Feelings for Performance


When our emotional health is in a bad condition, our level of self-esteem is low. We need to deal with what is troubling us, so that we can enjoy life and be at peace with ourselves again.

Emotional Intelligence could be described as the ability to understand, manage, and effectively express one's own feelings, as well as engage and navigate successfully with the feelings of others. When our emotional health is out of balance we can not perform as expected at work, nor function well at home. Emotional Intelligence is essential in the formation, development, maintenance and enhancement of meaningful relationships. To understand our feelings, to truly be who we are, requires that we can talk openly about things that are important to us, that we take a clear position on where we stand on important emotional issues, and that we clarify the limits of what is acceptable and tolerable to us in a relationship. Emotionally healthy people treat themselves with respect and take care of their health, community, and environment. They are able to invest themselves completely in projects and people, because they do not fear failure or rejection.