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3 Emotional Intelligence Exercises that Build a Growth Mindset

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Build relationships by meeting new people over lunch or coffee, once a week. Making an effort to meet new people builds your network and helps you in your career in infinite ways.

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3 Emotional Intelligence Exercises that Build a Growth Mindset

3 Emotional Intelligence Exercises that Build a Growth Mindset

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The 'Have' Mindset

Living your life in abundance and victory, even before you actually attain any of it, is a way to bring it to your life, faster than anything.

Having an unshakable belief that you already 'have' something conjures the powers of the universe to make it into a reality for you.

Own, Partner, Delegate

Two Emotional Intelligence muscles, self-awareness, and self-management are worked when you use this technique of handling your core responsibilities and tasks, once every week:

  • Own: What tasks you need to do yourself?
  • Partner: What stuff you need to partner with another person to complete?
  • Delegate: What tasks you need to give to an expert, or outsource due to lack of time?

Meet New People

Build relationships by meeting new people over lunch or coffee, once a week. Making an effort to meet new people builds your network and helps you in your career in infinite ways.

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