I’m not sure if we should use a self-awareness slogan, but I was thinking “Three levels of self-awareness” or something along those lines.
I think you should use something like that.
I agree. We should definitely change the title.
I think the Three levels of self-awareness slogan is a much better match for the concept of self-awareness. It’s an important principle to keep in mind that when we think about ourselves, our opinions, and our actions, we are not always aware of what our thoughts are saying. But we are aware of what our actions are saying. When we use the slogan, I think we just need to add the adjective “aware” to the end.
The other thing I’d like to see added is the adjective aware for the slogan. Because I don’t think anyone has an idea of what that means. I think it’s just a word that’s been used several times and in ways that don’t have much meaning. If you’re like me, you don’t really think that you’re aware of anything, and you definitely don’t think you’re aware of yourself. I think that the slogan should be changed to something like “friends are aware”.
I like the slogan we came up with, but I think that the term “aware” is a bit misleading. A person who is aware of something doesn’t necessarily mean that they are aware of themselves, but rather, that they are aware of a specific thing. I think “aware” is more of a general term, because it implies that the person is aware of something that they cannot see or hear.
What I think the slogan needs to be is awareness + self-awareness = awareness. Or is awareness still the same? I think awareness is a bit more of a general term, as it is a noun that is used as a verb. I think we should change awareness from a verb into a noun.
It is hard to tell. I know I sometimes use the word awareness like I think it is a noun, and it is. But I think the slogan is a verb that has to do with self-awareness.
I think awareness is a bit too vague for the slogan. I think we should go back to the word self-awareness. That is the noun. Awareness is a verb. That would be a better slogan.