SELF ASSESSMENT OR SELF JUDGEMENT, is to know where one is standing. The questions answered are what the abilities are, how much potential does one have, what the IQ is, how creative one can be, where one’s passion is required, and which skills are needed, and so on. Self-acceptance is an art, today we meet most of the people with different circumstances and level of consciousness. Some are conscious about their looks, some for their IQ levels, some for their creativity, and some might think they are not good enough, as they have nothing.
This is not what we have from birth, this is what we inhale from the society- the compliments and the judgments. Possibly, judgments might take a form of bullying, the person who gets bullied turns to become nothing. But those who know their worth have a grip on, they can fight and change the tides. They can make a super great change, peacefully and successfully.
One of the greatest obstacles to creative transformation and moving deeper into self-acceptance is unwholesome self-judgments, and we all have them. The mind’s ability to generate such judgments is very powerful, because it’s working on old neural programming that must be rewritten again and again before new, more wholesome thought processes can become habitual. With more wholesome thought patterns in place, crisis becomes less overwhelming, and it’s far easier to let go of resistance, tune in to your passions and inner resources, and move forward with self-confidence.
Reflective study needs to have a good intent; otherwise it does not always lead to good impacts. Some groups carrying out conflict assessments examine the problems and capacities of others without looking inward at their own contributions to the conflict or their own lack of capacity.
The “you must do these” for self-assessment:
· Determine what we can or cannot do given our identity and our resources.
· Understand our biases and tendencies to groupthink.
· To assess how others view us and our interests.
· To identify what can we do differently that might influence our own role?
· In addition to asking "What can we do to change them?"
It is an ongoing process, before research begins on assessment, again before planning reflective study efforts, and then again during monitoring and evaluation.
Redesigning your self-assessment helps identify and prioritize the best match of your resources, capacities and networks to local context. It creates an opportunity for you to reflect on whether you may cause more harm than good, despite your best intentions. For that you may need to work on
· Focus Groups
· Do you know what you don't know?
· Where will you begin yourself?
· Who will you talk to first?
· How will others perceive your identity?
Redesigning for your own assessment needs your capabilities to reorganize your thoughts and process of working, because self-assessment allows us to reconsider our flaws and the best things we can do. And if you design a road for your assessment it will be the greater component in clearing your mind about the tasks you are up to.