Peak performance coach Akash Karia discusses the seven major habits of “emotionally resilient” people and explains how to integrate these behaviors into your life. Experts claim that the most successful people aren’t necessarily the most intelligent or best educated; they’re the most emotionally resilient. They don’t let negative emotions cloud their judgment. Instead, they acknowledge such feelings as being inevitable and take responsibility for their actions. They can step back from a situation and not allow their emotions to take over. Karia provides tips for handling negativity, including adopting power poses, changing focus, using questions to develop greater self-awareness, and more. His easy-to-read manual contains valuable advice backed up by research. getAbstract recommends Karia’s useful method to anyone dealing with sadness, anger, frustration or other negative emotions.
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Akash Karia is a speaker and peak performance coach who specializes in resilience training. He has trained more than 80,000 people around the world.
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1 year agoEmotions are obvious but well within the control of a person. One can practice and learn how to control emotions. For this, one must detach from the result and act like an independent judge so as to arrive at the right solution. Any criticism must be viewed unbiased. If there is truth in criticism, it must be accepted and needful corrective action be taken. If it is false, one may ignore it and if reqd , may suitable counter it with evidences. Immediate reaction to any criticism must be avoided.
1 year agoIt is all about the psychological game of managing one's emotion or digesting the situation before reacting. This process gives an opportunity to a person to use his/her emotional intelligence before responding to a situation. Akash, great research work. Thanks.
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