The Value & Mastery of Emotions
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I think many people assume that when a person is self-governed that means they treat emotions as bad things. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Emotions are an important part of us and our relationships and can even draw us closer together. But, they can also fracture families and create disconnections. In this 3 hour event I’ll help you finally fully understand emotions and how to use them to connect with others as well as how to make sure they don’t put you and your family in emotional bondage.
A self-governed person should be the very best at sharing and understanding emotions. At this event, I’ll give you the training you need to do that for yourself and your family.
What does it look like to have emotional intelligence?
- Understanding what is going on inside ourselves.
- Understanding what is going on inside others.
- How to connect to others.
- Discernment between truth/lies, feelings/thoughts/emotions (Productive vs Non-Productive emotions).
- Thinking challenging thoughts.
- Not ruminating (worrying).
- Possessing self-management skills.
- Caring, empathy (psychopaths have no empathy, so they act inhumane). Staying attuned to children and showing empathy helps the children be emotionally intelligent.
- Being able to take a 3rd person look at yourself.
- Expressing feelings in open/productive ways (doesn’t stuff emotions)
- Understanding vs being understood.
- Following your values (even when emotions are felt).
- Knowing when to take action.
- Optimism. “Optimism, like hope, means having a strong expectation that, in general, things will tern out all right in life, despite setbacks and frustrations.”
- Having impulse control.