Competency of Self Identity in Society
Self and Society
When an entity develops emotional and mental competency it makes him stronger since he moves closer to his identity. Competency is an entity’s ability to manage particular events and stress on an emotional level. Emotions dictate how we react in stressful situations under stress. This competency is based on our strength of mind and determines the results from our past experiences. Current feelings and thoughts also has something to do with how we will react emotionally or how we make decisions. It is vital to evaluate one’s own emotional responses in order to work toward mental-emotional competency. Developing a higher level of emotional skill one will be able to make decisions and to handle most events he encounters.
Competency of mental-emotional has components we all must expand, which includes self-awareness. Self-awareness enables us to recognize our own emotions and the effects. What this means is that the entity is capable of recognizing the way in which he reacts to environmental changes. Self-awareness is the measure of how an entity’s emotions agree with the individual’s job performance.
Self-awareness cultivates self-control. Usually, when a person develops a higher grade of competency they are aware of their own feelings. This helps them to understand better, why meticulous feelings come to mind. One can relate better to the implications of their own emotions.
This is the stepping-stones of achieving emotional social consciousness.
We have several ways in which we can work toward developing a higher grade of self-awareness. Once a person has developed this higher plane, the entity is on the voyage of developing emotional skill.
We must learn to pay closer attention to the corporeal signs that come up when a stressful situation emerges. The physical symptoms may involve sweaty palms, elevated blood pressure and rapid successions of breathing. When one is aware of the physical symptoms, the entity can learn how to control or how to acclimatize to them.
Self-identity of self in society and other areas of life involve reaching for a higher plane of emotional self-awareness. This helps one to keep records of your individual behaviors that are awaken when coming face-to-face with a stressful situation in society.
A stressful situation may crop up daily. Some folks find it taxing to communicate successfully with their employer or people in society. On this note, one must learn to jot down his reactions and his physical symptoms during communication by taking notice when the feelings or responses develop. Next, the entity must assess his personal reactions and move to discover how the person can act in response better in the situation.
Taking control of your emotions and feelings is important. Most people fail to take responsibility of their actions. Many people commonly use the same excuse, “this is how I am, and I can’t change now.” This is not an answer to resolve poor reactions; instead, it is just an excuse. In order for a person to attain his dreams and goals, he must be willing to take responsibility for all areas of his life.
Emotions can without difficulty dictate how an entity reacts in a significant moment. Thus, one must grow and make changes so that he can manage stressful situations that make that person feel uncomfortable. There are limitless possibilities in life when an individual is in control. One can accomplish this by expanding his emotional skills, which is essentially the first step to achieve his goals. Keep in mind that writing a journal allows you to express your personal thoughts, feelings and emotions. Writing your feelings and thoughts is one of the most effective ways to identify self.