Bleak Emotional Life for Me without Social Media

What would life be without blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest?  For me?  Dismal. Certainto make me  crankier ,  if that is possible, and it is. I did this Poster Coach several weeks ago to encourage some of my aging friends to join the ranks of the social media users. I did not plan to blog today, …

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When A Goal Is Not Met, The Wrong Goal Was Set

The SMART goal series continues. I didn’t make last week’s goal. Sigh. You need to measure your progress and motivation weekly to succeed. My motivation remains at a four, five, and six. My goal for last week was to get my eBook Twelve Easy Daily Emotional Fitness Exercises edited and ready to publish as an EFTI …

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How to Time Goals So You Score

Timing is every thing, well almost. As Yogi Berra said, “You don’t have to swing hard to hit a home run. If you got the timing, it’ll go.”  So I have reached the final step in my efforts to set a SMART goal for EFTI. If you have not been  following Emotional Fitness Training’s  SMART …

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Six Tips to Keep Your Point of View From Twisting Your Thinking

We view the world from our unique point of view. Emotional Intelligence requires challenging not just other views, but ours. Who did you vote for in the last election? Still defending your choice and planning on voting the same way next election? Researchers know the odds  are you vote the same.  Challenging the past decisions …

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