September 28, 2020

How To Manage Your Thoughts Feelings and Behavior in Crisis

How to manage your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in crisis. The most important thing to know is how to manage feelings in crisis.

Most real wisdom comes through hardship when we are forced to say, “what are we going to do now?”

But, wisdom is easy to talk about in hindsight. When you are in the midst of any chaos it’s hard to know how to manage feelings in crisis.

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Alfred A. Edmond Jr. is a widely recognized expert on business and economic trends, entrepreneurship, personal finance, leadership development, and healthy relationships.

He says, knowing how to manage one’s mindset, thoughts and beliefs can make a significant impact on how we come out on the other side of any crisis. Our feelings sometimes can lead us through some difficulties but understanding how to manage feelings in crisis is imperative to how we move forward.

Alfred A. Edmond Jr., an SVP/Executive Editor-at-Large of Black Enterprise.

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Alfred A. Edmond Jr. is responsible for providing brand, marketing, and content leadership and expertise as a member of the multimedia company’s senior management team. 

A widely recognized expert on business and economic trends, entrepreneurship, personal finance, leadership development and healthy relationships. He is a mentor and advisor to high-performing millennial entrepreneurs, professionals, influencers and leaders, Edmond is the creator and lead instructor of the Destination Success MasterClass Series (GrownZone.com/successseries/), held in Newark, N.J. 

Together with his wife and business partner Zara D. Green, Edmond leads A2Z Personal Growth Enterprises, the parent company of Grown Zone Relationship Education at GrownZone.com. Edmond and Green are co-authors of the book Loving In The Grown Zone: A No-Nonsense Guide to Making Healthy Decisions in the Quest for Loving, Romantic Relationships of Honor, Esteem and Respect (Balboa Press).

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