Tag Archives: feelings

The 10 Indispensable Qualities of Emotional Intelligent People






Humans are 100% emotional. Emotion is not what just happens to us, it is simply an integral part of our core essence. It is the motivation behind everything that we do, have or become. Emotion is necessary because we are highly relational by design. We are creatures of relationships. And if we must thrive in…






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The Trajectory of Happiness






“Through his pattern of thinking, man DESIGNS the trajectory of his HAPPINESS.” -Wale Oladipo






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Silence & Self-Discovery






“Silence is a proven atmosphere for self-discovery.”   –Wale Oladipo






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Desiring Newness?






Desire new winning experiences? Start making new winning decisions. Wale Oladipo






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7 Steps to Gain Control Over Your Bad Feelings






We are all creatures of relationship. And as such, we pick up different kinds of feelings as we interact with others. Some are bad feelings while others are good. But what happens when we develop a bad feeling concerning someone or something? How do we handle the left-behind uneasiness and the agitation? How do we…






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Judging Matters?






The wise never judge a matter concerning which all the facts are not known. Wale Oladipo






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Winning Principles






Success is a product of the progressive interactions of winning principles. Wale Oladipo






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The state of your mind






The state of your mind is the state of your life; when you change the state of your mind, the state of your life will also change. Wale Oladipo






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Relentless Gratitude






Relentless gratitude is the surest defensive force against depression. Wale Oladipo






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Energy & Focus






Whenever I alter my focus, my energy is also altered; for every focus contains different energy. Wale Oladipo






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The Law of Preparation






You cannot enter into any outstanding future you are unwilling to prepare for. Wale Oladipo






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