We believe the world will be a better place when a billion people are practicing emotional intelligence. If you agree, here’s your invitation to play!
You’ve told your kid “a million times” and frustration is rising. What if there was another way to see the situation? Here’s a 90-second tip for parents to use empathy to diffuse conflict and frustration.
What is that emotional component of community? How does it fare in these days of dissent and dissolution? If we want to strengthen community, how can emotional intelligence fuel this connection?
How do you use emotional intelligence training for business? Three key ingredients + 15 tips, based on interviews with dozens of business leaders.
Putting emotional intelligence sounds great! How? In 90 seconds, experts from around the globe share their experiences & favorite tips.
Want to know how to improve emotional intelligence? Here’s how to tune in to start, with downloadable resources + power tips from our certified practitioners all around the world on increasing self-awareness
Learning can be an awkward, even painful, process of repeated failure. What can an Olympic-level failure teach us?
After horrific events in the news, do you share your feelings w kids/students… or try to reassure by hiding your feelings? How can we talk with children about these difficult feelings?
What if we take each failure as an amazing moment to try again, practice something new, and step toward purpose whole-heartedly? Here’s how to use practice & purpose instead of New Year’s Resolutions.
For teens struggling with a brutal addiction to solvents, hope and healing seem far away. Traditional culture & the Medicine Wheel combine with emotional intelligence to support a path forward for the children, and their counselors.
“Ultimate wellbeing has nothing to do with what’s outside us,” says Daniel Goleman. What would happen if we could fully take charge of our own wellbeing… and what’s the neuroscience that will help make it so?
As we conclude POP-UP Festivals, the largest EQ event in history, and catch our breath for a moment of reflection, we want to process what we’ve done and where we are going next.