We all have them.

We all need them in various aspects of our life.

But in business, emotions can work FOR or AGAINST you.


When you have a huge “WHY” that drives you to keep going no matter what obstacles you come up against, that emotion works FOR your business in a very big way.

On the other hand, when you buy a product or course on emotion, when in fact it won’t help your business in the short term…

That’s an example of your emotions working AGAINST YOU.


How about you?

Are your emotions mostly working for or against your business?


Cathie Heath, Tracey Hausel and I had an AMAZING discussion on how to MANAGE your emotions in your business.

You can watch it below…


Key Point:  Understand that in business, you need to wear TWO different hats.

The business hat that you wear when you’re making important business decisions.

And the other hat that you wear when you want to leverage your emotions to work FOR you in your business.


When you learn to manage your emotions, your business will FLY!

Bob Clarke
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  • James Daneiol

    I have never expected that our emotions play that kind of role in our business. Now I will try to uses my emotions for making my business grow.
    Thanks for sharing this informative post with us.

  • Dan

    It is tricky with emotions. As you said they can work for you or against you. Decisions should not always be made based on emotions. Each emotion should be backed by a serious logical argument.. not all the times but most of the times. Cheers.

  • Amilia joe

    My answer is definitely yes.

  • Samfrank

    Nice post, thanks for sharing this wonderful and useful information with us.

    One of the best things you can do is mentally stop yourself, and look at the situation. Ask yourself why you feel frustrated. Write it down, and be specific. Then think of one positive thing about your current situation. For instance, if your boss is late for your meeting, then you have more time to prepare. Or, you could use this time to relax a little

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