PODCAST: Barton Lynch
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Oct 16, 2020 — Emotional intelligence, to have self awareness, self control, to be able to understand, acknowledge and then manage ones own emotions is a powerful trait. It also asks for sense of humility. For many of us, myself included, to acknowledge your own faults is to writhe in self pity. Emotional intelligence tells us to acknowledge shortcomings in the spirit of growth.
Emotional intelligent individuals are generally happy, stable, serene and lead a purpose driven life.
In sport, especially individual sport, Emotional intelligence is often what separates world champions from the really gifted.
Barton Lynch spent 15 years on the ASP tour raked up 17 WCT victories.
Culminated in 1988 Hawaiian season at Pipeline, surfing the perfect tubes of Hawaii’s barreling reef, to take out the 1988 Billabong Pro and the ASP World Title.
In conversation, as you will hear, Barton Lynch is every bit the magnanimous individual in one on one conversation as he is with his broadcasting cap on. That’s really no surprise.
Barton Lynch is very smart. Street smart. He lost his Father at a young age and this forced him into self-determination.
But perhaps more importantly, Barton Lynch is self-aware. He acknowledges his emotions. He is emotionally intelligent. He is a world champion surfer and world champion human being.
In this episode of the Boardroom Podcast Barton Lynch… let us begin
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