Do you want a winning way to respond more positively to your emotions?
If that is a "yes" then join me in a new teleconference class called Creating Emotional Intelligence.
Creating Emotional Intelligence teleconference meets twice a month and begins on October 10, 2008 8am-9am PST Cost: $49 per month
What is emotional intelligence?
Emotional intelligence, simply put, describes a powerful way of being in your life when you stop allowing unresolved feelings and emotions to run the show.
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What can you gain from creating emotional intelligence?
Practically everything - but here are some specific results that may interest you...
If creating emotional intelligence interests you then click here to register for a teleconference class that is sure to knock your emotional socks off!
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Register by October 6, 2008 and your participation in October is absolutely FREE. No gimmicks. No obligation to continue. (I only want you to continue if you continue to get great value).
|What is Emotional Intelligence?|
The following is a definition of emotional intelligence by researcher and pioneer John Mayer.
John Mayer defines emotional intelligence as: "Emotional Intelligence is the capacity to reason about emotions, and of emotions to enhance thinking. It includes the abilities to accurately perceive emotions, to access and generate emotions so as to assist thought, to understand emotions and emotional knowledge, and to reflectively regulate emotions so as to promote emotional and intellectual growth."
"The high emotionally intelligent individual, most centrally, can better perceive emotions, use them in thought, understand their meanings, and manage emotions, than others. Solving emotional problems likely requires less cognitive effort for this individual. The person also tends to be somewhat higher in verbal, social, and other intelligences, particularly if the individual scored higher in the understanding emotions portion of EI. The individual tends to be more open and agreeable than others."
John Mayer goes on to say: "The high EI individual, relative to others, is less apt to engage in problem behaviors, and avoids self-destructive, negative behaviors such as smoking, excessive drinking, drug abuse, or violent episodes with others. The high EI person is more likely to have possessions of sentimental attachment around the home and to have more positive social interactions, particularly if the individual scored highly on emotional management. Such individuals may also be more adept at describing motivational goals, aims, and missions."
Colleen Moore, LMFT, MAC, is a licensed marriage and family therapist, nationally certified addiction specialist and a personal coach. Colleen practices out of Sacramento and Auburn. She also offers telephone sessions if you live out of the area or you want the convenience of working on the telephone.
Colleen uses a "coach-therapy" model designed to raise awareness, connect you with your deepest desires, and remove any barrier that's in the way of you having what you want. If you would like to sign up for a complimentary session click here.