Self Assessment - You Have A Duty To Evaluate Yourself
Self assessment is probably not something we regularly do. But why not, we may ask? How can we know how we fare in life if we don't use self assessment, and do it often?
Are we afraid?
What need we be afraid of? What is it that we feel we will find? What is there to fear?
Assessing ourselves is a valuable pursuit.
Uncovering ourselves . . .
What might put us off this self exploration? What might stop us performing a self assessment?
The purpose of self assessing ourselves . . .
What reasons could we have to conduct an honest and fair assessment of ourselves? To find out
So the aim is to uncover hidden truths about ourselves. Yes, in a way. But finding out little things about ourselves will help us in the long run, too.
Questions . . .?
But also we can question things about ourselves
In a nutshell - this process is about learning more about ourselves. Remember, to assess yourself is to do yourself a favor. Treat this process as if you are helping yourself and getting more out of life and you may end up enjoying it. (And, who knows, you may want to repeat it later, too.)
And what can we do with the results?
What can we find?
And, more specifically?
Some examples of things we may find out about ourselves:
And you can add to these with your own list of reasons for healthy self assessment.
Need we be worried?
Should we be worried by our findings? Probably not and that could only make things worse.
Let us not be too hard on ourselves. Remember that most people will not make the effort to analyze or evaluate themselves, or their life. So if you do this you are already ahead in the game of life.
And when you do any evaluation of yourself remember this is about you. Not about you and your best friend. Not about you and the best in the class. No, this is about you. How are YOU doing? What can you do to improve or change for the better? How can you make a small change to improve your life and what you do?
Making a difference . . .
You are trying to make a difference. Firstly in your own life and then letting that motivation, that energy, and that excitement help you to help others and contribute to the greater good.
And the gain
What are the benefits of an honest appraisal or self assessment?
You want to really enjoy your life. You want to really enjoy yourself. You want to really make an impact in life - and an impact and contribution only you can make.
Welcome self assessment into your life - and discover more about yourself than ever before. Understand yourself better. Learn and re-learn any lessons you need - and you will be grabbing hold of life and making the most of each moment.