SIX TIPS FOR KEEPING PREJUDICE FROM RULING YOU

  Prejudice starts in pain or fear. Pain is personal and leads to fear. As one theorist claims, all negative feelings are pain or fear of pain. A useful thought. However, not all fears come from personal experiences, Prejudices, in particular, are passed down from one generation to another.  As the Roger and Hammerstein noted …

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How To Complain Wisely

Need to complain, moan and groan? Don’t we all? Here’s the rub: Chucky Complainers and Wendy Whiners get little respect. People want you to suck it up. However, that can eat at your heart and give you an ulcer. What to do? Strengthen your Emotional Inlelligence by finding a complaint partner.  Never heard of Complaint Partners?  This …

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BE A COOL CAT NOT A MAD DOG: FIVE TIPS TO STRENGTHEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

What’s your feeling temperature right now? Most of today? The past week or so?  See if a negative feeling is getting to you. Take your feeling temperature. Feelings are signals telling you to be aware so you can stay safe. That’s the good news. The bad news? Signals are not always clear and are often misinterpreted. …

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Getting Up Again When The Wind Knocks You Down

An Emotional Intelligence boosting tip: Use quotes to inspire and help you stay strong.  Turn quotes into a quick Emotional Fitness Exercise by taking a Calming Breath (breathe in slowly, hold your breathe for a few moments, breathe out slowly, smile and say a silent “Thank You”) as you read and think about the quote. …

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