Undoubtedly, we all experience joy differently. Joy plays an integral role in our life - it’s the feeling of great pleasure, happiness, and peace, but it’s not an innate feeling - we have to work to ensure we have joy.
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Many of us aren’t comfortable with our emotions, we have learned to push them away so we don’t have to feel and think about them. Feeling your emotions physically can be a challenge but a necessary one that is relevant to your overall health.
You know that voice in your head? It’s called “self-talk” and plays a significant role in how you feel about yourself. It’s a natural tool that when used properly can boost self-confidence and decrease negative emotions.
Life can be challenging and emotional at the best of times. Think about your best day over the last week – how much smiling and laughter played a part of that day? I bet it was significantly more than the other days, however, if you can’t recall either one, that’s definitely a red flag!
If you ask me what the secret to success is, without a doubt I would say, emotional intelligence. Indisputably, the power of an individual’s emotional intelligence differentiates them from others and I have outlined exactly how it impacts your success.
Excellence is a way of life that requires strong emotional intelligence, focus, passion, and energy. The journey towards excellence can be challenging, but you’ll progress quickly when you make the effort to develop habits that allow you to thrive.
If you’ve noticed your productivity wavering, I recommend reflecting on your self-awareness. It’s a core competency of emotional intelligence that is necessary for success; a lack of it will limit your potential.