Self-awareness is the ability to self-analyze and recognize oneself as an individual. It’s the ability to understand your emotions, personality, values, and needs. Higher self-awareness helps people seek out endeavors they enjoy and engage in fun and lasting relationships.
Simply put, higher self-awareness helps us get the most out of life.
Awareness regarding the language you use can also help elevate your game. The ability to communicate, effectively and with style, will set you and your teens apart.
There are a few suggested variables to being effective with language. Unless you’re in an artistic mode that calls for vague or abstract prose, you should,
be concrete and specific with your language,
be concise, precise and clear,
focus on being constructive and always make sure you use the appropriate level of formality,
avoid filler words and phrases.
Every generation of adults and teens have their fair share of catch-phrases and buzzwords. With communication moving at the speed of light through the use of technology and social media, the current overused words and phrases have spread like a pandemic. Here are a few that have reached the saturation point: