Emotional Intelligence for Success

What are YOUR Emotions making you do?

Do You use emotions to accelerate Success? OR are they working Against you?

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>> Click here to read Maddy’s article published in the international journal ‘Aromatherapy Times’

Most of us experience far more negative emotions, everyday, than positive ones!

 

Excerpt from the article:

These days the levels of happiness have dropped significantly and it has become an occasional thing!  It is very important to know that we are emotional creatures. All that we do is to fulfill some emotional need.

Deficiency of vitamins, vital minerals and nutrients can be taken care of with supplements and diet, but what about the deficiency of self-love, self-praise, self-respect? What do you do for the needs like fulfillment, peace of mind or inner-joy? Negative emotions lead to many mental health problems and many physical illnesses.

“To experience positive/healthy emotions you don’t need a big house or a nice car or a managerial job or a million pounds in your bank.” ~Maddy Malhotra

“People spend a lifetime searching for happiness; looking for peace. They chase idle dreams, addictions, religions, even other people, hoping to fill the emptiness that plagues them. The irony is the only place they ever needed to search was within.” ~R. L. Anderson

Use emotions to accelerate your success and accomplish goals. If you want to accomplish something, you will have to clearly visualise the exact outcome you desire including how you would feel when you achieve your goals.

“At the end of the day it’s not ‘what looks good’ that matters, it’s ‘what feels’ good.” ~Maddy Malhotra

When you experience a negative emotion ask: What can I learn from this feeling? Is there something I must resolve?

“Fear and pain should be treated as signals not to close our eyes but to open them wider.” ~Dr. Nathaniel Branden

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