Conscious competence is an important concept in leadership and personal development. It’s the ability to perform a skill at the peak of your ability, not just doing it on autopilot, but with full awareness of what you’re doing and why. Conscious competence requires attention, focus and feedback—three things that can be hard for busy people to find when they’re trying to do everything at once. But when we focus on one thing at a time, even if it feels like we’re taking small steps forward rather than giant leaps forward, we’ll increase our level of conscious competence over time while also increasing our enjoyment! Watch as I explain how this works in my latest video:
Conscious competence is a step beyond unconscious competence. It’s the ability to perform a skill at the peak of your ability, without having to think about it. When you can do something without thinking about it, that means that you have mastered it and are able to perform it subconsciously. Conscious competence is the next level up from this–it’s being able to perform tasks at peak performance while still being aware of what you’re doing and why.
How to achieve conscious competence
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