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Introduction to Emotional Intelligence

 

Welcome to the coaching program on Emotional Smarts! – Using Emotional Intelligence to Create a More Joyous, Richer Life.

Emotional Intelligence will effect and determine how you manage stress, relate to friends and family and your success in your career. 

In this program, you are going to expand and activate your hidden potential of understanding, empathy and awareness to improve your personal life, career, and business through emotional intelligence.

 

This training is broken down into the following areas:

 

  • What is emotional intelligence?

 

  • How the brain functions with regard to our emotions.

 

  • The need to be in the present moment with what we are feeling.

 

  • The five domains of emotional intelligence.

 

  • Key personal and social-emotional intelligence tactics you can use to create more personal success.

 

Module #1 starts with exploring the basic emotions of mad, sad, fear and guilt as well as grateful, happy, secure/hopeful and proud.

We will also look at when you experienced these in your own life.

  

We can see how emotions play an important part in our day-to-day living. Yet isn’t it strange that despite the enormous impact emotions can have on our lives, we don’t live our lives in an emotionally intelligent way.  But imagine if we did…

 

  • We would handle life’s ups and downs with more ease.

 

  • We would manage our emotions without having to suppress them.

 

  • We would cope with change and more readily accept when we are stretched outside our comfort zone.

 

Imagine what that would that be like…

 

This is where the concept of emotional intelligence comes into play and this is the potential it can have in our lives.

 

After completing Worksheet #1 move to Module #2 where you will define the concept of emotional intelligence.”

 


Identifying your Emotions

Worksheet #1 -

Reflect on how each of the following strong emotions affected you, which may be in either a positive or a negative way.

Finally, notice any common themes between the circumstances or feelings you experienced and record them on your worksheet.

Complete the following sentences using any of the suggested words and identify a time in your life when you experienced them. Do as many as you can. Notice any common themes. 

Anger - mad, frustration, rage, hostility

I feel angry that ______________________________________


 

Sad - sense of loss, depression, helplessness, unhappiness or disappointment

I feel sad that ________________________________________

 

Fear - anxious, afraid, nervous, scared

I feel afraid that _____________________________________

 

Guilt - something I did I wish I hadn't done or something I didn't do I wished I had

I feel guilty that I ______________________________________

 

Grateful - thankful

I feel grateful that _____________________________________

 

Happy - glad, pleased, blissful, cheerful, content, joyful

I feel happy that _____________________________________

 

Secure/ hopeful - write fist about secure. If you can't identify anything you feel secure about then write about hopeful.

I feel secure or hopeful that _____________________________

 

Proud - pride in an achievement

I feel proud that I ____________________________________

 

  

Next, reflect on how each of these strong emotions affected you, which may be in either a positive or a negative way.

 

Finally, notice any common themes between the circumstances or feelings you experienced and record them on this worksheet.

 

Questions

Q1

WHAT WAS YOUR STRONGEST EMOTION?

 

Q2

SINCE OUR STRONGEST EMOTIONS LEAD TO OUR GREATEST NEED, WHAT DO YOU NEED RIGHT NOW?

We can see how emotions play an important part in our day-to-day living. Yet isn’t it strange that despite the enormous impact emotions can have on our lives, we don’t live our lives in an emotionally intelligent way.  But imagine if we did…

 

  • We would handle life’s ups and downs with more ease.
  • We would manage our emotions without having to suppress them. 
  • We would cope with change and more readily accept when we are stretched outside our comfort zone.

 Imagine what that would that be like…

 

This is where the concept of emotional intelligence comes into play and this is the potential it can have in our lives

Next, move to Module #2 where you will define the concept of emotional intelligence.

 

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Before coaching, I had a lot of fear and anxiety that kept me from doing things I knew I should do to get ahead. I was tired of being alone and not having a relationship. When I did go out with a guy, within the first few dates anxieties and behaviors that I thought I was past resurfaced. I felt like I couldn't control myself or my emotions. I felt terribly insecure and desperate. I thought I needed to settle for whoever would be with me even though they were not my ideal mate. 
 
Finally, I said to myself “enough is enough”.  I realized that I was never going to figure this out on my own.  I also recognized that this wasn't something that was a medical necessity for which my health insurance would pay.  A relationship coach was just what I needed.
 
I loved that no matter how crazy I sounded to myself my coach seemed always to understand what I was saying and feeling and made sense of it. 
 
Since coaching, I have gained confidence in myself and am now married to a wonderful man. This increased confidence and communication skills have also showed up in my professional life, and I have increased my income 50%.
 
Thank you, Dr. Marian, for all the help you have given me. 

Lee S.