A CONSTRUCTIVE BODY LANGUAGE IS AN INDICATION THAT ONE IS A GOOD SELF-MANAGER.
We may not have the power to change a difficult situation, but we do have a say in deciding what our response or perception of that situation will be. Our perception ultimately determines our feelings about a situation and defines us as a poor or good self-manager.
Focusing on limitations, over a challenging situation, often gets up oppressive feelings that accompany a sense of helplessness and brands us as a poor self-manager . Frequently, we judge the feelings as bad and try to suppress them by distracting ourselves from it or blaming others, depleting our energy level in the process and shepherding ourselves over to disillusionment.
To exercise our personal accountability and power is to cultivate a broad mindset that entertains unlimited empowering options over a trying circumstance. With this constructive attitude, we get on to be a good self-manager.
A constructive body language is an indication that one is a good self-manager, that one is not allowing his or her emotions to get the best of him or her. On the other hand, an erratic body language is a clear sign that your emotions are running you about.
A crucial task or a life-threatening situation often evokes fear within us. In that situation, it pays to maintain a constructive body language and focus on the task at hand instead of the fear. Afterwards and in a safe environment, we can recapture the situation in our mind and search out any lingering feelings of fear. Diligently ventilating and focusing on the fear enables us to accept and allow it, undo the fallacies of its thought system and free ourselves of it.