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Improving Emotional Agility

  1. Bring self-compassion in your experience, by practising resilience, honesty and self-motivation.
  2. Trusting yourself and your natural emotions instead of condemning them. You need to be kind to yourself.
  3. Imagining what your mentor, or the wisest person you know, or your idol would do in your(difficult) situation, and see how the response is different.

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Emotional Agility

Emotional Agility

Emotional agility is the capacity to be healthy with our thoughts, emotions and our being.

Our emotions need a level of gentle acceptance and compassion, as they are not good or bad by themselves. Self-hustling ourselves and trying to bring out only positive emotions does not work...

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How To Handle Difficult Emotions

  • We need to be compassionate and kind with the way we handle our difficult emotions, starting with accepting them.
  • We then need to be curious and mindful about the emotion, asking ourselves if this emotion is owning us or we are in command.
  • We need to be courageous with ou...

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Exercising emotional agility is one of the most useful ways to let go of past events that are stopping you from moving on. It consists of:

  • Connection. Talking it out with someone you feel safe around. Share your experience and your feelings.
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  1. Recognise the biases: These include confirmation bias, conviction bias, appearance bias, the group bias, the blame bias and superiority bias.
  2. Beware the enflaming factors: Our emotions rise up when ou...

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  • Own your bias. Note your prejudicial thoughts or biased action. Recognize tendencies to judge others or yourself. Bring self-compassion and emotional openness to that awareness.
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