Knowing ourselves is a key factor for a better life

Maher Asaad Baker
2 min readFeb 28

The more self-aware we are, the better we are at adapting to changes in the world that satisfy our needs. Knowing our own wants, desires, weaknesses, habits, and everything else that makes us who we are demands self-awareness.

Because we are self-aware, we can see that other people have minds that are comparable to our own.

In principle, the more our emotions and cognitive processes are watched, the more we will be able to understand why we behave as we do.

We may decide to reflect on our past decisions and determine whether or not they were wise in addition to selecting a new partner or work.

The degree of our self-awareness affects how we treat people and how they perceive their worth, which has a big impact on how others perceive us.

Being more sympathetic is a skill that enables us to forge closer connections with others.

When we are self-aware, we can better regulate our feelings and actions, which helps us adapt, establish new habits, and learn new skills.

We tend to pay attention to everyone and everything when we focus on self-awareness.

The more self-aware we become, the better able we are to deal with challenging situations.

Maher Asaad Baker
ماهر أسعد بكر
From Self-awareness
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Maher Asaad Baker

Author, Journalist, and Musician