Emotionally Agile People

By Susan David

How do you navigate change?

In this wild and unpredictable world, the only certainty is uncertainty, and you need to be agile in order to grow and thrive.

You have a choice when you’re faced with difficult emotions. You can feed into rigid responses like sarcasm, avoidance, or disengagement, or you can do the opposite, moving toward the difficult emotion with compassion, curiosity, and acceptance.

Either way, your decision matters because how you process and respond to your emotions informs every aspect of how you love, live, parent, and lead.

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