Find out the things that you don’t know are holding you back.

“Really? I had no idea I do that!” This is what I hear from leaders I coach when we come across a blind spot they have.

Blind spots are things others see in you that you don’t see in yourself. Shining a light on blind spots is one of the most empowering parts of executive coaching, as it makes leaders self-aware so they can then consciously choose how to be.

Leadership, at its core, is a journey of self-awareness and growth. Often, the most significant hurdles I see leaders face are not external challenges, but internal blind spots that can derail even the most experienced leader.

Acknowledging your blind spots is a critical step toward becoming a more transformational leader. As Carl Jung said, “Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” Check out The Amare Wave: Uplift Your Business by Putting Love to Work for a complete guide to self-awareness for high-impact leadership.


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