Four key behavioral characteristics describe and define the dimension of Emotional Sensibility:
- Able to respond to emotional stimuli of low intensity (don’t need to be hit over the head with high intensity to get your attention)
- Can be empathetic (different from sympathy) and yet can still get the job done
- Experience improved interpersonal relationships (tend to live at ‘joy’ and are not knocked down or become immobile by the choices of others)
- Choose a positive can-do mindset, self-talk, and use affirmation—a positive style of speaking—when communicating with yourself and others
Likely you have some of these dimensions already in place. Identify and hone those that are missing or relatively undeveloped. You can do it.