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POP-UP Festival in partnership with UNICEF World Children’s Day brought EQ to every corner of the world, activated 15k volunteers in 3900 Cities, reaching 1.67 million people.
Happy Birthday Anabel Jensen! Here are wishes from the Six Seconds community on your 80th birthday, and how we’re inspired by your work and commitment to EQ.
Nuanced empathy skills help us develop close relationships, which according to a growing body of research, is the key to a good life.
Firing someone is emotionally challenging. It’s easily one of the hardest aspects of leadership. Here are practical emotional intelligence tips to do it with compassion, clarity and calm.
Communication in the workplace is a constant challenge. Fortunately, research on emotions and the brain has helped clarify key communication tools.
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.”
How are EQ experts using the tools and methods in the real world? Take a glimpse inside Six Seconds’ Master Class with these powerful projects
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?