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Self Awareness

Quotations about Self Awareness

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Self-awareness, the conscious knowledge of one's own character, feelings, motives, and desires, is a fundamental aspect of personal growth and emotional intelligence. It encourages introspection, fosters authenticity, and empowers us to lead more fulfilling and balanced lives. The journey towards self-awareness is ongoing, offering opportunities for profound understanding and transformation.

This collection of funny quotations delves into the theme of self-awareness. They explore its role in personal development, its connection to mindfulness, and its power in shaping our responses to life's challenges. Drawing from the insights of psychologists, philosophers, and thought leaders, these quotes offer a thought-provoking exploration of self-awareness. Whether you're on a journey of self-discovery, seeking to understand your emotions better, or simply intrigued by the concept of self-awareness, these quotes will inspire reflection, stimulate introspection, and guide you towards greater self-understanding.

quotations about self awareness

"Egotist: A person of low taste, more interested in himself than in me." Ambrose Bierce (American writer, 1842-1914)

"Admiration: Our polite recognition of another's resemblance to ourselves." Ambrose Bierce (American writer, 1842-1914)

"I'm self-aware enough to know that I'm not as *self-aware*smart*happy* as I think I am." Issa Rae (American actress, 1985-)

"Self-awareness is like being able to see your own reflection in a fun-house mirror a little distorted, but still recognizable." Jimmy Fallon (American stand-up comedian, 1974-)

Self-awareness is great, but sometimes I just want to live in blissful ignorance like a *Labrador retriever.*monk.*child.* Amy Poehler (American comedian, 1971-)

"I am so self-aware that I often catch myself talking to myself about myself." Taylor Swift (American singer-songwriter, 1989-)

"If only I could turn my self-awareness into a superpower. I'd be unstoppable." John Mulaney (American stand-up comedian, 1982-)

"I'm so self-aware that sometimes I forget to be self-conscious." Mindy Kaling (American actress, 1979-)

"Being self-aware is like being *a detective*the hero*the baddy* in your own life except you're both the detective and the suspect." Jay Shetty (British podcaster, 1987-)

"Self-awareness is like a mirror that shows you all of your flaws, but also how great your hair looks." Conan O'Brien (American comedian, 1963-)

"I'm so self-aware that I've started giving myself feedback in the middle of conversations." James Corden (English actor, 1978-)

"Self-awareness is knowing that you're a complete mess, but also knowing that everyone else is too." Bill Hader (American actor, 1978-)

"Self-awareness is like a mental full-body scan, but without the awkward hospital gown." Hasan Minhaj (American comedian, 1985-)

"Self-awareness is realizing that your own thoughts are sometimes your worst enemy." Oprah Winfrey (American talk-show host, 1954-)

"Being self-aware is like playing a never-ending game of *whack-a-mole*tennis*poker* with your own insecurities." Trevor Noah (South African comedian, 1984-)

"Self-awareness is like the GPS of life. It tells you where you are, where you're going, and how much longer until you get there." Ellen DeGeneres (American comedian and actress, 1958-)

"Self-awareness is knowing when to apologize and when to pretend like you don't know what you did wrong." Tina Fey (American comedian and actress, 1970-)

"Self-awareness is like a light switch. Sometimes it's on and sometimes it's off, but when it's on, everything seems a little clearer." Kristen Wiig (American actress, 1973-)

"The reward for conformity is that everyone likes you except yourself." Rita Mae Brown (American novelist and poet, 1944-)

"They misunderestimated me." George W. Bush (American Republican statesman, 1946-)

I wouldn't say I was the best manager, but I was in the top *one.*ten.*ten percent.* Brian Clough (English football manager, 1935-2004)

"It's been my experience that people who make proclamations about themselves are usually the opposite of what they claim to be." Chelsea Handler (American comedienne and writer, 1975-)

"I am not the type who wants to go back to the land; I am the type who wants to go back to the hotel." Fran Lebowitz (American writer, 1946-)

"Underneath this flabby exterior is an enormous lack of character." Oscar Levant (American pianist, 1906-72)

"It was not till quite late in life that I discovered how easy it is to say 'I don't know'." W. Somerset Maugham (English novelist, 1874-1965)

"I have often wished I had time to cultivate modesty... But I am too busy thinking about myself." Edith Sitwell (English poet and critic, 1887-1964)

"How awful to reflect that what people say of us is true!" Logan Pearsall Smith (American-born man of letters, 1865-1946)

"I'm the girl who lost her *reputation*purse*cat* and never missed it." Mae West (American film actress, 1892-1980)

"I don't at all like knowing what people say of me behind my back. It makes me far too conceited." Oscar Wilde (Irish dramatist and poet, 1854-1900)

"Early in life I had to choose between honest arrogance and hypocritical humility. I chose honest arrogance and have seen no occasion to change." Frank Lloyd Wright (American architect, 1867-1959)

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