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keeping them foremost in our minds, we relive the event and our shortcoming that ‘caused’ it, holding us hostage and powerless. Context 2: This is a speedbump in Louie’s career path. He accepts his score and reviews his results, taking special note of the areas where he scored lower. He assesses what else was occupying his time and his mind during the time he was preparing. He takes stock of his prior successes and failures, objectively and non-judgmentally, and realizes that in order to move forward, he needs to re-group, re-prep and re-take the test. He remembers his previous successes on his second or even third attempts. He realizes and embraces that the shame would be in not trying again.


These two contexts (or perceptions,


if you will) are closely tied to an element of emotional intelligence called reality testing (RT). RT is “the capacity to see things objectively, the way they are” (Stein & Book, p. 159). The way to do this is to look for “objective evidence to confirm, justify and support feelings, perceptions and thoughts” (Stein & Book, p. 159). It is not uncommon for the same situation to elicit two or three separate perceptions; all are valid in the individual person’s eyes. The ability to put a situation in context considers the entire situation, both past and present, to move into the future in the most productive manner.


ACTIONS YOU CAN TAKE Primarily, it is the questions you ask to get that ‘balcony view’* of the event or the situation: 1. What exactly is the issue? Is that the real issue?


2. Is there a different practical reason or cause for this behavior?


3. When did this behavior begin? Are there any additional changes in their environment, personal life, or interpersonal actions?


4. How was this conclusion reached? Did I witness it myself? If not, how many people told me about it?


5. Could this information be distorted? (Remember, people can see the world through their own basement* perceptions.) Remember the quote from Sherlock Holmes: “Once you


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