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Did you know only around 15% of people experience true self-awareness? Even more surprising, in the same study, researchers found that the more self-aware someone thinks they are, the opposite is likely to be true!
When Scott Allender shared this info with me in a recent conversation, I was floored! I just had to hear more about how self-awareness relates to our emotional health and how both of those pieces relate to success.
In his new book, The Enneagram of Emotional Intelligence: A Journey to Personal and Professional Success, Scott uses one of my favorite tools, the Enneagram, to help you move towards emotional health in a way that makes sense for your personality and sets you up for success.
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Scott Allender is the co-host of The Evolving Leader podcast and author of The Enneagram of Emotional Intelligence: A Journey to Personal and Professional Success. Scott is an expert in global leadership who regularly teaches enneagram workshops and lives in Nashville.
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“Only 13-15% of people are truly self aware and the more self aware somebody thinks they are the opposite is likely to be true.”
“Your IQ might get you in the door. Your EQ is going to determine whether or not you stay inside the room or get invited back. Our EQ is our IQ at its testing point.”
“Until we do the work of cultivating this level of awareness we are often operating on autopilot.”
“The studies say that more than 70% of our success is directly attributed to emotional intelligence.”
“What is common to all types is really getting connected to the body, heart, and head.”
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