Life is a walk through the valley, up the hills, over the mountains and down again perhaps to cross a desert or through a forest and then to face another mountain.
Emotional Fitness Training Tips
Tip one: Get clear about what really matters. All the research agrees, what matters is feeling good about yourself and that is best done by embracing kindness. Make kindness your mission.
Tip two: Know the difference between your life mission and goals. Goals are what you want to get. Set SMART Goals. Read more about SMART Goals here.
You might also think about downloading my e-book Know Your Mission So You Can Reach Your Goals. It costs less than a latte and the good lasts longer.
Tip three: When you feel you just cannot go on? you might be dealing with a trauma of some sort. Read this about dealing with trauma. Even if not traumatized rest when you must, but as soon as you can move forward again.
Thank You for All You Do
Thank me by remembering to share is to care; if you liked this post, share it. Liking, or commenting also keep matter as your caring keeps me going.
Thank you Word Press for today’s Daily Post Prompt “Mountain” for letting me pontificate. I use the Daily Prompts not just to spark my blog ideas, but to improve my critical thinking skills. You can do the same.
Not sure about how to use a Daily Post Prompt as a writer? Here are the steps to get started. Then improve your thinking skills by seeing where the prompt has led others and how other thoughts fuel your thoughts. Whether you write or not your thinking skills are improved by reading other people’s thoughts.
LINKS OF INTEREST
These links are for those not familiar with Emotional Intelligence or the idea of Emotional Fitness.
Emotional Intelligence (en.wikipedia.org)
The five components of Emotional Intelligence (www.sonoma.edu)
Emotional Fitness Tips for Parents (parentsarepeopletoo.com)
An Emotional Fitness Program for Parents(amazon.com)