Passionate IntelligenceSlide 2
Quick Facts Your Emotional I.Q. is totally separate from your normal I.Q. Your Emotional I.Q. is identified with how glad you are Slide 3
Developing Your E.Q. Build up the bravery to take after your own particular sentiments Express your emotions – discover who cares – invest energy with themSlide 4
Developing Your E.Q. Begin naming emotions; quit marking individuals & circumstances Analyze your own particular sentiments as opposed to the activity or thought processes of other individualsSlide 5
Developing Your E.Q. Ask others how they feel Make time to think about your emotions Use three word sentences starting with "I feel"Slide 6
Developing Your E.Q. Distinguish your feelings of trepidation and goals Identify your neglected enthusiastic needsSlide 7
Developing Your E.Q. Assume liability for your feelings & satisfaction; Stop trusting others cause your emotions; Don't anticipate that others will "make" you upbeatSlide 8
Ian Hopkins, Resident Assistant, Minnesota State University Submitted by… Ian is a lesser at Minnesota State University Moorhead and a second year Resident Assistant. He is a correspondence examines major and political science minor alongside pre-law.