Last updated on May 13th, 2020
Evaluating yourself is a kind of walking on the path of mental progress. When you evaluate yourself as a person, you find your strength and weakness. Finding your weaknesses, accepting them, and then working on them is all that one needs to make progress in life.
Evaluating yourself is the first key to find your mistakes, learn from them and bring improvement in your personality, work, and mental health and happiness. So, it’s time to assess yourself. Here is the checklist to help you in the process.
How to evaluate yourself as a person
1. Check your goals first:
What do you want to do in your life? Where do you see yourself after 5 years? Are you a parent, if so, what’s the plan for your child? If you are a student, what is the best career for you? And if you are generally evaluating yourself, what are your future goals? Are you working towards them?
2. Do you have enough confidence:
Do you have enough confidence to fulfil your purpose? What efforts did you make to accomplish them?
Suppose that, you want to lose weight, what strategy and discipline have you set to achieve it? Even, as a person what discipline do you follow to make your life better?
What amount of efforts and energy do you put to complete your goals? Do a check, are you lagging and putting enough energy due to some reasons? It’s time to sort it out and replan your strategies.
5. Your behaviour with others:
As a person, how is your behaviour towards others? Do you throw your anger on your spouse due to a heavy workload? Are you not giving time to your family? How is your behaviour to your employees? Evaluate yourself, are you a good person or not?
6. Attitude towards life:
How do you perceive life? Is it positive or negative? Are you a negative person who is losing opportunities and irritating others? Are you generous enough?
7. Are you judging more?
Do you always judge the people? Have you ever thought being judgemental is not good as you may also be judged later?
9. Do you forgive?
Can you forgive others? Are you holding on to a grudge? If yes, think like this, everyone makes mistakes, you can make it. How would you feel if you need an apology and you are not getting it? It hurts, no? Evaluate yourself, if you can forgive them now.
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