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6 Strategic Ways to Develop Emotional Mastery | Tony Robbins

The 6 steps to take control of your emotions 📝

  1. Identify what you're feeling;
  2. Acknowledge and appreciate your emotions, because there are no wrong emotions.
  3. Get curious about the message this emotion is offering you.
  4. Get confident, since you handled it once, you can do it again.
  5. Get certain that you can handle this, today and in the future.
  6. Get excited and take action.


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6 Strategic Ways to Develop Emotional Mastery | Tony Robbins

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The 6 steps to take control of your emotions 📝

  1. Identify what you're feeling;
  2. Acknowledge and appreciate your emotions, because there are no wrong emotions.
  3. Get curious about the message this emotion is offering you.
  4. Get confident, since you handled it once, you can do it again.
  5. Get certain that you can handle this, today and in the future.
  6. Get excited and take action.


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