What Are Your Blind Spots?

“The people who would like to manipulate and use you won’t tell you your blind spots. They may plan to continue using them to their advantage.” – Assegid Habtewold

We all have our own blind spots, and it typically takes a lot of time and energy to figure what yours are. Once you find them you will be unstopped.

Everyone knows about blind spots in a car, but we have blind spots in our lives nonstop. The issue is, when driving we’re taught to check out blind spots. But throughout our lives, we are not taught to check them. Typically we don’t even know what they are or how we would check them.

Knowing what your blind spots requires a certain level of self-awareness, a level that cannot be taught and has to be actively searched for. You cannot put this sort of thing on someone else in your life. It is a personal decision and action.

Take a second and think about what your blind spots are. Where are you lacking in your life? Where are you letting people take advantage of you? Do you have a blind spot monitor or just go for it?

It’s impossible to live your life without blind spots but it’s crucial that you’re aware of what yours are.

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