Thank you so much for your interest in The Insight, by Sheba. I hope you enjoyed this week’s blogs about “Emotional Traits.”
Next week’s topic will be “Managing Emotions.”
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- Our ability to overcome adversity and cultivate positive emotional traits despite life circumstances and set range is ultimately what determines our levels of enduring happiness. Don’t get discouraged if life throws a challenge your way. Rather, look for an encouraging and forward-thinking perspective. You are responsible for the amount of happiness in your personal formula. Experiment in you!
- Gratitude is not often associated with individual characteristics and emotional traits because it requires action. It is not something static or fixed into our emotions or identities. It’s not something we were born with; it is something we must practice daily and nurture to cultivate. In practicing gratitude we become grateful by making ourselves more aware of the many good fortunes we have and experience everyday. Improve yourself by adjusting your perspective to see the many things you have to be grateful for!
- It all comes down to knowing yourself. Know your interests, your limitations, your abilities, and your needs, then set your goals based on these things. You may experience set backs, but as long as you stay motivated and keep at it, you will never fail.
- Work at the image you project. Self-confidence exhibited by the attention to detail you display, how you treat people, present yourself, demonstrate body language and make choices. Appreciate and respect all the parts of your life that make you who you are today. You will be able to represent your best self confidently if you recognize and appreciate who that is.
The Insight— Emotions can be a bit of a sticky situation, but only if we let our emotions carry us away. Maintain self-awareness in every situation and never lose your cool. Keep in mind that difficult situations as well as easy ones are just temporary. If we let ourselves get carried away in the emotions we feel in those situations, the consequences can be damaging and permanent. Remember that everything is fixable. We are not the products of our circumstances; we are shaped instead by our responses to those situations and our ability to bounce back.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Creating Positive Perspectives for Life