Self Awareness is knowing thyself, and is a lifetime endeavor. We are complicated, yet simple. What presses our buttons? What makes us calm? What makes us try to prove our worth? What makes us try to hide from the world? What makes us feel stuck or sad or accomplished? It’s knowing these things that start to help us become better leaders, better at home, better spouses, better partners, better friends, better strangers, better girlfriends/boyfriends, better moms/dads/sisters/brothers, better humans. There is usually a core fear, or some models we have built our life upon that may have been useful in the past, but are outdated now, or a fear that drove us and helped us in the past, and is no longer needed for us to survive. In examining them, we can start to uncover ourselves; we can start to become self-aware.