This is an interview with Sheetal Sujan. A co-founder of libre training, coaching, consulting and libra learning llc. She develops and facilitates tailored training for organizations in areas of self-improvement, team building, leadership development, customer service, communication, productivity, and emotional intelligence.
Her goal as a personal and professional development trainer, with over 12 years of experience, is to positively motivate people to improve their true talents and skills, overcome challenges, and get the most out of their personal and professional lives.
In this interview, they will discuss how not paying attention to our emotions can hold us back from living our best lives.
Libra training, coaching, and consulting has been around for ten years, and she owns two businesses. She worked as a student employment manager, and she had a lot of responsibilities and workshops, but she was able to make transitions since she earned a master’s degree in HR and was later promoted. Ever since she knew she wanted to teach and train. She wanted to coach because it gives her so much fulfilment. It allowed her to assist others in growing and adding value, as well as providing direction.
Emotional intelligence refers to your ability to recognize and manage your own emotions as well as the emotions of others. It simply means that you are aware of the source of your emotions. You understand what causes your emotions, the meaning behind those triggers, and what you can do about it.
She stated that it is the negative emotions that we must work through, and that when we are able to do so effectively, we are able to make the most of our life and recognize it in others.That means to say, knowing the difference between being upset and being disappointed, being angry and being frustrated may appear to be synonymous at times, but they are not. When we understand the true meaning behind emotions and can intelligently name our impulses, then we will know what to do about it.
There are four pillars of emotional intelligence. First is self awareness,
Self-Awareness has to do with knowing where your emotions are coming from and being able to name them. That means to say, knowing the difference between being upset and being disappointed, being angry and being frustrated may appear to be synonymous at times, but they are not. When we understand the true meaning behind emotions and can intelligently name our impulses, then we will know what to do about it.
The second pillar of emotional intelligence is Self-regulation. The next phase is to become conscious of your emotions and identify where those triggers are situated.
Self-regulation is the ability to control our emotions when they arise. You should try different methods for managing your emotions, such as exercising, running, meditation, or visiting a relaxing spot. Self-regulation also means taking care of oneself.
It’s fine to be upset, furious, or sad, she says, but you must acknowledge your feelings and realize that you can do something about them. If you need assistance, you can reach out to someone or one of our communities or groups and organizations that can help you out.
She also refers to it as mindful motivation, and it’s how she gets herself out of a mood. You must motivate yourself to feel good, maintain positive emotions, speak positively to yourself, and avoid falling into a negative thought spiral. It’s all about allowing your mind to expand its horizons and see things from a different perspective.
Taking care of yourself could mean getting a massage, filling your cup to keep forward and avoid burnout. She suggested being mindful of your bodies and taking care of your mind.
The fourth pillar has to do with others. It’s your relationships and your social awareness.
So once you go through the three steps wherein you are more self-aware, you’re able to regulate your emotions and motivate yourself. The fourth step is being able to do that with others, which means you become a better listener, more compassionate, empathize, and be able to increase your communication level with others.
These are the kind of things you learn in the fourth pillar, better listening skills, better communication skills, connecting with others, building rapport becoming a better listener, which makes you a better person overall and really being able to be there as a leader, as a colleague, as a mentor and coach, as a parent nor friend and every role that you have in your life.
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Sheetal Sujan is a co-founder of Lybra Training, Coaching and Consulting and Lybra Learning LLC. She develops and facilitates tailor-made trainings for organizations in areas of self-development, team development, leadership development, customer service, communication, productivity, team building, and emotional intelligence.
She has over 12 years of experience as a personal and professional development trainer and her goal is to positively motivate individuals to strengthen their true talents and skills,
overcome their challenges, and get the most out of their personal and work life.
She is passionate about helping individuals and teams thrive in their personal and work relationships, steering individuals to understand the personal impact they make
in their lives and the lives of others.
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