What does the world’s largest study of emotional intelligence say about EQ in Europe today? Some bad news, but also opportunity that’s essential as we grapple with change.
Harvard study, more than 80 years old, identifies the common threads of a long, satisfying life. So what makes a good life? And how can this study’s findings help us make better decisions in our own lives?
Three steps to tapping into your guiding purpose. Today’s the day to create or refine your understanding of what fuels you + fuels the world.
Practicing emotional intelligence around how we eat it is an often forgotten key to digestive health, according to digestive psychologist Caspar Poyck. Here are 6 ways to eat mindfully and feel better physically.
A guide to tempering it for better decision making. Dive into your own brain’s extreme preferences + explore some tools for teaching your brain that there is indeed a different way to look at things.
What’s happening with emotional intelligence in the world today? Here are the latest insights from the world’s most extensive study of EQ.
Do you know the difference between feeling hungry and feeling anxious? Four ideas for increasing your brain-body connection.
Would wearing a doctor’s clothes really make you more attentive? Read on for one intriguing research study + a fun tip for boosting your emotional intelligence practice.
New decision making research from Six Seconds’ State of the Heart report identifies the emotional intelligence skills and strategies that predict good decision making, all over the world. So what are they, and how can you cultivate them?
The world’s biggest emotional intelligence celebration is coming… here’s how to participate in the POP-UP Festival for the United Nations’ Universal Children’s Day supporting the Sustainable Development Goals
Six Seconds’ State of the Heart report identifies the 3 components of emotional intelligence that predict good decision making. Here is the story of three EQ practitioners who have struggled, and succeeded, to cultivate each one.
I am not completely satisfied with how I handle uncomfortable social situations. If you agree, join me in taking a moment to dive into how you can navigate and transform your own behavior and thought patterns.