Improve Your EI With This Easy Exercise

Take a moment to think about all the worlds above, below, and in you. You are part of a wonderful whole.

Einstein's quote, "God not play dive with the universe. Something to think about and an exercise to improve your Emotional Intelligence.

Thinking about what matters reduces stress and improves your emotional fitness, what others call emotional fitness.

PRACTICE KINDNESS

Kindness also improves emotional fitness.

Please rate this material. Doing so helps me. This is what your stars will mean to me. No stars – Not helpful. One star – Reinforced my knowledge. Two Stars – New information. Three stars – New useful information; Four stars – Very good. Five stars – Excellent. Also if you did not find it helpful, tell me what might have made it more useful.

Finally remember sharing is caring. and an act of kindness. Share this post if you found it useful.

Thank you and work at staying strong until next time.  I work on doing that all the time.

Katherine

P.S.This post was not inspired by this WordPress Daily Prompt:

Right to Brag. Tell us about something you (or a person close to you) have done recently (or not so recently) that has made you really, unabashedly proud.

It was inspired by a reminder of this quoted by Facebook Friend Nora Halpert who lives in Israel and therefore knows quite a bit about how to stay strong and emotionally fit. Thank you Nora.

These links are for those not familiar with Emotional Intelligence or the idea of Emotional Fitness.

Emotional Intelligence (en.wikipedia.org)
The five components of Emotional Intelligence (www.sonoma.edu)
Twelve Easy Emotional Fitness Exercises (amazon.com)

Agree or disagree, comments are always welcomed.