We have a choice on how we respond to people, places, and events.
It’s usually in the small moments that we choose the kind of person we want to be. One of the ways I want to be is a person who thinks from their heart. While listening you can understand who is talking from logic and mistry and who is talking from the heart.
If you’re one of those people who has a hard time opening up to others, it doesn’t just make you emotionally stunted – it also makes you unhappy.
Researchers have found that people who are introverted and socially anxious have lower levels of well-being, less positive affect, and more negative self-esteem than people who are more extroverted. The good news is that these people can get these benefits by opening themselves up to others.
I’ve always been a big believer in the idea that good people think from their hearts. This idea is one of my deep convictions about how we should approach our relationships in the world. It’s something that I’ve written about before, and I’ve come to realize that I don’t just need to talk about it, I need to live it.
That’s why I’ve made the decision to live with an open heart from now on.
To help me with this, I’ve made a list of three ways I can live with an open heart.
A heart thinker is someone who has a deep sense of empathy and sees things from the perspective of others. You can see a heart thinker in action when they ask, “How do you feel about that?” or when they see someone in need of someone who is struggling and they just want to help. A heart thinker is someone who has a deep sense of empathy and sees things from the perspective of others. Listen and make a judgment with your heart.