INNER ATTITUDE MEANS
- … to find out what my contribution is to the whole
- … to recognize what I need myself
- … find out what I think of myself
- … to create the basis for asking others what they think of me
- … get to know my values and my needs
- … recognize which values are important to me – and why
When we know our self-worth and needs, we also know what to do for our well-being and health. Through a good self-perception and awareness of our inner values, we manage to shape our own path. With the necessary portion of willingness to change and empathy, we strengthen our social awareness. This increases social competence and creates an inspiring leadership style and behavior that goes with it. By the way, that is emotional competence!
Developing personality and inner attitude only works if we WANT to. But often it fails precisely because we do not listen to others and suppress feedback. Or we are stuck with our beliefs and everything seems so complicated.
But is it really: isn’t it about intricacy instead of complexity? It only gets complicated when we do not know what to do and do not inform to find out what is in store for us. It is easier to blame others or sell yourself as a victim.