Welcome to the EQ Library
Resources for parenting and raising emotionally intelligent children
What are your most important goals… what about for all of us? To get there, what will we need to strengthen on the inside? This active, fun workshop digs into big questions, and uses the Unlocking EQ Profile to support people to go from insight to action. The zip file includes PPTX slides and a […]
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‘¿Cómo puedes animar a un niño a perseguir metas nobles? Josh Freedman y May Duong discuten la importancia de tomar en serio las ideas de los niños y no tener miedo de preguntarles a los niños qué aportan al mundo.’
Jay Grant shares a story about a time he got really angry with his kids – and the lessons he learned reflecting on it that he hopes will help him be more measured in the future. A healthy look at self-compassion and recognizing patterns.
Michele Royan and Josh Freedman talk about the challenge of recognizing the patterns we fall into as parents, like a morning routine that consistently causes stress for everyone. And also the amazing opportunity we have as parents to make a choice to examine and change those patterns.
Posted August 27, 2018 by in Family
CEO Josh Freedman sits down with Ramona and John Miranda to talk about extrinsic motivators, feedback styles and levels of autonomy – and how they all relate to each other and to kids developing a healthy sense of intrinsic motivation.
Posted July 30, 2018 by in Family
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Barbara Fatum and Josh Freedman talk about the challenge for parents of walking side-by-side with their children, as opposed to in front of them. An amazing conversation about parenting, power, autonomy, and self-awareness.
Posted July 9, 2018 by in Family