Lessons learned about feelings [revisited]

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Are you aware of feeling overwhelmed by disruptions in
your life?

Feelings are physical sensations that appear when you are
‘being’ while you are ‘thinking’.

For your consideration here are a few ideas about feelings.


…are brand entry points!

…are breakthrough experience insights!

…when shared, unleash emotive capital!

Conclusions, and takeaways

Accept your feelings.

You are able to take your lessons learned about feelings
to the next level when you…

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Bottom line: Keep your heart open while you share your
feelings — rather than act on them. You are in charge of
your feelings, and have a right to share them.

The choice is yours!

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your lessons learned about feelings.

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learned about feelings
have helped you get more done with less
distress share them below…

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