How does narcissism fit with the three-dimensional model of emotional intelligence?Read More
Grit is embodied in two aspects of emotional intelligence: self-awareness and self-management. So, in essence, grit is a crucial part of emotional intelligence, not something separate.Read More
All we need is love… as long as we also have positive personal power and truth-driven mindfulness.Read More
The AAA of self-awareness:
Accept what is.
Allow what you feel.
Take Action if you can.
This is a practical manifestation of mindfulness: one of the key tools at our disposal for developing emotional intelligence.Read More
Emotional intelligence draws on qualities far beyond empathy. It emanates from the dynamic intersection of healthy power, heart, and mindfulness.Read More
Responsibility is the ability to respond instead of react.Read More
The real issue of how we live our life as adults does not come down to what happens to us. The real issue of how we live our life, eventually and essentially, comes down to how we personally respond to what happens to us.Read More
Only a small part of effective (and ineffective) leadership is verbal. For good or ill, the leader’s emotional brain powerfully impacts those that he or she leads.Read More
Nelson Mandela is a dynamic illustration of the synergy of courage, heart and mindfulness. His life is a true testimony to transcendence and a high level of human functioning.Read More