How does work have you feeling these days? Do you feel consumed with stress, defeated, or overwhelmed? Does it feel like these emotions are often in control of you, and not the other way around?
If you feel like you’re just along for the emotional ride, then perhaps it’s time to take control of your inner voice. Fortunately, intrapersonal skills can be learned!
What are Intrapersonal Skills?
In simple terms, intrapersonal skills are how you internally manage your emotions and cope with things like stress.
On the flipside, interpersonal skills relate to effective communication and interactions with other people.
So if facing a challenge causes you to fall apart emotionally, you could benefit from strengthening your intrapersonal skills.
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Peter Torok helps you take control of your mood and behavior through the use of modern and ancient techniques, including CBT and introspective exercises.
Entrepreneur, John Rampton, walks you through the concept of critical thinking and how to develop a critical thinking plan to take on day to day challenges.
Sivakami will help you develop better strategies for better decision making using research back methods.
This best-selling course by the Life Progression Project teaches you how to use a growth mindset, visualize success and how the world’s most successful people think.
Business Psychologist, Robin Hills, presents methods for identifying stress factors and effective management strategies.
If the thought of being criticized invokes a fear response or anxious feelings, then Paul Jenkins and Bill Lee-Emery have just the course for you.
Productivity and Goals Coach, John Paulsen, has created a course that shows you how to utilize strategies throughout the day to boost your productivity.
Objectives and key results (OKR) is a methodology for defining and tracking key objectives and assessing their outcomes. Axel Rittershaus shows you common mistakes that people make when setting goals, and what to do instead.
Joeel and Natalie Rivera team up to inform you on different techniques to improve your EQ and build resilience against emotional stressors.
The importance of self-discipline cannot be understated; without at least a little self-discipline, your chances of self-improvement are nil. This course by Martin Meadows shows you how to break bad habits and develop productive ones instead.
Why do we procrastinate when it is such an obviously detrimental behavior? Psychologist, Gregory Caremans, provides you with tools and strategies to beat procrastination.
Confidence coach, Jenna Fischer, provides a framework to tame your inner negative voice and develop positive thought processes.
If feelings of regret and remorse keep you up and night and hold you back, then it is important to learn forgiveness to release your burdens. This is another course from Joeel and Natalie Rivera with Dr. Sheri Rosenthal.
Social psychologist, Andrew Luttrell, Ph.D., will show you simple tricks that lead to a happier life.
Sorin Dumitrascu’s course helps you recognize events and situations that cause you to feel pressure, how to react, and how excessive stress impairs your performance.
For further reading on intrapersonal skills, see our post on managing stress at work!