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Tasha, thank you so much for coming on the show today. This is tough stuff, and we are hardwired to have those instincts to withhold that information. It's being self-accepting without having an overly optimistic view of your contributions. And now here's Tasha Eurich. And what we know basically from consumer psychology is that people tend to prefer whatever product is on the right of a display. Company reserves the right to terminate your use of the Service and/or the Website. It's about other people. And by the way, most of the guests on the show actually subscribe to the course and the newsletter. You shall not use the Website for any illegal purposes, and you will use it in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. I don't know. Lessons/Courses/Products: To send you lessons, courses or products in which you are interested. If we're self-absorbed, it means we think we're awesome regardless of the objective reality versus being self-aware, which is knowing the objective reality and kind of choosing to accept ourselves anyway. So instead of just going, "Oh, my gosh, I'm unemployable; here's this catastrophe scenario that I'm now playing out in my head," we come up with a plan to change our course of action. Tasha Eurich has helped thousands of leaders around the world to become more self-aware and successful. And so basically the essence of mindfulness is noticing new things. Is that just something we should stop doing if we want to be happier and more successful? And the huge number of people that think that they're self-aware but aren't. So this evidence shows that translating our emotions into language, as you say it in the article here, versus simply experiencing them, that can stop our brains from activating our fight-or-flight command centers. And I went, "Wow, tell me more please, Mike." [00:46:10] So that's the distinction, the meformer is "Here's what's going on with me on and offline." You find someone who you're close to with whom you want to improve your relationship and you invite them to dinner. You may submit such content via the Website so long as it is not threatening, objectionable, illegal, obscene, defamatory (to us or anyone else), invasive of privacy or intellectual property rights, or otherwise injurious to us or third parties. support@jordanharbinger.com. Tasha Eurich is an organizational psychologist and researcher. And that's exactly what happens. [00:37:50] We saw countless examples of this gentleman who had made a mistake and bought the wrong company. Don't forget the worksheet for today's episode. He bought the company and it basically crumbled at his hands. Jordan Harbinger: [00:44:03] Yeah, jeez. If you'd like some tips on how to subscribe to the show, just go to jordanharbinger.com/subscribe. A bad boss, a bad partner? So my research team and I, a little more than five years ago, really decided to dive in because we wanted to understand from again, a science-based standpoint, what is self-awareness? [00:03:20] And one of the first sets of statistics that we stumbled upon was very early on, we just wanted to say, what's the delta between where most of us think we are and where most of us actually are? We're so predictable as humans. But we kind of come to two categories. As always, I'm here with producer Jason DeFillippo. Submitting Questions or using the Contact Form: We have an allowed legitimate interest in providing a response to your questions and need to use your data and contact information in order to do so. We shouldn't be so focused on that, that it is paralyzing. Again, free course, no upsell, jordanharbinger.com/course is where you can find that. There are the people that, to your point, are very focused on internal self-awareness, know who they are. And what they found was the parents that said their child was special tended to have children who behaved in a more self-absorbed, narcissistic manner. We can help them if we're the right person and when we take the right approach. This first challenge is designed to build on what you learned in the Insight Quiz to give you even more information about how you see yourself—and how you are seen by others—and to compare those two … INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY / RESTRICTIONS ON USE. We either accept it as gospel or we push it away because we decide it's about that person and not about us instead of treating it as kind of a research question. On a good day, you're leaving something on the table. Access the quiz at www.Insight-Quiz.com. And that's an important distinction because I think a lot of people go, "Oh, well, I'm very introspective, therefore I'm very self-aware." The right to object: Object to how we use your data. And we read almost a thousand empirical journal articles to try to find what is this thing we call self-awareness. And then he wasn't the CEO anymore, and he started telling the joke, and no one laughed. Again, this goes back to what our unicorns were able to do seemed impossible, which is to be highly self-aware with overall less time invested. ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION. it's more action-oriented. Thinkific is the best platform to create a market and sell your own online courses. So it's got to be because I'm self-aware because I decided that I wanted that and everything I want, I get.". 92% reported becoming better influencers and communicators. What I tell people is basically as a default assumption, as much as you can, minimize the emotional impact that they have on you and focus your energy on your own self-awareness journey; you will almost never be disappointed. They're giving you one month free on their most popular plan, plus over a thousand bucks worth of training that will guide you step-by-step through refining your topic, creating effective course content, selling your course to the world so you don't have to reinvent the wheel when it comes to creating an online course. Like you said, it's like going to the gym. Well, I'm a little slightly afraid to actually put this into action, which is probably a good sign, but I think that a lot of people that know us well should be giving us more feedback, but also complete strangers are probably a good way to do that because they don't really have any consequences maybe from making it. Her first book, Bankable Leadership, debuted on the New York Times bestseller list in 2013. Are you as self-aware as you think (or hope) you are? It's like if I wasn't as self-aware as I think I am, would I really know? 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For me, like when I gave the example of my friend who said that I was very high-maintenance when I first met all of them 10 years ago, my first instinct was to be angry with them for not telling me. And it's like, "Oh, crap. Is there something I can do that's like a daily check-in, maybe? "Well, that doesn't mean anything. I think that's really instructive for us about how do I start to break this off is which of these two areas of self-knowledge do I have more room for improvement in? If we can even be aware of the questions that we're asking ourselves, that is a huge improvement. Well, that explains it. And then it's like, well, that doesn't work either. Like everybody wants to be self-aware, but then you'd go, why? It's actually harmful. And so it just requires us to be aware of those gut instincts that we have to praise based on "You're the specialist kid" versus "I love you the most." I'm just going to do it. brings focus on how we might reach real insight—the kind that transforms us and our relationships with those we work with.”, “In this groundbreaking and thought-provoking book, Tasha Eurich shows how we can seize the single greatest opportunity for continual growth, improvement, In fact, if it is a time suck, you might not be taking an approach that's going to give you the benefit you're looking for. Tasha Eurich: [00:44:00] Hopefully not, but I think it's a meaningful question. And what I discovered was it wasn't completely perfect. The right of access: We’ll provide you with the data we have about you. Company does not intend to disclose the existence or occurrence of such an investigation unless required by law, but Company reserves the right to terminate your account or your access to the Website immediately, with or without notice to you, and without liability to you, if Company believes that you have violated any of the Terms of Use, furnished Company with false or misleading information, or interfered with use of the Website or the Service by others. I mean, not that that's particularly self-helpy, but that's like a very useful question. [01:02:41] Like I had a reader who sent me an email a couple of months ago who did this with her five-year-old son. Progress . So instead of talking about why it's bad to not have the skill, what would it mean for your listeners if they improve their self-awareness 10 to 15 percent, even just keeping the bar low? That's D-E-S-I-G-N-C-R-O-W-D.com/jordan or just enter promo code JORDAN when posting a project. Especially if it's something that you haven't heard before or you have a hypothesis maybe based on their stuff instead of yours. If any provision of these Terms of Use is invalid or unenforceable under applicable law, the remaining provisions will continue in full force and effect, and the invalid or unenforceable provision will be deemed superseded by a valid, enforceable provision that most closely matches the intent of the original provision. And I said, "No, I didn't feel that. You sort of think about it like, "Oh, I wonder what my team says about me when I'm not in the room," or "I wonder what kind of partner I really am to my significant other." So that's the holy grail, right? This site uses cookies and similar technologies to track particular aspects regarding the people who visit us. After contacting us, if you still feel an issue has not been resolved, you have the right to file a complaint with a Supervisory Authority such as the Data Protection Commissioner of Ireland. Tasha Eurich: [00:40:07] That's it. Very insightful indeed!”, “As an executive coach for almost four decades, I have seen firsthand how important it is for leaders to be self-aware. Nobody says that, but they will do it with pretty much any other skill that requires maintenance. It really goes back to our hardwiring as human beings. 69 calories per can, a great choice if you want to skip the alcohol but still enjoy a beer. Tasha Eurich, Ph.D., ... Take the free, five minute Insight Quiz. WE MAKE NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY CONCERNING ANY TREATMENT, OUTCOME OR ACTION FOLLOWING THE INFORMATION OFFERED OR PROVIDED WITHIN OR THROUGH THE WEBSITE. That link is in the show notes at jordanharbinger.com/podcast. You assume all of the risk, responsibilities and consequences resulting from your use of, or access to, third-party websites. It was about 300 people. You agree that any arbitration or court proceeding shall be limited to the dispute between us and you, individually. Again, there's a lot to this, but we found that there are sort of different types of unaware people. Each time that you access the Website or create or submit User-Generated Content, you agree to ratify and confirm the terms of the then-existing User-Generated Content License for that submission and all previous submissions by you to us. Just the women." You pick the one you like best to approve payment to the winning designer and proudly get to work updating your new logo wherever it appears -- stationery, the side of an office building, whatever. But I think the second possibility, and I've seen this happen, is you're successful until the moment that you're not. In addition, we may litigate in court to seek injunctive relief. What is CEO Disease. UNITED STATES. In this episode, Tasha Eurich describes concepts from her book Insight: The Surprising Truth About How Others See Us, How We See Ourselves, and Why the Answers Matter More Than We Think.Eurich … And if I look at my personal journey of self-awareness, I can tell you about a tool to get more feedback from the people that know us and love us the most is, it usually is little things. Could you tell us more, could you do a little bit of introspection about why you chose the pair you chose?" This has been life-changing for me. Her latest book, Insight, delves into the connection between self-awareness and success. Again, not a lot of people talking about self-awareness except for people that are woefully un-self-aware, I would say. https://www.topbusinessleaders.com/dr-tasha-eurich-insight-surprising-truth I don't have data; you do. Self-awareness." And I don't know why this popped into my head, but I was thinking about maybe like famous bad bosses. I was interested in self-awareness just because I've been an executive coach and an organizational psychologist for the last 15 or so years, and I had noticed that this term had become just this huge buzzword, you know, seemingly overnight. Campbell, CA 95008-2357 It doesn't mean that they're not willing to help us. Jordan Harbinger: [00:32:45] There's something to be said for status in any interaction. I've got to sit down and think about that, whereas some people -- and I was up to a point kind of jealous of these folks -- I would be like, "Man, look at this person just filming themselves eating spaghetti with a celebrity in the background, and they're just with reckless abandon, and then they're having no problem. I was meforming. But I think that there's something to be -- what are we going to have to do eventually to redefine what narcissism means? Jordan Harbinger: [00:00:03] Welcome to the show. But we found -- for you statistics nerds that are listening -- a 0.0 correlation between people's overall internal and external self-awareness. It was with great anticipation that I cracked open the new book by Dr. Tasha Eurich, Insight: Why We’re not as Self-Aware as We Think, and How Seeing Ourselves Clearly Helps Us … NO WARRANTIES. So if we ask "Why are we like oil and water?" Nobody wants to walk around with metaphorical toilet paper stuck to their shoes for 20 years. 100% reported improvement in both their leadership effectiveness and relationships. Fortunately, reveals organizational psychologist and New York Times bestselling author Tasha Eurich, self-awareness is a surprisingly learnable skill. That's him that does it." [00:45:05] With our self-awareness unicorns, one of the findings that was really shocking to me in the context of all of this was when we looked at how much time they spent on social media. And the third is, "How can I be smarter tomorrow?" We'll link to that in the show notes and the worksheet as well. [00:11:33] Number one is they understand who they are on the inside. I assume that catches up with us at some point and therefore it's bad for you, right? Jordan Harbinger: [00:20:33] I'd love to go back a little bit because the idea that introspection turns out to be bad for us, I think we need to sort of highlight and circle that a little bit more. Because that's kind of great. It seems so obvious. and performance. I probably shouldn't do that anymore." And Mary's boss, Lou Grant, was this kind of brash, almost abusive boss. It doesn't even hit my ‘reading’ file!”, “This newsletter distinguishes itself by providing thoughtful, humbling, and concise life-lessons in a practical way that can be immediately used and applied.”, “Your messages are simple, clear, very insightful and, most of all, filled with compassion and kindness. What if a complete stranger was like, "Oh, you kind of smell." They're better leaders, they're more innovative, they're more confident, they're better communicators. And immediately you can see the different path that took him down. Swapping out what for why can mean the difference between true, actual insight from introspection and leading ourselves down that rabbit hole that we talked about earlier. It's a blast. The book of course also has practicals and there's a quiz on your website, this Insight quiz where you can take this five-minute survey to get a higher level picture of your self-awareness and get a few suggestions you can do right away to improve it. [00:16:43] So what the data tells us on self-awareness is that people who are self-aware, they're more promotable, they perform better at work, they get more clients, they build better relationships. And one challenge I often give to people is the next time you go to post something on social media, or the next time you start to tell a story in your group of friends, think about your motive for doing that. But I actually think it's more important to look at what are the benefits of having the skill. You agree to fully indemnify, defend and hold us (including our agents, representatives, and assigns, collectively the “Indemnified Parties”) harmless from and against any and all claims, liability, damages, losses, costs and expenses, including legal fees and expenses, suffered by us and arising out of any breach of the conditions by you or any other liabilities arising out of your use of the Website or Services, or the use by any other person accessing the Website using your password, personal computer or other electronic device, or internet access account. And don't forget we have a worksheet for today's episode so you can make sure you solidify your understanding of the key takeaways from Tasha Eurich. But in the dinner, you ask them the following question: "What do I do that is most annoying to you?" There's a story of a CEO I know who was in a very, very powerful position, huge Fortune 100 company, and he had this joke that he would always tell to everyone and they would be rolling on the floor laughing. INSIGHT - the Quiz. Usually, though, it's not as clear that you shouldn't listen to someone. https://www.jordanharbinger.com/tasha-eurich-the-surprising-truth-about-insight Jordan Harbinger: [01:11:50] That's fascinating. Because I think a lot of these guys who are saying things like this, like "I'm so self-aware and I'm so humble," and all this stuff, and "It's great. All disputes will be resolved before a neutral arbitrator whose decision shall be final except for a limited right of appeal under the FAA. One of the things we did in our research program that I thought was so fascinating was we actually found people who didn't start out as self-aware, who entered their adulthood, either sort of low in self-awareness or moderate self-awareness, but who were able to -- through some magical process we wanted to understand -- learn to see themselves more clearly. So what they told us was, if I get feedback, especially if it's unsolicited feedback from some random person -- everybody has had this happen; I call it drive-by feedback -- they walk up to you at the end of the meeting. On the Jordan Harbinger Show, we decode the stories, secrets, and skills of the world's most brilliant and interesting people and turn their wisdom into practical advice that you can use to impact your own life and those around you. So then we ask, "What can I do to make sure this doesn't happen again?" Her mission in life … Or you're even trying to figure out "Why do I want to buy this company?" "I'm a big loser and I'm never going to be successful in any corporate situation." Because all of these Boomers are like, "Ah, the young people, they're all narcissists now," and then even Millennials are like, "Man, Gen Z," and Gen Z is probably going to be like, "iGen is just insufferable," but the truth is we're all freaking insufferable these days. So there's a pattern that I've discovered that prevents most of us from seeking feedback. of personal and professional success. The right to data portability: Ask us to provide your personal data we have for export. And the answer is because it's actually really hard for me to get into a mindset where I can sit down, post a picture of me sitting next to Kobe Bryant or something and be like, "Look how cool I am," which, no matter how you structure your caption, is exactly what you're freaking doing. And just that question "What am I feeling right now?" That's interesting. We learn things that other people see us doing that they appreciate that we don't even know we're doing. I know that you'll always tell me the truth and you have when I have needed you to. Imagine you're driving a car and you're cruising down the highway; you've got somewhere to be. That's where you activate those loving critics. And so that was what we discovered. If you have any questions about this, please contact us. Tasha Eurich: [00:02:37] That's it. You're going to be pissed off. Should a court of competent jurisdiction rule the new Amendment provision invalid, then this Amendment clause shall be terminated as part of this agreement with the agreement between all parties reverting to the previous set of terms applicable to the Website and Service. Compare and contrast, a tool to help us see similarities and differences between our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors over time. It's like when CEOs joke about how their kids are the ones they learn the most from because nobody else has the balls to be like, "Your shoes are ugly." ", Jordan Harbinger: [00:18:12] Is there a scientific term or a statistical term for something that -- a concept that works in one way, but not the other? So let me just look at myself through the way other people see me according to my own filters and cognitive bias." Okay. That's a thing which totally makes sense now, of course, but that's on there. And I think we hold up specialness as the holy grail. That's what can be really helpful about comparing and contrasting is it kind of helps us take a step back in our lives and see what threads are running through things to help us have a better ability to make good decisions about our presence. But on the other hand, is an equally bad problem, just an opposite one, is the people who are focused on external self-awareness, but not internal. Any time someone offers me feedback, I listen to it, I hear it, I act on it." And what we discovered was they were spending more time online, but they were spending it very differently. And basically what you need to know is you can give this a shot and you will, let's just say, feel/see the difference, and if you want to see it in action, but not in the way you're probably thinking right now, go to p3om.com/jordan. All of these participants had been asked to introspect. This can be the result of our innate confirmation bias, which prompts us to lean towards reasons that confirm our existing beliefs. So a meformer is someone who intentionally or unintentionally is focused on themselves. of Consumer Affairs in CA, Consumer Information Center may be contacted in writing at 1625 North Market Blvd, Suite N-112, Sacramento, CA 95834 or by calling 1-800-952-5210. You know, what have you. Self-awareness goes a bit deeper than we think. These guys are all over it. And it's like, do you just not see any of the irony here? And I'm like, "They don't necessarily think he's funny. I felt that way then after about two years." What was so fascinating was those two types of self-knowledge had no relationship to each other. It just means that you get all of the latest episodes downloaded automatically to your podcast player so you don't miss a single thing. [00:00:40] Today's conversation is about self-awareness. It's at home as well. And what they did is they asked the passersby to come by the table and pick their favorite in these identical pairs of pantyhose. Transactions: We will collect your information as part of a legal contractual transaction. 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