Thursday, June 14, 2018

Your Performance on Stage

In Kindergarten, five-old Farguart learned to hang a sign around his neck with a ‘feeling’ label on it to identify the emotion he was experiencing, and to change the ‘feeling’ label as he climbed to joy on the little wooden stairs steps:

  • Joy:            I feel glad
  • Anger:        I feel mad
  • Fear:          I feel scared
  • Sadness:    I feel so-sad
 If little Farguart could learn to identify emotions and feelings, articulate desirable behaviors—and then actually follow-through and exhibit them—so can you. Moreover you can role-model these skills to others and help them develop their skills that contribute 80% to their success in life. In the process, you, too can be more successful.

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