Presentation on theme: "Emotional Intelligence. Quick Facts Your Emotional I.Q. is completely separate from your regular I.Q. Your Emotional I.Q. is related to how happy you."— Presentation transcript:
Quick Facts Your Emotional I.Q. is completely separate from your regular I.Q. Your Emotional I.Q. is related to how happy you are
Developing Your E.Q. Develop the courage to follow your own feelings Express your feelings – find out who cares – spend time with them
Developing Your E.Q. Start labeling feelings; stop labeling people & situations Analyze your own feelings rather than the action or motives of other people
Developing Your E.Q. Ask others how they feel Make time to reflect on your feelings Use three word sentences beginning with I feel
Developing Your E.Q. Identify your fears and desires Identify your unmet emotional needs
Developing Your E.Q. Take responsibility for your emotions & happiness; Stop believing others cause your feelings; Don't expect others to "make" you happy
Ian Hopkins, Resident Assistant, Minnesota State University Submitted by… Ian is a junior at Minnesota State University Moorhead and a second year Resident Assistant. He is a communication studies major and political science minor along with pre-law.