Queen Of Hearts Blog #Emotional Intelligence


  •  02/09/2021 02:16 PM

Rather than avoiding conflict, individuals who are high in Emotional Intelligence tackle issues head on.

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  •  01/26/2021 08:00 AM

Who do I want to be? How do I want the people around me to feel? How can I live out my God-given purpose daily?

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  •  01/07/2021 01:50 PM

Who do I want to be? How do I want the people around me to feel? How can I live out my God-given purpose daily?

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  •  12/24/2020 02:30 PM

As I reflect upon this holiday season, and what Christmas means to me, my prayer is that God will help me to be.. More aware… More intentional… More purposeful… More Emotionally Intelligent…

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  •  12/18/2020 08:24 AM

Having an attitude of gratitude is essential to living a happy life. Research shows that gratitude is vital for your wellbeing. Grateful people have higher levels of contentment, vitality, optimism and fewer instances of depression and stress than their less grateful counterparts. Grateful people are also more successful in their business ventures.

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  •  12/09/2020 01:35 PM

As I reflect on 2020, there are many lessons I have learned – but the thought that keeps running around in my mind is the idea that what we see on the outside, is born on the inside.

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  •  12/02/2020 03:00 PM

Leadership requires more than books smarts. As Daniel Goleman puts it, EQ can be more important than IQ for leadership success and this is because leadership is primarily about people.

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  •  11/04/2020 03:51 PM

Research shows that greater self-awareness helps individuals to be more proactive, more efficient & effective, leads to better decision making and enhanced communication skills as well as increased confidence levels and greater wellbeing.

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  •  10/29/2020 04:23 PM

Change is just as much emotional as it is rational. In order for you to move forward, both your head & heart must be in agreement. Emotions drive behaviour, and whilst the emotional side of change is messy and uncomfortable, real change is powered by feelings.

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  •  10/15/2020 03:04 PM

When situations arise, the rational part of the brain processes thoughts about the facts of that situation and those thoughts trigger a response from the emotional part of the brain, which releases chemicals that induce feelings and based on those feelings, we act.

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  •  10/01/2020 12:00 PM

It is said that when the going gets tough the tough get going, and we have really seen this over the last few months. As I have purposed to be one of the tough – the ones who ‘get going’ – I have learned a number of important insights: >> The tough get going – on their own journey >> The tough get going – on the inside first >> The tough get going – and keep going because of their why.

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  •  09/25/2020 12:00 PM

Optimism isn’t blindly hoping for the best. In fact, being “optimistic” in a passive, naïve sense – without real effort – would only get us deeper into trouble. The type of optimism that will help us is this skill of optimism: intentionally practicing an optimistic mindset.

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