We pulled even more amazing insight from Karen’s niece Jacqueline who is wrapping up her time with KickStart Your Edge. Jacqueline shares more about what the EQ-i 2.0 assessment of emotional intelligence has brought to light for her. She has a new perspective now on relationships—most importantly—with herself (despite being only 17!). Then … dun dun dun … we ask her what she’s going to work on moving forward. This is super insightful stuff no matter how old you are.
Karen’s niece Jacqueline is back! She’s sharing more of the insight she’s taking away from working with KickStart Your Edge–T-FAR in particular. Jacqueline thinks everyone in the world needs to know this stuff! Why? T-FAR (your thoughts, feelings, actions, and results) is the foundation for how we run our lives—good and bad. Jacqueline walks us through her understanding of it with her real-life example. And we break it down … you know … like coaches do.
Left brain. Right brain. Structure and common sense vs. creativity and big picture. With our special guest (and Karen’s niece) Jacqueline, we’re talking about understanding left vs. right, where our strengths lie, and how to exercise the “other side.” We’ll also share how relying too much on one side of the noggin can keep taking you down a bad path and why there’s a huge benefit to coming at tough situations with the WHOLE brain.
Pulling the right emotional intelligence strings when it comes to Interpersonal Relationships is not a one-size-fits-all operation. You’ve got to size up the who and the what… and a host of other w’s before fitting the situation with the best EQ subscale for the job. In this episode, Jenn poses a question and Karen’s answer provides great insight into the interplay of all elements of EQ with examples instead of textbook definitions.
A simple message on a greeting card is what kicks off this episode on Interpersonal Relationships. We’re talking about how our personal relationship is based on fun and how we show up. We don’t take ourselves too seriously and we don’t live in fear. What fun is that? Listen and ask yourself whether you could give that card to someone and how your emotional intelligence could impact your answer.