Self-Reflection is an examination, contemplation, and analysis of one’s thoughts, feelings, capacity and other aspects of your consciousness that enable you to refer to your own actions.#selflove Continue reading
Listen, I know life is hard. You might be feeling all alone, maybe you’re not with the person you want to be, or perhaps you lost someone you love, a family member, a friend, and you haven’t been able to recover. Maybe lost your job, a promotion, your home. I wish I could tell you… Continue reading
Concentrate on Yourself
You have the right to get tired about people’s nonsense. They give you their opinion but they don’t want to hear your. they tell you what to do but you cannot tell them what to do. they are all over your business but God forbid … Continue reading
YOU DON’T HAVE TO RESPOND TO PEOPLE!
Many people are slaves of social standards, and they push others to do so Judgement-based questions only hinder your goals. You should be strong enough to do things because you desire them, rather than because you need to fulfill some else’s expectations. Be true to yourself. Be strong. Be in power. Be your own master.… Continue readingadaptability, development, emotional health, emotional intelligence, emotions, life, mindset, motivation, narcissistic, personal growth, relationships, self care, self love
I am Dr. Iberkis Faltas, an author, a Doctor of Philosophy, an Emotional Intelligence Strategist, and a licensed Cosmetologist for over 30 years. I work for the Department of Homeland Security, Asylum, Refugee, and International Operations Directorate from Monday to Friday. On the weekends, I work for Cinderella Bridez as a Master Bridal Artist. I write, cook, and practice mindfulness. I am a video creator. I love to travel the world. Please follow me on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok.
I wrote “Emotional Intelligence for Law Enforcement, Education, Management, and Leadership.” My book was featured in the New Yorker, as one of the books “aimed at more niche demographics” to learn emotional literacy and other emotional intelligence skills to those in position of power. Here is the link https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/04/19/the-repressive-politics-of-emotional-intelligence
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