Self-reflection is something I take pride in. As a person with a servant heart I find it very helpful to self-reflect regularly.

A few benefits of self-reflecting include: 

  • Learning more about you
  • It helps bring clarity to your why
  • Self-reflecting can be key in keeping you grounded 
  • It can ensure that you are following the path to reaching your goals and aspirations

Self-reflecting is a very intimate thing. It takes courage to do it. Self-reflection can also so be redefining. For me self-reflection serves as a key to unlock the doors of self-assurance, self-reliance, and self-confidence. I find that those who refuse to or don’t practice self-reflection often are those who just wonder around in life with no real awareness of what they bring to the world. Yes, both those good and bad things.

Self-reflection can be viewed by some as a waste of time. Nevertheless, I would like to encourage you to try it sometimes. I’m sure that you will be surprised by the things you see, feel, and hear about yourself after completing this very connecting exercise. I often times self-reflect before and or after major events in my life. This practice has truly helped me see and understand the role I play and value I bring to the lives of others.

Self-reflection has been very influential in helping me understand good and bad relationships. It has also aided me in understanding how I can make those relationships better or develop boundaries to dissolve those relationships all together. Self- reflection isn’t hard to do. All it takes is a willingness to see you. Is there a such thing as too much self-reflecting? I would have to say yes.