Wandering? wondering? Not happy with you or your life? Time to check your mission, set some SMART goals, and move on. Once you know who you want to be and where you want to go, then wander a bit, but only then.
Emotional Fitness Training Tips
Tip one: Take time to think about how you want to be remembered when you are no longer in this world. Live to make that happen.
Tip two: Remember all the research shows and sages of the ages know that what matters and what leads to the good life is being kind, sharing what you have, and being grateful for all you have been given. That is my mission and I am proud of it.
Tip three: Learn more about Missions and Goals? Instead of getting a Latte, download my eBook, Know Your Mission So You Can Reach Your Goals. The $2.99 you spend will do you more good longer than a latte.
Tip four: Like to wander? Wandering teaches lessons. So include some wander time in your goals.
Tip five: Face reality. Life brings pain and joy, sadness and happiness to all but not equally; many suffer much and others little. The stronger your self-soothing skills, to better you can move forward when life beats down on you. Go here to learn four easy Self-soothing Skills.
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.
This post was inspired by the traumatic shooting in Orlando, but also fits in with Word Press’ Daily Post Prompt “Aimless”
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 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)