Emotional intelligence is one of the most important skills to master.

But information doesn’t equal transformation.

The secret sauce in emotional intelligence comes when we learn to exert control over our emotions instead of letting them run roughshod over everything else.

That’s emotional regulation.

So how can you learn to regulate your anxiety and sadness, so you can feel calm and even happy even when you’re holding grief simultaneously?

On this episode of The Leadership Formula, I walk you through the magic of using the Enneagram to catapult past emotional intelligence and into emotional regulation.

Hard things happen, life is always moving and changing, and there is always something to let go of and grieve. Listen in to learn how understanding the core motive and the core fear of your Enneagram type can help you manage (and feel) your emotions in an efficient, effective, and healthy way.

Do you want to grow deeper in your understanding of emotional intelligence and regulation to experience the full beauty of your very multifaceted and complex life? I’d love to work with you in an Enneagram Kickstart Session or I have a few spots open for 1:1 coaching, apply here.  

What You Will Learn

Why Enneagram 3s,7s, and 8s tend to move through emotions without processing them

Why the emotional processing of Enneagram 4s, 5s, and 9s can leave others feeling abandoned

How Enneagram 1s, 2s, and 6s tend to defer or control their emotional response

How bypassing your emotions leaves emotional, physical, and financial wreckage

Why it’s important not just to feel ALL emotions but also to accept all emotions you feel

How understanding the core motive and the core fear of your Enneagram type can help you keep the main thing the MAIN THING

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