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Even just remembering an experience of awe makes people measurably kinder, happier, and more generous. “The benefits are profound,” says researcher Dacher Keltner. “Seek out experiences that give you goosebumps.”
Marc Brackett says the process started by liberating himself from judging his own emotions, giving himself permission to feel.
Too often, we tell ourselves, “I can’t…” or “I’ll never…” or “I don’t deserve….” or we forget that we actually have more options than we perceive. We stop trying, we give up, and our muscles of self-determination and freedom wither. Learned Optimism is how we get those muscles back in shape.
A recent study found that having a life purpose significantly decreased a person’s risk of dying, even more so than typical health risks like drinking, smoking or not exercising regularly. So what’s your purpose?
How would you rate your level of connection… to yourself.. to others.. to nature.. to purpose? This quarter we’re exploring connection and how to use EQ to fuel meaningful and energizing connections.
From tips to cultivate a climate of safe risk taking to ideas to apply the latest neuroscience of creativity, here are 4 key insights on emotional intelligence and innovation.
What will reverse the epidemic of burnout among doctors? This case study at Shirley Ryan AbilityLab found a brief emotional intelligence intervention dramatically increased doctors’ capacity to avoid burnout.
Harvard Business Review identified a 3-step model of innovation fueling Marvel’s historic run. Here’s how we apply these principles at Six Seconds and how you can, too.
Innovation capital is the ability to win support for and implement your ideas – and we’ve identified the 7 emotional intelligence skills you can use to build this crucial capacity.
What makes Six Seconds’ training and consulting methods unique? They are based on emotionally intelligent neuroscience, the latest findings on how the brain learns best.