Set the “Know Yourself” goal: Emotional intelligence is the blend of your feeling and thinking and using this insight to guide your thoughts and actions. For you to set emotional based goals, you need to study, understand, assess and take the Self Assessment/Personality Test to know who you are and how you act.
I will be able to identify my feelings when asked. I will show compassion. I will do this by listening to others, saying kind words, and helping others. I will manage my strong feelings (anger, frustration, etc.).
Goal 1 – Develop self-awareness and self-management skills to achieve school and life success. Goal 2 – Use social-awareness and interpersonal skills to establish and maintain positive relationships. Goal 3 – Demonstrate decision-making skills and responsible behaviors in personal, school, and community contexts.
Emotional health is about how we think and feel. It is about our sense of wellbeing, our ability to cope with life events and how we acknowledge our own emotions as well as those of others. It doesn’t mean being happy all of the time.
An example of a specific goal to help you meet this objective is: “I will lose 10 pounds in two months BY running on a treadmill for half an hour six days a week.”
Kindness, loyalty, and understanding (not looks, status, and excitement). When people are asked to list the most important qualities in a potential partner, kindness, physical attractiveness, an exciting personality, and income/earning potential tend to top the list.
Positive vs. Negative Emotions
Think of happiness, joy, interest, curiosity, excitement, gratitude, love, and contentment. These positive emotions feel good. Negative emotions — like sadness, anger, loneliness, jealousy, self-criticism, fear, or rejection — can be difficult, even painful at times.
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