Emotional intelligence is peeking beneath the surface of an emotion (even anger!) to understand the vulnerability and pain from which the emotion explodes. This Illuminate offers a concrete step for practicing compassion with others whose behaviors cause pain and hurt.
It’s prickly, but it’s worth it. Learn more about your own limiting belief + tools for working through it, all thanks to the person who most annoys you. Take this moment to learn compassion- for yourself and for them.
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.
To practice EQ means you are seeking opportunities to tune into emotion, making careful choices about how you are thinking, feeling, and acting, and doing that in a way that’s purposeful.
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“Ultimate wellbeing has nothing to do with what’s outside us,” says Daniel Goleman. What would happen if we could fully take charge of our own wellbeing… and what’s the neuroscience that will help make it so?
How do we fully engage attention to use the full power of our minds? What fuels and blocks performance in work and life? Joshua Freedman & Daniel Goleman discuss his new book discuss the science of attention and how it applies to life in the office, in nature – and even in bed.
When we talk about mindfulness, we’re not just practicing an awareness of logical mind, we’re seeking a profound opening to our whole mind. The mind that encompasses more than cognitive thought. So I’ve often thought we should consider “heartfulness” as well as “mindfulness.” Perhaps we can consider this interaction “The Mindful Heart”? It is in this intersection that emotional intelligence thrives.