Do you live life from a position of believing or as a believer?

Which is your go-to position in life? You need both! However, I’ve become aware I need to focus on Believer more often. (Yes—I used the EQ skill of self-awareness!) This semester my women’s Bible study has been using “The Armor of God” by Priscilla Shirer. Based on Ephesians 6, we loved the new insights we…

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Helping children process emotions

So, what do you do when your precious boy sails down the kiddie super slide at the carnival and lands hard on his face!!! Well, we ran ‘round and ‘round till we found an open gate. Scooping him up, we applied lots of compression therapy (hugs!) while the damage was assessed. And that was really…

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Romans 8:28 Training

“And we know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them.” Romans 8:28, NLT The promise in this verse is something I’m more clearly seeing this year. Savoring the richness of different phrases is changing me. I’m forming new…

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Everyday Emotional Intelligence

In this Everyday EQ Guest Post, DISC trainer Toni Harris Taylor notes that both Emotional Intelligence and DISC begin from a foundation of awareness. While Toni uses the DISC assessment to help her clients understand personalities, my EQ assessments help my clients increase skills and behaviors. You need both.  I’ve worked with Toni—I know first-hand…

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Emotional Intelligence in Art

This Guest Post is by Vivian Lewis, owner of the My Picqasso Art Bar in Old Town Spring just north of Houston. Vivian talks of the relationship and benefits art has on our emotional intelligence and sense of well-being. Whether you’re a novice or advanced, if you paint with Vivian, you’ll see her EQ skills…

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EQ in relationships

Because of the nature of my work as an Emotional Intelligence coach, it’s possible to do pretty much all that I need and never leave my home. Ordering supplies, keeping my certifications current, writing, and continuing to learn about EQ research—all are on the computer or online. I do my coaching through Zoom and my…

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Emotional Intelligence guest post

This Guest Post is by interior designer, Sherri Smith, from the Sunshine Coast of Australia. She specializes in sustainable, healthy, and beautiful design practices. She uses the EQ skills of awareness, empathy, and communication to work as a team with her clients. Sherri shows how being aware of our design selections can positively impact and reduce our…

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Stress Management & Emotional Intelligence

Take a moment right now to think about the people you know and how they handle stress. Think about the woman involved in every imaginable project, event, or group—leading this, power-housing that. At first glance, she may seem amazing! You know, the woman who serves organic, gourmet meals in her beautifully clean, stylish home, has…

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