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2016 Presidential Campaign Got You Feeling Angry or Stressed Out? Three ways mindfulness can bring you calm, clarity, and true empowerment.

2020-05-26T00:06:04-07:00October 8th, 2016|Community, Compassion, Compassionate Love, Emotional Intelligence, Happiness, Leadership, Mindfulness & Meditation|

In recent weeks, I’ve found myself feeling increasingly frustrated – and even angry – with many aspects of this year’s presidential campaign, particularly as I’ve watched the news, speeches, debates and rallies, contemplated the implications of the poll numbers, and read dozens (or probably hundreds, I’ve lost count) of politically-charged Facebook and Twitter posts.  I’ve also been feeling a bit powerless—questioning what I can really do to make a difference in this political race to [...]

Emotional Intelligence 101

2020-05-26T00:06:04-07:00September 12th, 2013|Emotional Intelligence, Forgiveness, Happiness, Impartiality, Love|

A little understanding of brain science can go a long way to improve our interpersonal effectiveness in multiple aspects of our life. While our IQ – or intelligence quotient – is pretty well set by the time we are adults, our EQ – or emotional quotient – can change over time.  EQ is the measure of emotional intelligence, and scores of books have been written on this subject by experts in the field like Daniel [...]

What is Compassionate Love?

2020-08-26T12:45:22-07:00March 29th, 2013|Compassion, Compassionate Love, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Love|

When you think about who you love in your life, who comes to mind? Your family and friends? Your pets? Maybe even your colleagues? Do you think of your neighbors or people you pass on the street or in the market? How about your enemies? Usually, we reserve our love for the people we are closest to or who help ensure our survival and quality of life. But the future is calling us to [...]

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