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Seek feedback from family, open the door to self-awareness

It's possible that most leaders know more about their pets, cars and investments than they know about themselves. Self-awareness-the degree to which one is conscious of one's thoughts, feelings, beliefs, behaviors and destiny-might be the last but most important frontier of leadership. Why? Because self-awareness decreases knee-jerk decision-making and emotional over-reactions, two of the main roadblocks ...

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