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What is Emotional Intelligence?  (One of the top 5 soft skills employers are looking for and successful entrepreneurs have)

-- It is the ability to manage your emotions and the emotions of others at home, school, work or any environment

This edition is specifically for athletes. Coaches will learn in depth how to motivate each individual player as well as how to help them improve in deficient areas.  Athletes and coaches will learn 3 things.  What kind of teammate or leader they are, can be, and will be as it relates to improvement and organization of the team.  It is imperative to develop a high level of team emotional intelligence in order to build cohesiveness and togetherness.   Athletes with high (EI) are more likely to lead and be great teammates which translates to achieving long-term team success.


EI helps athletes mature at an accelerated pace, have a better understanding and awareness of self and others. It also gives them enhanced reasoning capabilities to think before reacting which allows them to make more informed decisions.

There are 5 main components of emotional intelligence.  Self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skills.  Each component has it's on deep level of development and you can't just develop one component.   You must develop in each component in order to reach a high level of effective communication to build healthy, productive relationships with others.

My emotional intelligence assessment measures how athletes manage their own emotions and thought process as well as how they manage the emotions and thought process of their teammates in 29 different categories.  They will learn where they are now and discover their (AOI), areas of  improvement.

My assessment is not computer generated and does not ask questions and then give multiple choice answers to guide their thought process like other assessments do.  They will be able to write their answers out in detail after each question. This allows them to express their true thoughts and feelings to get a more accurate gauge of where they currently are as it relates to their level of emotional intelligence.

Emotional Intelligence helps them be calm under stress or emotional times, approachable, and empathetic.  They will learn to listen, process, and think before responding.  By taking this assessment they will develop a strong drive to improve and better themselves after getting to know what their true strengths and weaknesses are.  

They will be able to apply their new (EI) wisdom to the team around them to achieve the success they desire while accomplishing their goals.

Athletes Edition

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