This summer when I decided to open my own college in San Diego, I found myself thinking about the possibility of living in a home that had the same basic principles of self-aware introspection as the rest of my life.
If you go to a big university like UC San Diego, then you can have a home that is built in the same way an 8th grade student might, but the self-awareness comes from the use of the word “the.” The word “the” is an 8th grader’s way of saying “I.
So I decided to start the process of self-awareness by taking an introspective look around my room. I found an old framed map of the city of San Diego on my wall and I drew a rough outline of the room with a pen. I added a few details that might be useful for self-awareness. I also bought an old book “The Psychology of Everyday Life,” and I opened it to a random page.
The psychology of everyday life (or APLE) is a book I bought to help me work on my self-awareness. It has a section called “Observation” that is used as a self-awareness checker. When I did an observation exercise, I was able to identify a few things about myself that I might want to address.
I think the key to self-awareness is making sure that we acknowledge what we see and what we do. When I do that, I feel a much greater sense of self-awareness, and I see myself as someone who doesn’t need to be convinced by someone else to act.
And I do the same thing when I do the Observation exercise. I take a small piece of paper and write down the day I saw a person and the person they saw, and the person I saw. I then check the paper again, and I get a response to the person I saw and the person I saw. If I see the person I saw, I say, “That’s good. That’s good looking.” The person I saw I said, “That’s good looking.
I think this is an important point. Sometimes when we go into a room, we look at a wall, and we see something that we like, but we don’t know what it is. When we do the Observation exercise, I can usually find out what it is.
The idea behind NUC University’s new ‘Observation exercise’ is that you don’t need to see something to know what it is. Instead you just look at a wall and say, “That looks good. Are there any good pictures of this?” You’ll know it when you find it.
The idea behind the Observation exercise is that we need to spend time looking at a wall, and if we can’t find it, then we can not look at that wall. I am sure a lot of people have made it into the Observation exercises, but I don’t know why you would think that, but if you can’t find it, then you are in a good position for the rest of your life.
I will show you how to do it.