For many years, success was tied to intelligence. The idea was that if you were smart, you’d be more likely to be successful. As decades of research accumulated, a different perspective emerged: the people who were most aware of their own emotions and the emotions of those around them were often the ones who demonstrated the best leadership ability and achievement.
Want a better relationship with your partner? Improve your emotional intelligence.
Want better relationships with your co-workers? Improve your emotional intelligence.
Want your kids to be more successful in school and life? Help them improve their emotional intelligence.
I help people increase their emotional intelligence and develop the self-management skills for personal success. That’s what this quest is all about.