It allows you to make thoughts out of constructing sentences :D You can create questions you might not have considered if you hadn't substituted certain words for phenomenon/words period. Like, you questions something because you can form questions, but then through train-of-thought or purposefuly you might change the noun or subject of the question to be directed at yourself. Like if you try to explain an outside phenomenon like "Why does it rain" and then "Why does rain exist" and then "What causes the rain" And then "Why am I thinking of this stuff, what the heck, I'm totally distracted I should be working." ahahhaha, idk this might not make sense. Like you'll start wondering about yourself because maybe humans are like that idk.
It opens up possibilities though. Without words there are just vague feelings and thoughts and language [as it grows] allows you to put this into words, and it sorta feeds each other [but sometimes they can't rep each other well maybe even subtract because even speaking is a transfer of information, so some data might be lost on the way].
Language allows you to put your thought into words. When you need to reflect on yourself, you need to put your thoughts into words. It also forces you to make your thoughts clear so that they can be conveyed by language.
Self Reflection helps us to gain an understanding of who we are as individuals first, beyond who we are as leaders. Because, to be truly effective at leading others, we need to be effective at ‘leading’ ourselves and if we are unable to really know ourselves, we are only being deluded into thinking that we can lead ourselves. Self-reflection allows us to recognize our core values, not just by naming what we value, but why those things are most important to us. Along with our values, by taking the time to reflect on our own self, we can start to clarify our own personal vision of what it is that we want to be, do and have in our lives and most importantly how we want to feel as we go...