Solomon’s Paradox is people’s tendency to think more wisely about other people’s problems than their own. Researchers have proven it to be real – and found a simple technique to overcome it. Learn how and get a free worksheet to put it into practice!
A powerful tool for better understanding anxiety
A simple tool for making more intentional decisions
Decisions descisions… how do we make them, and can we make better decisions? Contrary to common belief, emotions may just be the key.
Community is about people. It’s both the feelings we have with our group, and relationships we share through activities, beliefs, & common purpose.
Learn three quick and effective steps to wise journaling. For amateur and seasoned journalers alike, this skill will provide insight into your behavioral and emotional patterns.
What does it mean to be part of a community of practice? How exactly do you put beliefs and feelings into action, to live out your passions through your connection to others? What are we expecting of ourselves? Look in the window on Six Seconds’ community of practice.
How do we bridge the gap between childhood and the workforce? How can Higher Ed use EQ to improve outcomes? EQ.EDU Moving SEL into Higher Ed conference explores these topics.
Unlocking EQ is Six Seconds’ powerful, 1 day introduction to the world of emotional intelligence. Read testimonials from some recent graduates about the course and why it’s more important than ever in today’s world.
How do communities heal from conflict? After war, divisive elections, and political turmoil, these 3 EQ practitioners have used emotional intelligence to strengthen their communities and start healing from trauma.
Relationships are the bedrock, the foundation, of a long and satisfying life. And according to a growing body of research, building community is quite literally a matter of life and death. So what helps us build community?
EQCON 2018 burst onto the scene to energize and amplify the North American Six Seconds Network. Video highlights from the conference.