Are you emotionally intelligent?

  • “As much as 80% of adult “success” comes from Emotional Intelligence" — Daniel Goleman
  • Why emotional intelligence matters?

    Imagine a world-class researcher who’s too anxious to give a lecture. Or a busy, self-made millionaire who’s desperately lonely. These people are smart, but they may lack emotional intelligence. As Daniel Goleman said, out of control emotions can make smart people stupid”.

    So, we should treat emotional intelligence (EI) with the seriousness it deserves. Studies show that people with higher EI make better leaders. They also form more satisfying relationships with friends and partners. Most importantly, emotionally intelligent people live happier lives!

    What is emotional intelligence?

    By now, most people have heard of this phrase, but many still don’t understand what it means to be emotionally intelligent.  Contrary to popular belief, emotional intelligence is not just being nice to others. It runs much deeper than this. To be emotionally intelligent is: 

    1) To be aware of your emotions and other people’s.

    2) To manage your behaviour and facilitate positive behaviour in others.

    To be emotionally intelligent is a complete way of life. If you’ve got it, it will subtly shape every action that you take. In this way, it can bring success to multiple areas of your life.

    How being more emotionally intelligent can benefit me?

    Studies have shown that a high emotional quotient (or EQ) is correlated with career success, leadership skills, better health, relationship satisfaction, humour, and happiness. 

     It is also the best antidote to work stress and it matters in every job — because all jobs involve dealing with people, and people with higher EQ are more rewarding to deal with.


    • Confidence: Feeling equipped to deal with a range of emotions that may arise day to day will help boost our confidence.
    • Better Relationships: Practicing flexibility, tolerance, understanding and acceptance will help relationships to grow and flourish.
    • Respect from Others: Acting with thoughtfulness, honesty and empathy will encourage others to enjoy spending time with you.
    • Success at Work: An ability to practice effective teamwork, good communication skills and be proactive should help you thrive in a work environment.  


    Self-Awareness + Regulation

    Social Skills

    Sensitivity + Empathy

    • Managing your own emotions: The ability to recognise your emotional triggers. Understanding what motivates and drives you and what your values are.
    • Social Skills: Building rapport and trust with others, having good communication skills. Having the ability to manage relationships and make others feel at ease.
    • Recognising moods: Appreciating that more may be going on below the surface, taking on board the situations of others. Understanding different behaviour styles, allowing for different perspectives, asking questions and listening.

    ​Emotional Intelligence can be trained!

    The good news is, emotional intelligence is something we can develop. Think of emotional intelligence as a set of tools we can use to build (and maintain) success. Indeed, if you’re feeling frustrated or unfulfilled, you may benefit from EI training.

    You can learn how to interact more effectively with other people and with your own emotions.

    To help you improve your EQ, we created the“Emotional Intelligence - Online Workshop"



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      2 hours of video with a qualified Psychologist
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      Animations that enrich the learning experience
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      Workbook and Exercises
    • A comprehensive 99 page PowerPoint presentation
    • 21 day action plan
    • Exclusive Facebook group access with peer support
    • Have your questions answered by a qualified Psychologist in our Facebook Group

    Start becoming more emotionally intelligent with our training course.

    Course Syllabus:

    1)What is Emotional Intelligence?

    What EI is not
    Tools to support EI
    The difference between emotional intelligence and being clever
    Introduction to emotions
    Why we tend to lack emotional intelligence
    The key qualities of being emotionally intelligent
    Why we need it
    How it benefits us

    2) Emotions + Why We Have Them:

    The evolution of emotions through theories: (Maslow, Charles Darwin, James Gross)

    Knowing your Brain

    Getting hooked

    Emotional agility

    Thinking fast and slow

    3) Self-Awareness - becoming in touch with our emotions:

    Why we label emotions
    How to identify emotions
    What emotional signals mean
    The purpose of emotions
    How to be mindful, without meditation

    4) Understanding Emotional Influences

    The role of our past
    The influence of worries and anxiety
    The role of values and needs
    Automatic coping mechanisms
    Attachment styles
    How we respond as adults

    5) Emotional Self-Management

    An introduction to emotional agility
    The 4 steps to emotional agility
    Benefits of being emotionally flexible
    Strategies to manage emotions
    Practical exercises to manage emotions
    Managing other people’s emotions

    6) Relating To & Understanding Others

    Social awareness
    What empathy is and why it’s relevant to emotional intelligence
    Emotional responsibility
    Reducing judgement
    Identifying the emotions of others
    Being a good listener

    7) Managing Relationships

    Communication strategies
    The power of nonverbal communication
    Reading body language communication
    Managing conflict
    Assertiveness styles
    How to be assertive

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    Try it and see for yourself. If the course is not for you, you can get a full refund.




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    Joanna Rodriguez

    Psychologist and CBT Therapist

    About the Instructor

    Joanna is a Psychologist and CBT Therapist (HCPC and BABCP accredited). She has over 10 years of practical experience working within a variety of NHS and private settings. As a CBT therapist, Joanna works with people suffering from a variety of life stresses and mental health difficulties, including depression, panic, OCD, anxiety, phobias, PTSD, relationship difficulties, work related stress etc. As a Health Psychologist, Joanna also works with people experiencing long-term persistent pain and other chronic physical health conditions, using psychological approaches to offer more holistic condition management.

    About ​us

    MindOwl is a London-based startup which is dedicated to offering high quality online training in emotional intelligence. Our philosophy of education is different from the standard approach – we take a softer approach, focusing on how to better understand your own mind and emotions.

    We have carefully curated the best learning tools and latest insights from the realm of psychology to help you to improve your life and to help you live your life to the full without the restraint imposed by difficult feelings and emotional challenges.

    100% Satisfaction Guarantee!

    You are fully protected by our 100% Satisfaction-Guarantee. If you don't think you benefited from our workshop over the next 30 days, just let us know and we'll send you a prompt refund.

    What the experts say:

    “Emotional Intelligence is a way of recognising, understanding, and choosing how we think, feel, and act. It shapes our interactions with others and our understanding of ourselves. It defines how and what we learn; it allows us to set priorities; it determines the majority of our daily actions. Research suggests it is responsible for as much as 80% of the “success” in our lives.”



    “What really matters for success, character, happiness and life long achievements is a definite set of emotional skills – your EQ — not just purely cognitive abilities that are measured by conventional IQ tests.”


    Psychologist and Writer

    “In the last decade or so, science has discovered a tremendous amount about the role emotions play in our lives.  Researchers have found that even more than IQ, your emotional awareness and abilities to handle feelings will determine our success and happiness in all walks of life, including family relationships.” 




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      2 hours of video with a qualified Psychologist.
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      Be part of our brand new community of like-minded people wanting to improve their lives and relationships.
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      Workbook and Exercises that help you put theory into practice.
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      Have your questions answered by a qualified Psychologist in our Facebook Group.

    Start Your Free, No Risk, 30-Day Trial!

    Be part of our brand new community today




    or $59.00 (exchange rate may vary)

    You can watch the first lecture for free:

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    “Emotional competence is the single most important personal quality that each of us must develop and access to experience a breakthrough.  Only through managing our emotions can we access our intellect and our technical competence. An emotionally competent person performs better under pressure.”  - Dave Lennick, Executive VP, American Express Financial Advisers

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