Steps and Tools for Emotional Intelligence

What is emotional intelligence? How does emotional intelligence make you a better lover, leader, parent, or friend? What is mindfulness? How do you negotiate a win-win agreement? What is the easiest way to calm your stress symptoms at work? How do you speak to a narcissist? What is anxiety? What are the symptoms of depression? Psychologist and coach Greg Hamlin takes up questions like these and more. He offers skills, tools, and steps for less stress, more emotional intelligence, more satisfying relationships, along with greater well-being.
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Feb 24, 2017

People who experience burnout don't necessarily work harder than those who avoid it.  But people who have the emotional intelligence to recognize burnout in it's early stages are able to pace themselves more effectively.  Most importantly, people who understand burnout are in a position to be significantly happier, despite being in a demanding job. In this episode, Dr. Hamlin explains how to be savvy about your well-being by avoiding the quicksand of emotional burnout.

Feb 9, 2017

One of the big reasons why people choke in a job interview is due to nerves.  People get so worked up with anxiety and worry while preparing that they end up not being at their best.  One of the fastest ways to calm yourself is to simplify the task of preparing for an interview.  In this episode, Dr. Greg Hamlin briefly explains how to use emotional intelligence to prepare for a job interview. By following this simple approach you can talk about yourself calmly and naturally.  Most importantly, your words will stick in the minds of those interviewing you.