Are you emotionally intelligent? If so, you can use your high sensitivity to your advantage. Here’s an article by Rhett Power to shed some light on this subject.
7 Qualities of People with High Emotional Intelligence
Emotional intelligence determines how well you do at work. Do you have the traits that define it?
“If your emotional abilities aren’t in hand, if you don’t have self-awareness, if you are not able to manage your distressing emotions, if you can’t have empathy and have effective relationships, then no matter how smart you are, you are not going to get very far.” Continue reading “Are you emotionally intelligent?”
Here’s an interesting article about perfectionism. I know as a highly sensitive person that I can relate to this. Can you?
Act in the (imperfect) Moment by Michelle Sutton-Kerchner
Stop waiting for the perfect time. It’s already here …
Procrastination is a lifestyle for many. The perfectionist in us delays tasks until they can be executed flawlessly. The result: A growing list of ignored workouts, unfinished projects, and missed lifetime opportunities. Continue reading “Do you act in the (imperfect) moment?”
Are we doing our best? Being the highly sensitive person perfectionist that I am, I get extremely frustrated when I’m not maximizing my talents and abilities or when I’m not working at peak efficiency.
In a similar vein, I get upset when others aren’t giving their best. I bristle when I receive poor service or a lackluster response from a person who is being paid to help me. I get angry when I hear about the latest scandal or blunder that our political leaders have committed. I get even angrier when I realize that I, and all the other taxpayers, will pay for their mistakes. I get distressed when I look at the current economic state of the world. Continue reading “Are we doing our best?”
Does consistency outperform perfection? Here’s a thought-provoking article by fellow highly sensitive person Amy Barbato.
I’ve decided to apply my approach to maintaining a healthful lifestyle, to other personal goals. I’ve often reassured friends who fall short of a desired daily exercise or diet plan, to repeat after me: “So what?” Take a breath, acknowledge that you did the best you could for today (you’re permitted a diversion), and just keep going. Continue reading “Does consistency outperform perfection?”