The 2nd Area: Internal Emotional – Your Feelings, How To Process Emotions.

This area involves your emotions and is defined as everything that happens that affects your internal emotions. Your internal emotional state is what you feel inside. It includes:

Self-Talk

One of the most powerful tools for motivation and self-control is self-talk. If you’ve ever heard of someone saying, “I need to stop thinking negative thoughts” or “I must control my inner voice,” – they’re using self-talk to accomplish the task. We often refer to ourselves in the third person, such as, “The boss said she could go home early,” but we don’t realize that we often speak to ourselves in the first person, like, “I hate working here, I can’t wait until the day I can quit.” You might even think, “I shouldn’t be thinking that way, I have

Emotional Regulation

Emotional regulation is a very effective technique for improving performance in life. It involves the ability to recognize and control emotional states, such as stress, anxiety, and anger. While most people think of emotional regulation as a characteristic of a person, in truth, it is a skill. In fact, it is often easier to learn than any other. Learning how to manage your emotions and focus your attention can profoundly affect your performance, personally and professionally.

Mindset

People who have a fixed mindset think that they’re either good at something or bad at something. They’re either really smart or really dumb. A growth mindset, however, is the ability to see a situation in terms of where you are today and where you want to be tomorrow. People with growth mindsets are open to learning and are able to adapt to changes in the world around them.

Mood

Mood is a mental state of mind that’s defined by emotions, such as feeling positive or negative. Moods also influence our actions and thoughts. For example, someone who feels happy is likely to engage in activities that make them feel good (i.e., eating sweets, listening to music, watching a romantic comedy). An angry person is likely to engage in activities that make them feel bad (i.e., yelling at someone, taking out their frustrations on their loved ones, etc.) Mood is always changing. What was once perceived as a pleasant experience can quickly turn into an unpleasant one when our mood changes. So, knowing how to control your own mood can help you get things done faster and keep you focused on what matters.

Self-Esteem

A key characteristic of people who are successful is that they have a solid sense of self-esteem. Those who lack self-esteem have difficulty with relationships. They are fearful of rejection and anxious in social situations. People who have low self-esteem often have a tendency to avoid or reject others. A feeling of self-worth comes from accepting and embracing oneself as a person.

 Self-Confidence

People often think of confidence as a trait that comes naturally to some people and not others, but research shows it doesn’t. In fact, it’s something you can work on just like anything else. “Confidence comes from practice,” says Dr. Mark Goulston, a clinical psychologist and author of the book Get Out Of Your Own Way: Overcome Self-Defeating Behavior. “It’s not something you’re born with.”

 Self-Belief

Having self-belief is an important step toward becoming successful. You need to believe in yourself, your own abilities, your company, and the products and services you offer. Without self-belief, there is no motivation. Without motivation, there is no passion. Without passion, there is no energy. Without energy, there is no effort. Without effort, there is no success.