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About the Course

Drama, anxiety, fear, suffering, stress and poor decisions… Lack of emotional management is what leads to these things. And that if we learn to control our emotions we can avoid them.

Emotional intelligence is the ability to identify and harness one’s own emotions, as well as the emotions of others. The skill of emotional intelligence is perhaps the most valuable skill you can ever acquire. You can control your emotional state, including fear and anxiety. You can learn how to avoid the unwanted ones and purposefully create the ones you want.

In this course, Dr. Albert Chan will give you the tools that you need to develop emotional intelligence so you can recognize negative emotions while they’re happening, identify the triggers that cause the emotion, and overcome the emotion. From now on, you can use emotional awareness and self-control techniques to take back control of your emotions and direct the content of our lives.

What You Will Learn

  • Emotional Intelligence insights into what emotions are and how they are formed.

  • Emotional Intelligence tools to recognize and identify your emotions.

  • Emotional management tools to direct your thoughts, giving you the power to direct your emotions.

  • Emotional regulation techniques for de-escalating anxiety and fear.

  • Emotional regulation techniques for stress reduction and to make every day more enjoyable.

  • How to self-control: preventing loss of emotional control.

  • How to harness your own emotions and anchor positive emotions.

Who This Course Is For

  • Anyone who no longer wants to experience drama, fighting or emotional turmoil in your life.

  • Anyone who is tired of feeling like your emotions are out of your control.

  • Anyone who experiences anxiety, fear or worry and wants to learn how to prevent these emotions.

  • Anyone who is stressed out and wants to cope with the ups and downs of life and perform better under stress.

  • Anyone who wants to learn how to take control of your thoughts, avoid negative or compulsive thinking.

  • Anyone who wants to master feeling hopeful and joyful.

  • Parents, teachers, social workers who want to help others learn to manage their emotions.

About the Instructor

Dr. Albert Chan

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