Your mind is most likely the culprit every time this happens. You analyze a guy you encounter and try to rationalize getting into the relationship for a variety of reasons. You may be bored, have poor options, or recovering from a disastrous relationship, and he just may be the best of the worst.
We often value leaders for their brilliant logic, not their ability to relate. I confess to being drawn toward facts and logic myself. For many years I discounted the role of emotions in my approach to leadership.
That meant I could easily ignore the needs of persons who preferred more empathy and understanding. Today I have more insights about the importance of heart and its role in leadership.
While I still prefer a rational approach to problem-solving, I now pay more attention to what I and others are feeling. This subtle shift has helped me acknowledge that even the most logical plan of action can be derailed if I fail to appreciate how others are feeling about the direction we are headed.
Sometimes this means listening more carefully, especially to opposing viewpoints. Occasionally I need to be more in touch with my own feelings about the issue.
Yes, even I have a heart! Leaders who ignore, or discount, the impact of heart may never achieve the transformations in behavior or results they are seeking.
Change involves both a rational path and an emotional context. When leaders rely only on facts to support their plans, they will rarely achieve the buy-in necessary for successful implementation.
Emotion inspires others to see beyond the data, to imagine what the future could be. It paints a vivid picture of how it will feel when we are successful. Having more, or better, information is certainly a valuable resource for leaders.
But so is paying attention to what is not always obvious, the emotional needs and feelings of those who will be impacted. Leaders can become distracted with too much data. Leading from the heart is more likely the way to achieve true transformation, in ourselves and others.You've got me heart over mind worried all the time.
Knowing you will [C7] always be the [F] same. You'll keep [G7] hurting me I know but I just can't let you go. Cause my heart won't let my love for you [C] change.
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Important: The song above is NOT stored on the Chordie server. C D7 I love you so much that I can't leave you F G7 C Even though my mind tells me I should D7 But then you make me think you really want me F G7 C Then all my thoughts of leaving do no good You've got me heart over mind worried all the time C7 F Knowing you will always be the same G7 You'll keep hurting me I know but I just can't let you go C Cause my heart won't let my love for you change D7.
I love you so much that I can't leave you Even though my mind tells me I should Then you make me think you really want me And all my thoughts of leaving do no good.
"Heart Over Mind" is the second single from Kim Wilde's album Love Is, and was released exclusively in the UK. It was the final track to be recorded for the album - in fact the album had been completed and this song was sent over by Rick Nowels (who had written other tracks on the album) and Wilde decided to record it.
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Getting your mind to rule over your heart is a common theme in Jewish teachings. It's also horribly misunderstood. Most people, when they hear about the mind ruling over the heart, imagine a cold, calculated and stuck-up neurotic.