You must learn from your successes as much as your mistakes. If you can gather information from successes and then put that to use, you have a formula for success.
As harsh as it may sound, poor self-esteem is living a lie. “Who is the real me? Am I my true self? Do I act like the person I really am?”
I want to share a simple exercise that can help improve EQ and help with dealing with emotions.
When interviewing Frans regarding excellent decision making, two variables in his thinking became very apparent which account for his success as a leader.
As a “good news junky” I must confess that I have realized that there are times when positive thinking is not good.
The difference that makes the difference is in the extent of the skilled incompetence at work during threat or non-routine circumstances.
In a work situation if the person/manager is behaving in a way that does not meet with the criteria of the recipient, can it be called “distrust?”
I have a tedious habit that comes out when I’m with a group of people. Self-deprecation.
Positive deviancy refers to that person or group of people who already consistently rise above standard and does what is wished for or expected.
Research in the field of positive psychology shows that there is not constant correlation between happiness and success. Strange, you might think. But it does make sense if you consider how wide the range of “success” is.