Being able to help others (and yourself) identify the emotion that is impacting decision-making during a conversation will help keep things positive and in motion. When you or someone is responding with negative emotions, do not try to deal with the issue – start dealing with the emotion instead. A person in a high emotional state will not be thinking rationally. Ask them how or what they are feeling. Ask them what specifically is driving that feeling. Helping someone
identify their own emotional tone will automatically begin to dissipate the emotion. Ultimately everyone will return to rational thinking and you can solve the issue at hand.
Step 1 Awareness. Being able to step outside yourself for a minute and notice what you are thinking is the first step toward clarity.
Step 2 Management. Knowing when and how to challenge and manage your “Little Voice” can set you free from recurring self-sabotage, fears, and doubts that stop you from pursuing bigger goals in your life and going after your dreams.
This information will help you understand some of the common places your “Little Voice” may try to sabotage you and will introduce some concepts and techniques that can help you manage you it.
In a day or two, after you have had time to review your diagnostic explanation, you will receive a link to your 3 complimentary Little Voice Mastery techniques which you can use whenever the Little Voice gets in your way.
If you would like to learn more about how to master your specific “Little Voice” and how it can affect your life and decision making, please visit my Little Voice Mentoring page for some free support and/or grab a copy of my best selling book “Little Voice” Mastery.
Remember that the distance between you and all the wealth, health, and happiness you want is not years away. It’s the distance between your right ear and left ear.