I often tell my clients that a daily practice of self-reflection strengthens self-awareness and will enable them to make better choices. Leaders who work with me to shape and commit to such a practice are better able to tap into their highest potential for creativity, vitality, and success.
Daily self-reflection requires radical honesty or Silicon Valley’s buzzword radical candor. Unfortunately, social norms often seem to encourage the opposite. On social media, we predominantly encounter positive posts as others present only the most positive sides of themselves and their lifestyle. We are just beginning to find out the impact of this. However, a growing body of research suggests that seeing people’s positive posts has negative effects on mood through envy and the feeling that others have a better life.
Published on Sep. 28, 2018 on Forbes
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