Survive and Thrive with EQ Flexibility
A few years ago on vacation in Mexico, my husband and I visited a water park. There we experienced a float bridge of sorts.
While crossing the water, the bridge ebbed and flowed with our every movement. The more resistance that we showed the more the bridge seemed to want to dump us into the water.
It was clear, we learned with experience, that we needed to “go with the flow” in order to safely get across. Be flexible and we would make it.
Flexibility, as defined by Reuven Bar-On, author of the EQ-instrument, is the “ability to adjust one’s feelings, thoughts and behavior to changing situations and conditions.”