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Quotes About Emotional Intelligence

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Anthon St. Maarten
“Highly sensitive people are too often perceived as weaklings or damaged goods. To feel intensely is not a symptom of weakness, it is the trademark of the truly alive and compassionate. It is not the empath who is broken, it is society that has become dysfunctional and emotionally disabled. There is no shame in expressing your authentic feelings. Those who are at times described as being a 'hot mess' or having 'too many issues' are the very fabric of what keeps the dream alive for a more caring, humane world. Never be ashamed to let your tears shine a light in this world.”
Anthon St. Maarten

“We now understand that higher-level thinking is more likely to occur in the brain of a student who is emotionally secure than in the brain of a student who is scared, upset, anxious, or stressed.”
― Mawhinney and Sagan

Jess C. Scott
“Be patient. Your skin took a while to deteriorate. Give it some time to reflect a calmer inner state. As one of my friends states on his Facebook profile: "The true Losers in Life, are not those who Try and Fail, but those who Fail to Try.”
Jess C. Scott, Clear: A Guide to Treating Acne Naturally

Jess C. Scott
“When our emotional health is in a bad state, so is our level of self-esteem. We have to slow down and deal with what is troubling us, so that we can enjoy the simple joy of being happy and at peace with ourselves.”
Jess C. Scott, Clear: A Guide to Treating Acne Naturally

Daniel Prokop
“We live in an adolescent society, Neverland, where never growing up seems more the norm than the exception. Little boys wearing expensive suits and adult bodies should not be allowed to run big corporations. They shouldn’t be allowed to run governments, armies, religions, small businesses and charities either and just quietly, they make pretty shabby husbands and fathers too. Mankind has become Pankind and whilst “lost boys” abound, there is also an alarming increase in the number of “lost girls.”
Daniel Prokop, Leaving Neverland: Why Little Boys Shouldn't Run Big Corporations

Antero Alli
“Who knows? Life may just be a Positive Conspiracy bent on putting us in the right place at the right time every living, breathing moment of the day. It just takes a certain kind of perspective to see this. Realizing this can put our "analyzer" on hold, our interpretive mind on "ga-ga" and our hearts on breathless.”
Antero Alli, Angel Tech: A Modern Shaman's Guide to Reality Selection

Frederick Dodson
“An emotion does not cause pain. Resistance or suppression of emotion causes pain.”
Frederick Dodson, Parallel Universe of Self

Alexandra Katehakis
“To develop emotional and erotic intelligence we need to practice enlarging our inner passion at every moment. It doesn’t matter what’s going on in our world, or even how we feel about ourselves in the moment. In fact, the best time to accomplishing something may be when we least feel like trying, because the hopeless part of ourselves most needs the light.”
Alexandra Katehakis, Mirror of Intimacy: Daily Reflections on Emotional and Erotic Intelligence

Charlette Mikulka
“People who seek psychotherapy for psychological, behavioral or relationship problems tend to experience a wide range of bodily complaints...The body can express emotional issues a person may have difficulty processing consciously...I believe that the vast majority of people don't recognize what their bodies are really telling them. The way I see it, our emotions are music and our bodies are instruments that play the discordant tunes. But if we don't know how to read music, we just think the instrument is defective.”
Charlette Mikulka

“It isn't stress that makes us fall - it's how we respond to stressful events.”
Wayde Goodall

Pema Chödrön
“Buddha is our inherent nature—our buddha nature—and what that means is that if you’re going to grow up fully, the way that it happens is that you begin to connect with the intelligence that you already have. It’s not like some intelligence that’s going to be transplanted into you. If you’re going to be fully mature, you will no longer be imprisoned in the childhood feeling that you always need to protect yourself or shield yourself because things are too harsh. If you’re going to be a grown-up—which I would define as being completely at home in your world no matter how difficult the situation—it’s because you will allow something that’s already in you to be nurtured. You allow it to grow, you allow it to come out, instead of all the time shielding it and protecting it and keeping it buried. Someone once told me, “When you feel afraid, that’s ‘fearful buddha.’” That could be applied to whatever you feel. Maybe anger is your thing. You just go out of control and you see red, and the next thing you know you’re yelling or throwing something or hitting someone. At that time, begin to accept the fact that that’s “enraged buddha.” If you feel jealous, that’s “jealous buddha.” If you have indigestion, that’s “buddha with heartburn.” If you’re happy, “happy buddha”; if bored, “bored buddha.” In other words, anything that you can experience or think is worthy of compassion; anything you could think or feel is worthy of appreciation.”
Pema Chödrön, Start Where You Are: A Guide to Compassionate Living

Maddy Malhotra
“If you keep running away from yourself then be warned that love, joy, peace and fulfillment will keep running away from you!”
Maddy Malhotra, How to Build Self-Esteem and Be Confident: Overcome Fears, Break Habits, Be Successful and Happy

Bryant McGill
“Innocence still lives within our hearts and the child within each of us knows right from wrong.”
Bryant McGill, Voice of Reason

Dorotea Brandin
“No matter what we do, each instant contains infinite choices. What we choose to think, to say or to hear creates what we feel in the present moment, it conditions the quality of our communication and in the end the quality of our everyday life. Beliefs and attitudes are made of thoughts. Negative thoughts can be changed and by doing so we create for ourselves more pleasant inner states and have a different impact on the people around us”
Dorotea Brandin, Heart to heart(s) Communication @ work.Universal values of Buddhism to inspire open, compassionate and effective communication

“There is no weakness in being able to love fully. It takes courage, tenacity, and an emotional intelligence that most people are incapable of.”
Alafia Stewart

Daniel Prokop
“When the management iceberg is shaped like a huge phallus, you know that there are a lot of tossers that the top penguin has had to climb over to reach the tip and that there is no shortage of the same caliber of penguin in the balls and shaft of the corporation, just waiting for their chance to get a spurt to the top. Should I sugar coat this a little more? or tell it like it is?”
Daniel Prokop, Leaving Neverland: Why Little Boys Shouldn't Run Big Corporations

Jeffrey Chatham
“it is my firm belief that in life, you get, what you give!”
Jeffrey Chatham, The Laundromat Chronicles

Clyde Dsouza
“Yet, it's our emotions and imperfections that makes us human.”
Clyde Dsouza, Memories With Maya

Jodi Picoult
“Ketika kau hanya memiliki palu, semuanya tampak seperti paku”
Jodi Picoult, My Sister's Keeper

Sharon Rose Summers
“It is the mind’s job to protect and take care of you, to solve your problems and make sure you’re safe. So, if you feel a surge of emotional upset, it moves into action, trying to help, looking for the source of the upset—for the problems—and generating solutions.

Under these conditions, the key to getting the mind to go on standby—to stilling the mind’s compulsive thinking—lies in recognizing, accepting, and working with the emotional upset. Once you address the emotional undercurrent, once it is no longer churning inside you, the mind can switch off and quite literally leave you in peace.”
Sharon Rose Summers, Meditation – Deep and Blissful: How to Still The Mind’s Compulsive Thinking, Let Go of Upset, Tap Into the Juice and Meditate at a Whole New Level

Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha
“If you can rightly build your emotional intelligence and holistically develop yourself, people can hurt you but you won't be hurted.”
Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha

Clyde Dsouza
“It's amazing how once the mind is free of emotional pollution, logic and clarity emerge.”
Clyde Dsouza, Memories With Maya

Susan Oakey-Baker
“Emotion has its place, but it must not interfere with taking the appropriate action.”
Susan Oakey-Baker, Finding Jim

Frederick Dodson
“Shift your attention, and your emotion shifts. Shift your emotion, and your attention shifts.”
Frederick Dodson, Parallel Universe of Self

Bob Thurber
“The first thing I check once I’m inside a story is the emotional weather. Is there a storm coming? What’s the temperature, and how powerful are the winds? The difference between walking on water and sliding one’s ass across slick ice is only a matter of degree.”
Bob Thurber

Adham T. Fusama
“Jon itu pemuda ber-IQ tinggi, dengan EQ jongkok, dan SQ tiarap.”
Adham T. Fusama, Dead Smokers Club Part 1

Clyde Dsouza
“You can't hack your destiny, brute force...you need a back door, a side channel into Life.”
Clyde Dsouza

Daniel Goleman
“Emotional self-control-- delaying gratification and stifling impulsiveness- underlies accomplishment of every sort”
Daniel Goleman, Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ

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