You may have heard of the new buzz word "emotional intelligence" and wondered what it means. It means "the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one's emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically".
For example, have you ever wondered the following?
"Why do people do stupid things?" "How do I know if I can trust this person?" "How do I motivate this person to be more active?" "I wish I know how to help this person to stop thinking so negatively." "I wish I know how to improve my relationships with them." "I wish I'm more confident." "How can I be happier?"
If you are higher in emotional intelligence, you will be able to answer questions like these. As you can see, you can be an intelligent person, but maybe you need to be more EMOTIONALLY intelligent, too.
FORTUNATELY, emotional intelligence is something you can improve; UNFORTUNATELY, they do not teach how to do that in schools as of yet, that I'm aware of, so this meetup group is created for the purpose of helping our members to improve their emotional intelligence.
How do we do that? We'll have free weekly meetings at the Dianetics & Scientology Life Improvement Center near Marconi and Watt in Sacramento, where we'll learn tools and information to increase our emotional intelligence. At our meetings, we'll have classes as well as private discussions. You are encouraged to participate in both.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call me, Tony, the Group Organizer, at 916-519-5287. I look forward to meeting you at our meetups and getting to know you.
In this meetup, we'll talk about the following topics on emotional intelligence:
~ How do you know whether someone is the right person for you
~ How do you tell how healthy a relationship is
~ How do people's emotions and attitudes affect each other
As a result of this meeting, you will be a much more emotionally intelligent person!
Call Tony, the Group Organizer, at[masked] for any questions.
Do you know someone who never got over a painful relationship situation, the death of a loved one, or the loss of a good job?
Have you ever lived or worked with someone who criticized and dominated you a lot?
If you have had such experiences yourself, or know someone who did, then you know how damaging these experiences can be to a person's emotional well being. Many people experience less motivation, less self-confidence, anxiety, depression, and less willingness to associate with others as a result of their painful experiences, which is why getting over painful experiences is such an important part of a person's emotional intelligence.
And that's why coming to this meeting is so important. We will be exploring the tools to help you or someone you care about get over painful experiences.
Call Tony (Group organizer) at[masked] for any questions.