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Conscious Choices: A Guide to Self-Directed Learning. Chapter Five Emotional Intelligence: Self-Mastery. Emotional Intelligence. Your attitude is the primary measure of emotional intelligence. Gratitude. Optimism. Self-awareness. Adaptability. Event.

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conscious choices a guide to self directed learning

Conscious Choices:A Guide to Self-Directed Learning

Chapter Five

Emotional Intelligence:

Self-Mastery

emotional intelligence
Emotional Intelligence
  • Your attitude is the primary measure of emotional intelligence

Gratitude

Optimism

Self-awareness

Adaptability

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Event

Thoughts justifying emotions, Worrying, Remembering the emotions…

Emotion

Cycle of emotions and thoughts

managing emotions
Managing Emotions
  • The emotionally intelligent person can take charge of his or her emotions.
  • Emotions ebb and flow naturally unless you sustain them with your thoughts.
  • Managing how you think or talk about your feelings can extend or reduce the intensity of the emotion.
balancing emotions
Balancing Emotions
  • Use the heart to change the mind, or the mind to change the heart.
  • Observe your emotional state and then decide if it is an appropriate response for the circumstances and people involved.
what is self awareness
What is Self-Awareness?
  • Observing your thoughts or feelings
  • Witnessing yourself from a neutral perspective
  • Being aware of what you are doing by noticing the sensations, emotions, or thoughts you experience
self awareness is not being
Self-Awareness is NOT Being
  • Self-conscious
  • Analytical
  • Blaming
  • Self-critical
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Acknowledging your strengths and weaknesses without judgment is a key sign of emotional intelligence

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Your inner self-talk becomes the guiding force in determining whether you will process your experiences as self-empowering or self-defeating.

self responsibility
Self-Responsibility
  • Using self-control by showing restraint and delaying gratification
  • Inspiring your own motivation
  • Not blaming others for personal difficulties
social competence
Social Competence
  • Adaptable and Flexible
  • Compassionate and Empathic
  • Good Listener
  • Appreciation of Diversity
  • People Skills
  • Leadership Qualities
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Emotional intelligence requires you to take 100% responsibility for the outcome of all your relationships.
  • Focus on changing yourself and not the other person.
  • Disengage from antagonistic relationships

OR

  • Use better communication or conflict resolution techniques