Dive into a beautiful (and true!) story about the power of navigating emotions– and learn how you can transform anger/sadness/grief/confusion into wisdom about yourself and your life’s path.
From a chart that deciphers the meaning of dozens of feelings to a video that will change your understanding of empathy, here are 10 free tips + resources to cultivate emotional intelligence.
Your ‘Sandpaper Person’ illuminates your own personal beliefs + opportunities for growth. This articles breaks down how to identify + learn from the person who most challenges you.
So often, when we are in a hard place, we just want to get out as quickly as possible. But transforming our muck into meaning takes time, acceptance, and understanding. Here is my story of a recent burn out, and how you, too, can transform your muck.
Do you know the difference between feeling hungry and feeling anxious? Four ideas for increasing your brain-body connection.
Have you ever had really mixed feelings about a decision or a choice you have to make? It can paralyze the decision making process and cause us to waffle endlessly back and forth. The Mixed Emotions card deck embraces the complexity of emotions and turns them into an asset for decision making.
A powerful tool for better understanding anxiety
Tombola is no stranger to versatility. And their latest move – to invest in emotional intelligence in the workplace – shows they are on the cutting edge once again.
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
Got emotions? Everyone needs these 7 amazing facts about feelings and why we have them.
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?
Traffic is always stressful, right? Turns out, there’s a secret neuroscience tip about naming emotions that can help. It’s simple and powerful.