How to Find Yourself: 4 Steps to Self-Awareness by Frank Daley

If you are happy in all aspects of your life, you don't need this book. If you are not, you do.

How to find yourself: 4 steps to self-awareness

If you don’t know yourself, three bad things will happen to you:

  1. You will not be in the right line of work
  2. You will not be with the right person
  3. You will not be happy.

You won’t be happy because of the first two.
 
If you don’t know yourself well, you do not have enough information with which to make the best decisions for yourself in matters such as career direction or how to find a mate.

You will make wrong choices until get to know yourself. But before you get to self-knowledge you have to become self-aware.


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HOW TO FIND YOURSELF: 4 STEPS TO SELF-AWARENESS

If you are happy in all aspects of your life you don't need this book.

If you are not, then it is for you.

Why?

Because if you don’t know yourself, three bad things will happen to you:

You will not be in the right line of work

You will not be with the right person

You will not be happy.

You won’t be happy because of the first two.

This book is for you, if you:

It’s for you if you have a serious problem but you don't know what it is and you don't know how to solve it. It frustrates and worries you. OK, it’s driving  you crazy!

All that can end pretty fast.

You will feel and perform better as you gain self-knowledge every day. But self-awareness comes first

You can ask these questions when you are old—Or, you can take the first four steps to self-awareness now, by asking and answering  these four big questions  and be more successful and happier fast.

Inside: the four questions in the form of steps that lead you self-awareness so you can make better decisions for yourself in your personal and professional life.

If you don’t know yourself well, you do not have enough information with which to make the best decisions for yourself in important matters such as time management, procrastination, goal-setting, personal relations, productivity, personal values, love, college program choice, career direction or how to find a mate.

You will make the wrong choices until you get to know yourself. But before  you get to self-knowledge you have to become self-aware.

These are the first steps to self-awareness.

You owe it to yourself to discover what they are.

Then act on them. 

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Genre: SELF-HELP / General

Secondary Genre: PSYCHOLOGY / General

Language: English

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Word Count: 7200

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Out of all the reviews this book has received, 69% of them have been five star reviews and the remaining have all been 4 star reviews. 


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Four Steps—Four Crucial Questions

This short book poses four steps on the path to Self-Awareness in the form of four questions. Answer them, take the four steps, and you will draw closer to success in your personal, academic and professional life.

There are many products, websites, and books on self- help subjects such as self-esteem, self-confidence, self-concept and so on. They can offer decent advice on these topics, but they don’t do what I do at Self-Knowledge College (SKC), which is to concentrate on the thing that underlies all these “self-whatever” discussions.

“Be Yourself” is mostly useless advice.
 
Everybody tells you to “Be yourself,” but there is no point in trying to be yourself if you don’t know who you are or what your “Self” is. It makes no sense. Though often well-intentioned it is meaningless advice unless or until you know yourself. You have to know who you are and what you want. Otherwise, how can you determine whether your self-esteem is strong or how to become self-confidence or even know what those things are?

Start with self-knowledge—the essence of the most important philosophical questions that face humanity.   Before that you must be aware of yourself as a unique individual. You have to be self-aware.


 


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