This is one of the most important benefits of self –coaching. It helps you to understand…
-what makes you tick and keeps you motivated
-why you think, feel and act the way you do
-the things that trigger positive and negative thoughts and emotions
-what you contribute to your relationships in a positive and negative way
-how you respond to certain challenges and problems
-your skills, capabilities and aptitude
-your beliefs and the behavioural habits that are assistive and restrictive
-re-occurring patterns and cycles, both positive and negative
-your personal barriers and how you get in your own way
-your priorities and areas of focus
-your values, likes, dislikes and preferences
-the red flags that put you off someone or something
-what motivates you and make your feel determined
-knowing what your values are and what is important to you
-what you want to be, do and have in life
-the experiences that make you feel happy, peaceful, wealthy, abundant, successful etc.
-knowing what is best for you and understanding what you want from every situation irrespective of who is involved.
Having access to this information places you in an amazing and powerful position as you can learn how to use this information to grow from a position of strength. Self –awareness also helps you build better relationships with others, because you can be better informed of how you relate to them and can take charge your contributions.