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Bring thy ego to account each day ~ Part II Panel Discussion
A roundtable panel discussion on the Ego, What does an ego that hasn't been brought to account look like vs an ego that is regularly brought to account?

Why is it important that we bring our ego/self to account each day? What does bringing our ego to account look like?
These are a few important questions that we'll be taking a closer look at together.

The ego is often described as the part of ourselves that holds our sense of self, identity, and personality. It is the part of us that is concerned with our survival, success, and social status. The ego can play an important role in our lives, helping us to feel confident, motivated, and capable. However, an unchecked ego can lead to a range of problems, including arrogance, selfishness, and a lack of empathy.

Bringing our ego to account can look like reflecting on our actions and behaviors each day, seeking feedback from others, and being open to criticism and constructive feedback. It can also involve engaging in practices such as mindfulness or meditation, which can help us to cultivate a greater sense of self-awareness and perspective.

Overall, bringing our ego to account is an important practice for personal growth, healthy relationships, and overall well-being. By developing a more balanced and humble sense of self, we can become more compassionate, understanding, and effective in our interactions with others.

Mar 19, 2023 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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