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In this fascinating TED talk, Kathryn Schulz goes into the nuances of regret – and why we often regret feeling regret. A great look at our typical relationship with this emotion, and how we could transform it to better ourselves.
Leaving emotions “out of it” is, really, a myth. Emotions are enmeshed in our brains, even in the rational centers. What are the possibilities if organizational management were to embrace the emotional components, and have the tools to deal with those feelings in a positive way?
Do you ever feel impatient, or even afraid, as a parent? As parents, we deal with a lot of emotions – both our kids’ feelings and our own. Josh Freedman and Marilynn Jorgensen discuss and offer 3 tips for emotionally intelligent parenting.
Emotional intelligence is, actually, quite simple. It’s one of the most basic aspects of our shared humanity. But the potential it has to change our lives, our communities, and our world for the better is almost limitless. This Six Seconds video is an ode to the power of working with emotions.
Many parents find themselves in power struggles with kids, especially around routines like dinnertime or getting out the door in the morning. How can we use EQ to lessen this resistance?
Psychologist Susan David shares how the way we deal with our emotions shapes everything that matters: our actions, careers, relationships, health and happiness. In this deeply moving, humorous and potentially life-changing talk, she challenges a culture that prizes positivity over emotional truth and discusses the powerful strategies of emotional agility. A talk to share.
Children’s emotions often interrupt us or slow us down, so our first instinct is often to brush them off – but is there a better way? Josh Freedman and Marilynn Jorgensen discuss this important topic for parents.
What steps should you take before you take the stage for a presentation? In this short video, world champion of public speaking Dananjaya Hettiarachchi goes over his process for preparing for a presentation – and it’s remarkably similar to Six Seconds’ E-A-R process.
People today feel like they are losing a sense of shared humanity with those they disagree with. In this article, social scientist Brené Brown talk about her research into this trend and her tips for cultivating belonging in an increasingly divided world. It’s more important now than ever.
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