Whether you hit or miss the mark, I want you to use this tool. To assess your progress. To assess what you learned. To assess your growth. To assess.
Notice that I didn’t say “judge.” For those who have read my blogs before, you know my aversion towards judgment.
Now, to remove judgment doesn’t mean that you get a free pass. You don’t get to be rude to everyone in your life, because intent matters.
Think of this as a circle, where each one feeds into the next one.
You observe an event or relationship aligned or misaligned with your best self.
We tend to most easily recognize those events that are aligned with our best self. However, it’s vitally important to also recognize events that are not aligned with our best self.
In fact, when we observe events not aligned with our best self, we have the greatest opportunity to grow.
After all, we can only recognize where we are weakest by where we fail first.
My next blog dives deeper down into the topic of rejoicing and how I used this tactic to get me through a time when I recognized that I had not been aligned with my best self.
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