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Self-importance is the belief that your needs are more important than other people’s. Therefore, your needs must be satisfied first, even if others have to experience inconvenience. Examples of self-important behaviors include: not listening carefully to others, driving like you own the road, exploiting friends and family members, favoring your own ideas in group settings, and expecting people to agree with you on subjective issues like politics and religion. Self-importance is easy to see in others but almost impossible to see in yourself because these behaviors become automated and then are performed without awareness. Unfortunately, self-importance leads to conflict and damages relationships making it one of the biggest challenges you will face in your lifetime.

How self-important are you? To find out, answer the questions below - honestly.

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