Emotion, Intelligence, or Intelligent Emotions – Which is best?

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As promised in our last post, we are about to begin a book study of Intelligently Emotional.  I  hope you’ll join us to discover how intelligent our emotions really are!

Oh, yes!  I can already hear the jeers and can see you replying with tongue in cheek comments.  Then, I dare you to take the dive into this study and prove me wrong!  This is a practical study of how the temperments struggle with emotion and how we can be emotionally intelligent, which of course requires intelligent emotions.

We’ll complete this study over a six-week period.  But if you are super eager and want to progress faster, you will have enough information in each guide download to give you the opportunity to accelerate your study.

History has witnessed the connection

Everyone has emotions. Are they unintelligent or intelligent emotions? All of history has witnessed the connection between temperaments and emotions.  Whatever temperament you are, emotions are an issue in your life, and an understanding of them will enrich your thinking and your living.

Waiting until adulthood can be painful at best and costly as well

Teenage is an emotional training ground where emotional control is won, or it is postponed to be learned later in adulthood — a painful mistake.

Helping children gain emotional intelligence by teaching them early the tools of this study will give them a great advantage in life.

Let’s start with some fun

Here is a kaleidoscope of quotations about our emotions:

It is with the heart that one sees rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye. ~Antoine De Saint-Exupery in “The Little Prince”

Ahab never thinks, he just feels, feels, feels. ~Herman Melville, “Moby Dick”

Life is a comedy for those who think and a tragedy for those who feel. ~Horace Walpole

My love was so hot as mighty nigh to burst my boilers. ~Davy Crockett

Children are given to us to discourage our better emotions. ~Saki (Hector Hugh Munro)

When we direct our thoughts properly, we can control our emotions. ~W. Clement Stone

I don’t believe people die from hard work; they die from stress and worry and fear — the negative emotions. ~A. L. Williams

Love the Lord your God with ll your heart and mind and strength… and your neighbor as yourself. ~Jesus

Learn More about Mastering Intelligent Emotions

Know your inner design (your InnerKinetics®) and you are well on your way to knowing what you need to do to master intelligent emotions and successfully manage your emotional stress.

We’ll begin a short study on the book entitled, “Intelligently Emotional.” I hope you’ll consider joining us. Here’s what to do to get ready:

  1. Make sure you know your InnerKinetics. This simple assessment will provide the answers you’ll need as we study how to become intelligently emotional.
  2. Grab your copy of the bookIntelligently Emotional by Ray W. Lincoln. And check our weekly updates for a discount coupon code that includes free shipping.
  3. Be sure you are subscribed to our weekly updates and watch for a separate email we’ll send that includes a downloadable study guide and reading plan.
  4. To receive all the study materials, click the pretty red button!     


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