you open to the influences of others. Others may be giving you messages about what they think you should be doing with your career, that those messages are not really what you want.

Taking the time for introspection and getting to know yourself will help you in your professional relationships. The insight you gain from self-awareness will help you communicate with others from a broader perspective. Better communication means better working relationships and freer collaboration.

Improving your teamwork skills through better communication will help you move forward in your career. Making an effort to look inward and know who you really are will help you in all aspects of your career.

Knowing what you want and gaining a broader perspective on your work relationships will capitalize on your skills and lead you to better career options. In this way, introspection can be the greatest success of your career or business.

Kevin Leyes is the Chairman of Leyes Enterprises and the Founder and CEO of Leyes Media, an social media marketing and public relations agency, and Team Leyes, an urban jewelry company. He is an Official Member of the Forbes Business Council and Young Entrepreneur Council.

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