In this blog post, we will discuss emotional capacity and leadership, a topic introduced by Dan Dowdy, the host of the Built for Trades podcast, during the recap of the interview with Rachel Better Bid, the VP of Digital Marketing from Coal March. Nathan Glass, the marketing manager at Built for the Trades, joins Dan to delve deeper into the subject.
Emotional capacity is overcoming limiting beliefs, adapting to challenging situations, and building strong relationships. Nathan explains that limiting beliefs are like a ceiling that prevents individuals from attempting to achieve their goals. The key to overcoming limiting beliefs is to shift one’s mindset, like adjusting a thermostat, from a lower limit to a higher one.
One effective way to shift one’s beliefs is to surround oneself with like-minded people who provide positive energy and new ideas. Listening to podcasts, reading books, and limiting exposure to negative information can also help one build knowledge and expand one’s beliefs.
Nathan uses the analogy of the legs of a table to explain how a belief is like a table supported by a set of ideas. To take down the table, one must attack each leg of the table until it falls. Similarly, one must attack each idea that supports the belief to overcome limiting beliefs.
In conclusion, emotional capacity and leadership are essential to achieving success. By expanding one’s beliefs, building strong relationships, and adapting to challenging situations, one can overcome limiting beliefs and achieve their goals.
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