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2020/01/29(星期三) 英文新視界
張哲嘉
The gift and power of emotional courage -18
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每日一字:  deteriorate (v)惡化
每日一句:We generate fears while we sit. We overcome them by action.
Dr. Henry Link

演講主題:The gift and power of emotional courage
演講者:Susan David

Diversity isn't just people, it's also what's inside people.  Including diversity of emotion. The most agile, resilient individuals, teams, organizations, families, communities are built on an openness to the normal human emotions. It's this that allows us to say, "What is my emotion telling me?" "Which action will bring me towards my values?" "Which will take me away from my values?" Emotional agility is the ability to be with your emotions with curiosity, compassion, and especially the courage to take values-connected steps. 


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When I was little, I would wake up at night terrified by the idea of death. My father would comfort me with soft pats and kisses. But he would never lie. "We all die, Susie," he would say. "It's normal to be scared." He didn't try to invent a buffer between me and reality.

2020/01/22(星期三) 英文新視界
張哲嘉
The gift and power of emotional courage -17
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每日一字: superstition  (n)迷信
每日一句:If you are working on something that you really care about, you don’t have to be pushed. The vision pulls you.
Steve Jobs

演講主題:The gift and power of emotional courage
演講者:Susan David

 Learn its contours, show up to the journal of your hearts. What is the emotion telling you? And try not to say "I am," as in, "I'm angry" or "I'm sad." When you say "I am" it makes you sound as if you are the emotion. Whereas you are you, and the emotion is a data source. Instead, try to notice the feeling for what it is: "I'm noticing that I'm feeling sad" or "I'm noticing that I'm feeling angry." These are essential skills for us, our families, our communities. They're also critical to the workplace. 


13:59
In my research, when I looked at what helps people to bring the best of themselves to work, I found a powerful key contributor: individualized consideration. When people are allowed to feel their emotional truth, engagement, creativity and innovation flourish in the organization. Diversity isn't just people, it's also what's inside people.

2020/01/15(星期三) 英文新視界
張哲嘉
The gift and power of emotional courage -16
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每日一字: marginal (adj)空白的,邊緣的
每日一句:The pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity. The optimist sees opportunity in every difficulty.
Winston Churchill

演講主題:The gift and power of emotional courage
演講者:Susan David

Just like I can show up to my son in his frustration with his baby sister -- but not endorse his idea that he gets to give her away to the first stranger he sees in a shopping mall. 


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(Laughter) 


12:56
We own our emotions, they don't own us. When we internalize the difference between how I feel in all my wisdom and what I do in a values-aligned action, we generate the pathway to our best selves via our emotions. 


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So, what does this look like in practice? When you feel a strong, tough emotion, don't race for the emotional exits.

2020/01/08(星期三) 英文新視界
張哲嘉
The gift and power of emotional courage -15
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每日一字: margin (n)空白處
每日一句:The secret of getting ahead is getting started. 
Mark Twain

演講主題:The gift and power of emotional courage
演講者:Susan David

If you feel rage when you read the news, that rage is a signpost, perhaps, that you value equity and fairness -- and an opportunity to take active steps to shape your life in that direction. When we are open to the difficult emotions, we are able to generate responses that are values-aligned. 

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But there's an important caveat. Emotions are data, they are not directives. We can show up to and mine our emotions for their values without needing to listen to them.



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