Are you de-emotional?

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The King of Bollywood, Mr. Shah Rukh Khan, recently added a new word to the English dictionary – ‘de-emotional’.

Whether it impressing Yale with his ‘Be a Funambulist’ speech or his quirky humor and charisma at interviews and shows, Mr. Khan has always impressed his audience (and fans) even when they are not watching his movies!

As for being de-emotional, it is the state of being detached emotionally.

Would not the world be a healthier, happier place if your biggest competitor is YOU?

Depression rates would sink faster than the Titanic if we focused on the goal of being better individuals, working smarter and making our today more productive and worthwhile than yesterday.

We learn, unlearn and relearn from our experiences and people around us but have our blinkers in place and run our own races.

Tell me what you think.

Have a wonderfully de-emotional week!

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  1. De-emotional…interesting term. Just a thought…aren’t people most unsparing when it comes to themselves? Expecting from others can be taken care of, but howcan one get detached with oneself emotionally?

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  2. So true, thank you for sharing this amazing and inspiring post 🙂
    I found your little space in the community pool, so glad I did!! amazing write up!!!keep writing and inspire us….
    Please do visit my blog when time permits, thanks in advance and see you there!

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    • Hi Dolly, Thank you for very much stopping by! Being de-emotional is not being insensitive to the environment or not showing your emotions. It simply is not letting the negativity around you stop you from being what you are, you learn, unlearn and relearn but you work on getting a better person than you were before than competing with your competitor! Do let me know what you think!

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