I have a steady personality, down-to-earth, honest attitude, positive, sincere, good communication skills, proactive and down-to-earth work, a strong sense of responsibility, the desire to take the initiative to learn, self-motivated learning, the ability to understand and adapt to the challenge, the spirit of teamwork, can help managers to complete the work, hope to get more space for self-development strong.
Think about the last time you felt a negative emotion, such as stress, anger, or depression. When you experience this negative emotion, is your brain messed up with all sorts of thoughts, or is it paralyzed and unable to think about it the next time you find yourself in a very tense period, or when you feel angry or depressed, stop, yes, that's right, stop whatever you're doing, stop sitting for a minute, and be completely immersed Let the emotion pass away in a negative emotion. Let yourself have a minute to really feel it.
Don't deceive yourself. Spend a whole minute, just one minute, to feel that emotion - when the minute is over, ask yourself if I'm willing to keep it when you're completely immersed in it and really feel it, You'll be surprised to find that if you think you need to hold on to this emotion for a while, it's OK. When you feel that you've had enough of it, give yourself another minute to feel the emotion and ask yourself, if you don't want to, would you like to carry this negative emotion into the rest of the day when you exhale It's time to take a deep breath and release all negative emotions with your breath.
This exercise seems too simple, but it's very effective. It gives negative emotions a real feeling space. You are dealing with emotions, not suppressing them, trying not to feel them.
When you're immersed in an emotion, you deprive it of the power of the emotion by giving it the space and attention it needs, and realizing that it's just an emotion, and it's out of control. You can clear your mind and move on with your task - the next time you're in a negative mood, give yourself a space to feel the emotion and see what happens. Take a piece of paper with you that says, "stop immersing for a minute.
I want to keep this negative emotion in a deep breath, exhale, release action. This will remind you of the steps in the process. Remember, take the time to really immerse yourself in the emotion.
Then, when you feel enough, release it. Really let it go. You'll be surprised how quickly you can get out of the negative state To what you really want to do.
In my dream, I would be a business manager for a company during the day and a Broadway show at night, both of which were in progress. I planned to live soon in a fairly large walking apartment outside Midtown Manhattan with a husband and two children on the screen, but until I was financially and emotionally safe for myself, And ready to devote all my time and energy to my family, and when appropriate, I will continue to perform, but still leave enough space in my schedule to manage my family successfully.