How to Cope with Uncertainty: Practicing Emotional Intelligence During Coronavirus

While we cannot control the pandemic and all that it brings, we can control who we are and what we want to stand for in the face of it.

To feel more in control, we have to remember the ways that we are in the driver’s seat. For example, we have choices about our thoughts, feelings and actions. We mightn’t have total control, but we have choice.

We can step forward with purpose, and take care of our and others’ emotional wellbeing during this challenging time.

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  1. Go through the KCG process. Start with these essential questions. What am I feeling? What options do I have? What really matters?
  2. Sign up for a Growing U class. We launched Growing U to help people and businesses cope with the current challenges.
  3. Get certified as an EQ Practitioner. Emotional intelligence skills are learnable and form the foundation of a successful relationship with yourself and others.
We launched Growing U to help people and businesses cope with the current challenges.

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