The most successful people aren’t experts in everything. They are an expert in at least one thing, then they create value with it and share it.
We value others based on their perception of their skills, so to be an expert means we remove all doubt that we are the expert. There’s no reason to use doubting words like “I think.” And, we continue to create influential knowledge so we remain the expert.
Let us be committed to learning and developing our expertise today.
When we have time, it shows we are available. When we make time, it demonstrates we know what our priorities are. When we find time, it confirms our commitment. When we spend time, it proves what we value.
Knowing the true value of time and how we choose to spend it is who we really are, not who we say we are.
Knowing our true values and spending our time in balance with those values is where our peace lies.
Let us realize the value of every moment of time today.
When we are stable, confident, and clear about what we stand for, we are emotionally intelligent. This is when we can control our thoughts before we start to spin out of control.
If we allow ourselves to start spinning, it’s easier to lose our perspective and position. The more we spin, the more tension starts to build, and our mind triggers more stress.
If we can’t stop it, it’s as if we allow ourselves to be emotionally hi-jacked: unstable, unsure and unclear.
Let us minimize emotional hi-jackings and stand emotionally intelligent today.