Champion Challenge “Signs We Are Becoming Emotionally Intelligent.”

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Hey Friends! For those of you who just so happened to stumble onto my page Welcome! I hope that this post finds you with Peace upon you, around you and especially within you.

Today we started our day by giving Thanks, starting our coffee, giving Elvis the morning love and breakfast.

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He is so adorable that I just want to squeeze him and mess up his perfectly fluffy fur. I think I have cuteness aggression when it comes to Elvis. Yeah it’s a real thing surprisingly.

My husband made our beet smoothie situations and I have still just been trying to get it down the hatch with minimum risk of it coming back up.

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Afterwards we got ready to do our champion stuff. He went his way and I began mine from home.

Today I did manage to do 1 hour on the stationary bike as a warm up and then stretches followed by Pilates. I did some meditation and planned out my week.

Elvis has started this daily ritual of waiting until I’am working and sitting next to him before he takes his morning nap in his beloved box.

He has been sticking rather close to me these days, he has been spending his times following me around and when I meditate he sits in between my legs.

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His look of judgement when I ride the stationary bike is freaking hilarious. I imagine he is thinking his poor human is a complete idiot peddling and sweating while I am not going any where.

After my work out I got ready for the day and began to do my blog and work related tasks. While I was making my calls I realized that the hard to deal with people where now not as hard to deal with as before.

It was much easier for me to see that they have their own issues and we are all just trying our best in life. Which has lead me to today’s food for thought.

Signs we are becoming more emotionally intelligent

We have realized that the bad behavior of others really boils down to their own hurt and fear. Those people who hurt us live in their own form of hell.

We begin to lose our hold on our self righteousness and stop living our own lives in fear of experiencing the same hurt again.

We begin to see that everyone is going through their own battles and we see that the entire worlds population is actually not made up of monsters and fools.

We have learned that much to our surprise we remarkably do actually get things wrong sometimes. All joking aside we know when we make a mistake and when an apology is needed.

We also now know that apologizing will not kill us. We have begun to not take ourselves so seriously and left some room for our own mistakes.

Apologies can be very vulnerable moments causing feelings of guilt, shame, and fear of rejection. But they are so worth it. Give it a try.

We have been working on forgiving others because now we know that hurt people hurt people and everyone is fighting their own demons.

Regardless if they actually deserve forgiveness or not is not the point. Maybe they have not apologized to us and never will but we now know that we free ourselves by forgiving them.

Slowly allowing our anger to turn to pity then compassion. In the end we have also learned that if left unhealed this anger could fester and hurt us.

We no longer believe in perfection in pretty much every area. We realize that there are no perfect people, places, jobs or lives.

We now pivot towards an appreciation of what is and do our best every day. The struggle for perfection was exhausting wasn’t it?!

We now know that the imperfections are what makes us human. Our flaws and imperfections are what make us each unique.

We have realized that as surprising as it sounds we can be hard to live with. We realize that we have our moods and our own behaviors that others my not appreciate.

We have realized with out a shadow of a doubt that we can indeed be the problem from time to time.

What I meant to say was…we have realized that sometimes we can be idiots this is true, but we are loveable idiots who try their best every day.

Last but not least we have learned that in general what others think of us is really none of our business. It really should not even concern us.

We now understand that people only see us as they see themselves. When we look at it like this and someone is running their mouth about us it is easier to see how sad they actually are without putting ourselves or them down.

We are working on not letting what others feel about us prevent us from being our authentic selves.

In what ways have you guys noticed that you have been growing, blossoming and becoming more emotionally intelligent?

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16 thoughts on “Champion Challenge “Signs We Are Becoming Emotionally Intelligent.”

  1. Holy shit! You just brightened up my entire life. Here I was complaining about not being able to see changes after all of this inner work shit. lmfao and here comes AKA with this article. Thanks for the reassurance that I am making progress because I have gained emotional intelligence. I no longer deal with issues the same way as before. Know better do better right AKA! Keep striving to be the best version of myself each day and without us noticing we begin to change. We love you ❀️

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    1. It must be in the air because I too have been feeling like I have yet to make any big changes. Yes AKA she is good at coming through with new ideas or things we simply needed to hear.

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      1. It’s just the chemicals they are spraying in the air you guys relax πŸ€£πŸ˜‰. I hate to admit it but yes as a matter of fact I have noticed it also. Vibration on a higher level and working on myself internally has been hard but hot diggity dog we seem to be making progress.

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      2. ROFL frosty 🀣🀣🀣 you are so out of pocket sometimes πŸ˜‚ but you are also not wrong. They are spraying us heavily with that shit as of lately. Praying for us all 😍


  2. Yes I have noticed it within myself too. I have an announcement AKA responded to one of my comments πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ not just a response but a like too πŸ˜‰. Elvis is most definitely judging you AKA 🀣. I get the cuteness aggression too. I have known it was a thing for a few years now. Lol lol your post is both sweet and uplifting and I appreciate it today.

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  3. Akas Angels activate πŸ•ΊπŸ»β˜πŸ»πŸ’ͺ🏻we have been changing things entire time slowly and now I feel unstoppable! She tricked us be saying be our best selves every day and she didn’t mention how much change it would actually bring to our lives. Well played Master AKA πŸ’ž well played.

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  4. Dear sweet AKA your article is the medicine for me today. My day is just getting started and I am motivated to understand that I have been working on the things I need to make changes on and I am actually seeing the pay off. People are still monsters but now I know they are.😝😊 Oh yes ma’am Elvis is in full judgement lol the struggle with cuteness aggression sounds funny but I get it! Love you sweet girl

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      1. She replied ☠️☠️🧀 you have my full support. We all love you πŸ˜™πŸ’–


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