Do you spend time focusing on the present and living in the moment? If so, you’re practising mindfulness, a powerful antidote to the unwanted side effects of a fast-paced lifestyle, something I refer to as the 'Drive-By Life' phenomenon.
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It’s not always easy to monitor how our emotions impact our body language. I’ve outlined four powerful strategies you can use to manage them both and strengthen your emotional intelligence.
Many of us aren’t comfortable with our emotions, we have learned to push them away so we don’t have to feel and think about them. Feeling your emotions physically can be a challenge but a necessary one that is relevant to your overall health.
There's a strong connection between what you think and how you feel, both physically and emotionally. Controlling emotions will boost positive self-talk and reduce negative feelings.
We never want our emotions to rule us; instead, we want to manage them. To be the best version of yourself, try smiling and laughing, excellent self-management strategies sure to make your holiday season shine.
We're approaching the holiday season, which tends to heighten emotions, perhaps, even more, this year due to Covid-19. I share the power of smiling and laughing throughout the holidays.
Linda Marshall is teaching Emotional Intelligence: The KEY to Personal & Professional Success CE Course at Mohawk College from October 3 - November 7, 2017 (UPDATED DATES).
As discussed in part one of this two-part series our goal as parents is to raise our children to be successful and develop to their highest potential. Emotional Intelligence is the way to accomplish this – it will be the game changer for your children.