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Increase your self-awareness with one simple fix | Tasha Eurich | TEDxMileHigh

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, December 19, 2017
  • Self-awareness has countless proven benefits -- stronger relationships, higher performance, more effective leadership. Sounds pretty great, right? Here’s the bad news: 95% of people think that they’re self-aware, but only 10-15% actually are! Luckily, Tasha Eurich has a simple solution that will instantly improve your self-awareness. As a third-generation entrepreneur, Dr. Tasha Eurich was born with a passion for business, pairing her scientific savvy in human behavior with a practical approach to solving business challenges. As an organizational psychologist, she’s helped thousands of leaders improve their effectiveness, from Fortune 500 executives to early-stage entrepreneurs. Her new book, Insight, reveals the findings of her three-year research program on self-awareness, which she calls the meta-skill of the 21st century. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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  • Cat Lover

    Cat Lover

     2 hours ago

    Lol.. Thanks for this. Great info & message. 👍

  • cristina haruta

    cristina haruta

     4 hours ago

    very nice video

  • Ryan P

    Ryan P

     yesterday

    "what" helps you to get back to the "why". In order to get to the "what" solutions, you would have had to revisit the "why" subconciously. Dealing with "what" forces a solution but does not ignore "why". Dealing with "why" first, MAY not take you to "what". Hence it is better to start with "what". Having said that, smart people know that if they start with "why", the must deal with "what", to remedy the situation. simple. I have asked myself "what"...and the answer is.... book selling

  • Natasha Tan

    Natasha Tan

     yesterday

    I would like to know how Simon Sinek, author of "Start With Why" think about this talks🤔

  • kakatoi5

    kakatoi5

     4 days ago

    wonderful

  • EDUARDO Sarmiento

    EDUARDO Sarmiento

     6 days ago

    Amazing video greatly presented

  • A'tiq M

    A'tiq M

     7 days ago +2

    it helped me in a very difficult situation, i'm gonna write it in my diary now.

  • Karuna Sharma

    Karuna Sharma

     7 days ago

    Being self-aware and asking why is a totally different thing. A self-aware person not only knows his conscious mind but also the unconscious mind.

  • Karuna Sharma

    Karuna Sharma

     7 days ago

    Totally wrong! A self-aware person always knows what are they doing and why are they doing. No case of being depressed, because a self-aware person never cares about what people think about them and they are happy in any case.

  • Black Opal

    Black Opal

     7 days ago

    😕

  • Black Opal

    Black Opal

     7 days ago

    It's remarkable how much TED speakers all sound alike, physically. Their syntax and stresses, pauses, tones. The only thing different is the pitch of their voice. ...Like the same person writes and reads the script, but a different voice is chosen. More Matrix evidence, lol. How's that for self awareness, Agent Smith?

  • Kevin Taubman

    Kevin Taubman

     7 days ago +1

    I expected something deeper. Its a mechanical pep talk from her self-help book.

  • Mash Mo Ali

    Mash Mo Ali

     7 days ago

    Thank you for validating my purpose in life - Which is to understand our creator is the only way we are able to truly understand who we are!

  • Stephanie Morgan

    Stephanie Morgan

     7 days ago

    This was amazing, I too have a youtube channel that is just nothing but helpful tutorials and man it took a lot of tears and hurt feelings to learn to stop caring about the little negative when there was so much positive being sent to me! Thanks for the eye opening insight! xoxo

  • Mc floralde

    Mc floralde

     14 days ago

    Very good video, I shared it. It's good to analyze ourselves, and be introspective. it's true as well that we cloud ourselves with perceptions should we start asking with "why". But I would say not to eliminate the "why" rather use it objectively for "what". The most important is, not to be biased to ourselves and stop pretending that we knew everything about ourselves as we do the introspective analysis.

  • sheree wen

    sheree wen

     14 days ago

    One should not eliminate the “why” step. “Why” is a sound and essential base of a meaningful “ what “to do next. I was “cleaver “yesterday “. Is analyzing the past with “ why” . I am “ wise” now to do “ what” next . Any successful scientist , always analyze “ why” of the success and failure of past data and decide “ what” to do next .

    Sheree, a humble scientist

  • Kimberley 123

    Kimberley 123

     14 days ago +2

    That study, sounds like external awareness is being used as a measure of self awareness.

  • Marketing Lions

    Marketing Lions

     21 days ago

    She looks crazy....I wonder if she saw that when looking in the mirror....

  • Camelia Ireland

    Camelia Ireland

     21 days ago

    Great speech i did learn from it!

  • Romskie

    Romskie

     21 days ago +2

    That was mind-opening, and I'm one of those people who appreciate what you and your colleagues do. 😊