In our culture it can sometimes be a
challenge not to be triggered,whether
at work or home.
• How long do you feel triggered for?
• How deeply do you feel it?
• Does it ruin your day, cut into your productivity, or get you stuck from moving onto what you love doing?
• Or does it drain you?
We can ask ourselves, is there any way this trigger can work for me in the positive?
Sometimes a trigger can prompt us to learn that we need to do something else, take action.
That something can be:
• Speaking up about something that is important for us.
• Gaining clarity on our core values.
• Learn that you want something to be different in your life.
• Or simply to learn Emotional Intelligence, in how to navigate emotions.
Being Triggered -- is Reacting. Reacting is different than Responding.
RESPONDING -- allows us to have better results in achieving our outcomes. It involves Emotional Intelligence.
REACTING -- can have a backlash. It is an unconscious reaction, out of control, a triggered-reaction. There can be a price to pay for it, with unwanted results. Reacting in trigger-mode on a frequent basis can deplete energy, affect one's health, peace of mind, and overall satisfaction in life.
Learning to gain clairity and control over one's triggers, can transform one's experiences to be more motivating, growth-oriented, and develops greater satisfaction in work and life.
Learning to move past triggers to Emotional Intelligence can open doors to your possibilities and achievements. And can be a great start to your New Year!
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Certified Master Practitioner in Energy Leadership