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Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Mindfulness, and In-the-Zone Therapy – 3

In the previous two posts, I discussed Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness, drew the connection between the two, and shared how they work together. So, how do people acquire the ability to be “Emotionally Intelligent”? How does one develop Mindfulness? Since Mindfulness is an ancient religious philosophy, there are many very old writings about it that have been scanned and uploaded to the Internet. Mindfulness courses Read More...

Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Mindfulness, and In-the-Zone Therapy – 2

As you read my first post on the subject Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Mindfulness, and In-the-Zone Therapy, you may have wondered about the connection between Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness. If you research both, what you’ll discover is that Emotional Intelligence can be perceived as an updated and abbreviated version of Mindfulness. Mindfulness is deeply rooted in Eastern Religious Philosophy and trains its students to manage their Read More...

Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Mindfulness, and In-the-Zone Therapy

Stephen Covey said that EQ is more important than IQ and many people agree. Many highly intelligent people lack the needed skills to reach their full potential. Skills, such as, empathy, understanding others emotions, understanding their own emotions, and the ability to manage all of the foregoing. So, in this series of posts, I’ll discuss what EQ is, what its cousin Mindfulness is, and lastly, Read More...