I have found that acting more emotional than intellectual during the height of anxiety causes regretful actions and decisions.
The more anxious I am the less intellectual.
The more intellectual I am the less anxious.
I view anxiety and intellect as inversely proportionate.
When one goes up, the other goes down.
The key to this concept is knowing when anxiety has overridden intellect.
When you find yourself in this situation, remember, that you are in peak performance to make the best, healthiest, most productive choices when your intellect is equal to your emotions.
Operating within this “balance” enables you to master your skills in decision-making.
Keep looking for the blind spots and building a better you.
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