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Are You Emotionally Intelligent?

It’s knowing one’s own emotions… deeply knowing one’s own emotions… having a distortion free and rich self-awareness. My professional experience suggests that many people are not deeply self-aware, and I cannot over emphasise the importance of self-awareness and understanding your own personal distinctive self.

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Change Your Habits.

If you ask most people if they are a creature of habit, many will say, “Yes”, but some will say, “Absolutely not.” These “Absolutely not.” people are not deliberately telling an untruth, but research (Wood. W. 2019) has shown that neurologically we all have habits, and we all use them all the time, intentionally and below our awareness. 

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It’s possible that if you’ve never faced some difficulty, you may not have become psychologically resilient. Some of is find the world a more difficult place to negotiate than others. The issue is, can we deal with difficulties in a composed way that doesn’t disrupt our psychological balance. I call this state fluidity. Fluidity is a combination of possessing resilience, and equanimity. 

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To exercise physically has well-known benefits. Getting out of breath and raising your heart beat every day is recommended. Many of us do some physical exercise and also try to eat well, so why is it that some of us only look to consider our psychological wellbeing when we are really struggling, rather than as a proactive positive measure.

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