Well-being must be psychologically focused, which requires subjectivity and responsiveness.must focus on a largely impersonal world, which requires .
Theselive in a world of purpose and consequences, and so are preoccupied with
while releasing passion for the task.
Moving down the diagonal, there is:
more engagement with external reality, &
Feelings: Their personal feelings may contribute to a choice of topic or task and the sensitivity required to understand.
Distress: tends to be handled by withdrawal from contact, avoidance of debate, and dissociation from inner experiences.
Feelings: Adherents are encouraged to develop passion (zeal) but to keep emotions focused and controlled. Dangerous inner experiences, often well-known thoughts or temptations not in keeping with the ideal, must be managed effectively by self-control.
Distress: Succumbing to inappropriate emotions or thoughts leads to penalties. Adherents about to succumb are instructed to withdraw temporarily from activities or to seek counselling.
Feelings: Giving way to emotions, resulting in loss of objectivity or balance, typically leads to financial losses. Yet passion plays a positive part in business. In jobs, self-control is beneficial but emotions may need to be displayed. In entrepreneurial efforts, emotional intelligence, i.e. knowing and using the emotional positions of protagonists including oneself, is integral to success.
Distress: Dependence on hope or problems «just going away» is usually fatal. So, persistent distress must be regarded as a warning sign either of loss of objectivity, or of a business problem not being faced squarely.
Those with well-being mentalities are certainly capable of objectivity and balance at work or in specific situations calling for such a focus. However, they do not worry too much about objectivity and balance in regard to what is most important for them: their social relationships.
Imbalance in any of these different.naturally generates interaction or talk with relevant people in their group. Their whole approach to effective perception is
Originally posted: July 2009