equanimity

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Open minded approach to equanimity

When plans are interrupted, or something doesn't go quite right, it's time for calm and reassessment, rather than frantic backlash. If the new landscape is approached with an open mindset, it's easier to assess the situation for what it is, rather than looking for what isn't. And from the perspective, it's much easier to employ equanimity.

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Employ equanimity

An even temperament during difficult times allows for clear thinking and sound decision making, while also preventing feelings of anxiousness and unease. Employ equanimity each day.

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Reset emotional responses

The scale tends to slip lower over time. Find a way to reset this and go for better positives, and more subdued negatives.

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Dictate distractions

Distractions and interruption _will_ happen. Dictate the course of these by not letting them overtake the real motives.

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Write the story, don't let it happen

The story doesn't have to be perfect. Don't sit back and let it happen. Write the story.

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Recognize the options and unknowns

Recognize the options and the unknowns. Control what is possible.

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Find balance to keep moving

Find a balance with physical actions and mental awareness. Keep going to maintain balance.

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Speak your mind in a tactful manner

In order to effectively communicate, be tactful about the message and how it is communicated.

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Stay focused by taking time to reflect, pause, respond

It's easy to lose focus when others don't react as expected. Don't let it derail efforts.

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Acknowledge common desires work backwards towards understanding actions

Acknowledge common desires work backwards towards understanding actions

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