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Self-Awareness: How do your peers see you differently than you see yourself?

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One way to locate these blind spots is to use the Johari Window , created by Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham. This is the area where both you and your peers agree upon adjectives/qualities that best describe you. It just means that these adjectives/qualities are not seen as much in you as other qualities. Here you’ll find the qualities you believe you have, but which your peers don’t see.