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How to Build Your Emotional Intelligence With Mindfulness

Patricia Thompson, PhD, Corporate Psychologist &Executive Coach,

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15 Videos (3h 23m)
    • Introduction

      6:14
    • How to Take the Course

      2:28
    • Lesson 1 - What is Mindfulness ?

      12:27
    • Lesson 2 - Using Diaphragmatic Breathing to Manage Stress

      7:10
    • Lesson 3 - The Foundation of Mindfulness - Being in the Present

      17:09
    • Lesson 4 - Observing Your Thoughts with Perspective

      12:05
    • Lesson 5 - Making Your Thoughts Work For You, Not Against You

      15:32
    • Lesson 6- Leveraging the Mind-Body Connection

      20:59
    • Lesson 7 - Mindfully Managing Your Emotions

      17:22
    • Lesson 7 (Part 2) - Mindfully Managing Your Emotions (continued)

      15:38
    • Lesson 8 - Boosting Your Mood to Boost Your Success

      9:31
    • Lesson 9 - Using Mindfulness to Enhance Communication

      15:59
    • Lesson 10 - Improve Your Relationships with Compassion

      25:32
    • Lesson 11 - Reducing Stress Through Mindful Daily Living

      14:25
    • Lesson 12 - Hard-wiring Your Mindfulness Habit

      10:39

About This Class

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You’re smart, accomplished, and want to be better at what you do. So how do you do that without piling more pressure onto your shoulders?

The answer is simple: by learning the psychological principles of mindfulness that provide you with:

  • the head space to make important decisions

  • the presence to create deep connections

  • the creativity to come up with fresh ideas

  • the courage to break with the status quo and do what’s right

Let me ask you this,

Is your communication style is getting in the way of your success?

  • Are you so driven and results-oriented that you move too quickly, and speak before you think?
  • Are you impatient, or do people tell you that you could stand to be a better listener?
  • Do your emotions interfere with your effectiveness?

Could you use more confidence?

  • Do doubt and negative self-talk undermine your success?
  • Do you have a hard time bouncing back when things don’t go your way?
  • Do you have difficulty managing your emotions?

Are you stressed out, most of the time?

  • Do you have a hard time staying focused and keeping up with all of your responsibilities?
  • Do you wish you could be more present – at work and at home?
  • Do you constantly feel like you’re on the brink of burnout?

If you answered “yes” to one or more of the above, you’re not the only one. And the good news is, you don’t have to struggle with any of that, anymore.

In the course, you'll learn how to address all of these issues, and you'll also gain access to guided meditations to help you to develop your mindfulness practice.

What is mindfulness, you ask?

Mindfulness is the ability to remain in the present moment and maintain a moment-by-moment, non-judgmental awareness of your thoughts, feelings, and the surrounding environment.

You can consider it a form of brain training that strengthens your ability to pay attention, so that you can concentrate more easily and focus on the task at hand.

Study after study has shown that mindfulness helps people to be more productive, less stressed, more focused, healthier, and happier.

What’s more, when you practice mindfulness techniques consistently, you’ll notice the benefits almost right away: 

  • Increase your ability to focus
  • Gain a better understanding how your emotions affect you
  • Feel equipped to work through any self-defeating thoughts that have been holding you back
  • Improve your listening skills
  • Enhance your emotional intelligence
  • Manage your stress levels more effectively.

The results you experience in your work and home life will be obvious not only to you, but to those around you, too. Results such as: 

  • Greater productivity
  • Stronger leadership skills
  • Improved influencing skills
  • Better decision making
  • Enhanced concentration
  • Better relationships
  • Better communication
  • Less burnout and increased resilience

You’ll also find you’re better able to take a step back from situations to observe yourself: your thoughts, your emotions, and your physical reactions. As a result, you’ll act with intention, wisdom, and perspective – and avoid any knee-jerk reactions that could cause conflict or problems further down the line.

Imagine… feeling calm and grounded, regardless of what else is going on around you.

Imagine… being centered enough that you’re no longer susceptible to having others “push your buttons.”

Imagine… being more efficient and productive, and doing your work in less time.

Imagine… having more confidence and clarity in your interactions with others.

Enroll in the course, and get started reaping the benefits today!

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Patricia Thompson, PhD

Corporate Psychologist &Executive Coach,

Hello, I'm Patricia.

I'm an award-winning psychologist, management consultant, coach, and author who is passionate about helping my clients to achieve happiness and fulfillment. For over 15 years, I have worked with all sorts of clients ranging from students to Fortune 500 CEOS, to cultivate their innate talents and achieve success.

I am also the President of Silver Lining Psychology, a firm I founded, to share my knowledge about how to use the science of positive psychology to...

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