Ever get that uneasy feeling in your gut – not sure what it’s all about? Try and ignore it and it will keep coming back until you pay it some attention.
Understanding these different emotions is being “Emotionally Self–Aware”
Daniel Goleman the Author of Emotional Intelligence – a book he wrote over 20 years ago – says in his new research:
“Emotional Self-Awareness is the ability to understand your own emotions and their effects on your performance. You know what you are feeling and why – and how it helps or hurts what you are trying to do. You sense how others see you and so align your self-image with ta larger reality. You have an accurate sense of your strengths and limitations, which gives you a realistic self-confidence. It also gives your clarity on your values and sense of purpose, so you can be more decisive when you set a course of action”.- Read the Article here
You have the best skills to do your job – do you have the skills to manage yourself and your relationships?
Emotional Self Awareness isn’t something you achieve once and then you’re done – you make a conscious decision to continually strive for self-awareness
Jim Rohn once said:
“the more you work on yourself – the more the world around you changes.”
My next “Power of Self Awareness” workshop is in Canberra on the 27th of September 2018