Self-awareness is understanding one's own character, feelings, motives, and desires.  

As part of the Meeting Leadership Mindset, self-awareness in the foundation of the questions you should be asking yourself before attending each meeting:

  1. What am I bracing myself for?
  2. How do I feel about the other people in the meeting?
  3. What do I want from this meeting?

Asking yourself these questions should give you a better understanding of your own feelings, motives, and desires.  That way, you can approach each meeting with a clear motive and without fear of being caught off guard.

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• A ttention Grabber

• G reat Goals

• E xcitement

• N avigation Tools

• D ecide Now

• A ccountability Check-In

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