I have had the privilege of sharing pertinent information on emotional wellness and balance for nearly 20 years. One of my absolute favorite teachings comes from Stephen Covey. He is highly recognized for his book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Do you know about the 8th Habit? More specifically the 5 Metastasizing Emotional Cancers and how as leaders (in our personal life as well as in business), we must create an awareness of these 5 emotional cancers and choose to disengage. The 5 are: Complaining, Comparing, Criticizing, Competing and Contending. Here is a video of Stephen Covey himself on this subject. Enjoy!
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I wanted to share this with you because the speeches in it got me thinking for the better. It was exactly what I was needing. This goes so much deeper than equestrianism. Even if you're not into horses, just listen.. & Yes, I made this video, but I do not own the clips or audio.Posted by Kaitlyn Brooke on Wednesday, December 9, 2015
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