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Mastering Emotional Intelligence (EQ) – Healthy Self Regard

Emotional Intelligence is the loving facilitator for “how” we do “what” we do.

I’ve now had the privilege of working with thousands of people worldwide to support transformational learning and change through emotional intelligence. Through this work, my thinking has evolved significantly over the past twenty years on how to effectively engage your emotional intelligence for personal and leadership development. 

Over the next few weeks I’ll share some of these insights while specifically referencing the 15 skills and competencies of the EQ-i 2.0 model of emotional intelligence. 


Self-regard is accepting and respecting yourself as you

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What is Emotional Intelligence?



Next Open Enrolment Offering: September 26 and 27, 2019

Our next open enrolment offering of “Leading To Success With Emotional Intelligence (EQ)” is scheduled for September 26 and 27, 2019.

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What is the ROI of Engaging EQ Assessment and Development Programs?

What is the ROI of engaging EQ assessment and development programs? Not only does it improve the physical, mental and emotional well-being of individuals it also significantly improves performance, productivity and the successful achievement of desired outcomes.

For more information on the ROI of EQ assessment and development programs click here.

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What is Key to Building Healthy and Meaningful Relationships?

What is key to building healthy and meaningful relationships?

Come to each of your relationships already ‘complete’ and eliminate all sense of ‘neediness’ from another.

Then all of your relationships will simply become about what can be ‘created in partnership’.


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How do You and Your Organization Approach Work?

How do you and your organization approach work? Through fear of survival or the joy of creation and service?

How do these approaches impact your relationships, well-being, performance and productivity?

For the next seven days curiously explore where you are choosing to place your attention.



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How Often do You Confuse a Sense of Relief with a Sense of Peace?

How often do you confuse a sense of relief with a sense of peace?

Here’s how to tell the difference.

A sense of relief is always connected to your belief of how something “should” be and is a temporary sensation in your nervous system.

A sense of peace does not depend on how you believe something “should” be and is a sustainable sensation in your nervous system.

For the next seven days use breath to help you feel the difference and to curiously question your “belief” that something “should” be different.

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How Often are Your Thoughts Based on Delusion or Reality?

A “delusion” is the result of believing that something is true – when in reality – it is not true.

How often do you engage in thoughts like “I’m not safe in this moment” or “I have to, should, or must do something in order to ‘survive’ this moment”?

See what physical, mental and emotional shifts occur for you when you take a breath then ask: “How do I know with absolute certainty that this thought is true?”


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How do you approach your life?

How do you approach your life?

Is your life happening to you or for you?

See what shifts occur in your thinking, feeling and behaviour when you playfully explore these different perspectives.

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Did You Know You Are Not Always Telling Yourself the Truth?

Did you know that you speak to yourself at a rate of 300 to 1,000 words per minute?

Did you also know that you are not always telling yourself the truth?

For the next week simply practice listening to how you speak to yourself.

Your ability to curiously explore your thoughts and test their validity before acting on them is a function of your emotional intelligence.

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Leadership through Love or Fear: It’s Your Choice

Leadership is neither a position nor is it about the one right way.

It is about your ability to influence others even when you do not have formal authority.

When you lead other you can do so from either love or fear.

It is that simple.

How you engage your emotional intelligence will determine the difference.

So what perspective do you truly want to lead from?


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