How Emotionally Intelligent Are You?
Emotional intelligence or the utilisation of self-control requires deep awareness to consciously determine what you will do and when, to resist temptation, and to put off a reward until later. For decades most enterprises and startups were created or planned to attend for a particular purpose, to compete and deliver results. Today the strongest differentiator amongst business achievement and failure is the individuals' mindset strategy, which decisively influences the nature and outcome of results. To design your journey, regardless of what you want to pursue, emotional equilibrium is fundamental, and the emotional platform for better management of oneself and others is self-awareness, is mindfulness.
Negative emotions and identification with limiting thoughts can significantly affect choices, performance and results. The ability to consciously control and decided what do, when to do, and for what reason, is the blueprint for achieving excellence. Much of the decisions individuals make are unconscious and automatic; there is no self-control or mindful purpose. An unconscious mind will make excuses for lack of action, and it will search for logical responses to the low achievement. It will promptly identify with reasons and create patterns for justifications. An unconscious mind will often perform under fear of failure or carry out a project for the sole purpose of being competitive.
Today’s fast-paced, competitive global marketplace can be emotionally changeling. Therefore it increases individuals' stress and uncertainty. Fear of changing job, mediate a better salary, or setting up a new business, can culminate in anxiety, and undermine decision leading to low self-esteem and procreation. My coaching program can support individuals to become more emotionally intelligent and as a result, more able to bring awareness to their responsibilities, clear thinking, effective engagements with others, and focused perspectives. This will contribute to self-awareness, detachment from outcomes, conscious decision-making, resilience and confidence with others and certainty of choices
Our Attitudes Make Us.
To become a good leader of others. First, you must be a leader of yourself, and that requires mindfulness and self-awareness. Being a good leader does not imply that you should hold a prescribed position of significant power. You can hold a regular position in a workplace, perhaps not be in a working environment at all, and still be a great leader. Mastering leadership has everything to do with how you know and conduct yourself. The two elemental characteristics of a leader are mindset and self-respect. When you open you mind to understand others and actually listening to them, you are behaving in ways that distinguish your leadership from the ordinary, you catch the attention of others around you, making them desire to adopt some of your behaviours. When this happens, you are well on your way to being a conductor, a leader.