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that part of the consciousness that involves feeling and the capacity to detect and respond to sensory stimuli

Emotion

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the totality of surrounding things, conditions, or influences

Environment

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extra-rational internal sensation not connected with sight, hearing, taste, smell, or what is classically correlated to touch

Feeling

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the capacity in our lives that enables us to experience feelings and sensibility.

emotional strengths domain

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refers to our responsiveness toward other things or persons, such as the feelings of another person or changes in the environment

Sensibility

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Who was a psychologist at the University of New Hampshire?

John Mayer

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Who was a psychologist at Yale University (currently Dean of Yale College)?

Peter Salovey

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Who was essential in systematizing the study of emotional intelligence and developing a credible tool for measuring it?

David Caruso

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Who was a journalist specializing in the area of the brain and psychology, worked from the writings of Mayer and Salovey to popularize the concept of emotional intelligence in his international bestseller, Emotional Intelligence?

Daniel Goleman

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Are feelings intrapersonal or interpersonal, and explain what it means.

Feelings are intrapersonal, dealing with ones own emotions

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Feelings:
Intrapersonal
1. _____ ___________: you recognize 
A. Your own __________ 
B. How they affect _________ & __________ 
You know 
A. __________ and ___________ 
You have self confidence 

1. Self Awareness
Emotions
Thoughts & behavior
Strengths & weaknesses

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Feelings:
Intrapersonal
1. Self awareness: ____ __________ 
A. Your own emotions 
B. How they affect thoughts & behavior 
You ______
A. Strengths and weaknesses 
You have _____ __________

You recognize
Know
Self confidence

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Feelings
Intrapersonal
2. Your ____ ____________: ability to lead yourself 
A. Ability to control _________ and _________ 
B. Manage _________ in _______ ways 
1. Taking initiative 
2. Follow through on commitments 
3. Adapt to changing circumstances

Self management
Impulses & feelings
Emotions & healthy

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2. Your self management: ability to lead yourself 
A. Ability to control impulse and feelings 
B. Manage emotions in healthy ways 
1. __________________
2. _____________________
3. _____________________

1. Taking initiative 
2. Follow through on commitments 
3. Adapt to changing circumstances 

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Are sensibilities interpersonal or intrapersonal, and explain what that is.

Interpersonal- dealing with others 

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Sensibilities 
Interpersonal- dealing with others 
1. Social awareness 
A. You understand 
_________ 
_______
_________
B. You pick up on emotional queues 
C. Feel comfortable socially 
D. Recognize group power dynamics 

Emotions
Needs
Concerns

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Sensibilities 
Interpersonal
1. _______ ___________ 
A. You _____________
Emotions 
Needs 
Concerns 
B. You pick up on __________ _______ 
C. Feel comfortable ________ 
D. Recognize _______ ________ _________ 

1. Social Awareness
Understand
Emotional queues
Socially
Group power dynamics

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Sensibilities 
Interpersonal
2. ____________ _____________ 
A. You know how to develop and maintain good relationships 
B. Communicate clearly 
C. Inspire and influence others 
D. Work well on a team 
E. Manage conflict (seek unity and peace in any given situation) 

Relationship Management

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Sensibilities
Interpersonal
2. Relationship management 
A. You know how to _________ and __________ good _____________ 
B. ____________ clearly 
C. ________ and __________ others 
D. Work well on a ______ 
E. __________ ________ (seek unity and peace in any given situation) 

Develop/ maintain/ relationships
Communicate
Inspire/influence
Team
Manage/conflict

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Emotional intelligent people will NOT do:
 

1. Won't compare themselves 
2. Won't forget ( when you learn something, you won't put yourself in another bad situation again) 
3. Won't die in a fight (not going to ruin a relationship over something that doesn't matter) 
4. Won't prioritize perfection 
5. Won't live in the past 
6. Won't dwell on problems 
7. Won't hang around the negative people 
8. Won't hold grudges 
9. Won't say yes unless they really want to

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The basis for emotional intelligence is made up of four skills or strengths:
1. Identify and Express Emotions.
2. Use or generate emotions
3. Understand Emotions
4. Manage Emotions  

1. Identify and Express Emotions.
2. Use or generate emotions
3. Understand Emotions
4. Manage Emotions

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1. Identifying and expressing emotions
This is the fundamental ability to recognize feelings and emotions by:
A.
B.
C.
D.

 (a) being aware of emotional clues in yourself and in people around you,
(b) being able to discern between different types of emotion, 
(c) being able to identify the level of intensity to which the emotion is present, 
(d) being able to identify what these emotional clues mean.

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 This is the ability to know which emotions or moods are best for different situations and to get yourself into the “right mood.”

2. Use or generate emotions

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 This is the ability to recognize and grasp emotional information. 

3. Understand Emotions

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This is the ability to regulate emotions in yourself and in other people. 

4. Manage Emotions

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Who said " people who are optimistic see failure as something that can be changed"?

Martin Seligman

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Martin Seligman's intrapersonal failure chart:
Optimistic-
Pessimistic-

Optimistic-opportunity to grow (the only place EI occurs)
Pessimistic-personal defect that cannot be corrected

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Martin Seligman's interpersonal failure chart:
Optimistic-
Pessimistic-

Optimistic-something that can be changed
Pessimistic-lay blame for the failure on conditions outside their control that can be changed

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What are the steps to emotional intelligence- how you learn?

1. Confidence 
2. Curiosity 
3. Intentionality 
4. Self-Control 
5. Relatedness (nothing is compartmentalized) 
6. Capacity to communicate 
7. Co-operative 

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What are your top three motivations?

1. Comforting
2. Exhorting
3. Helping

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What is your pilot motivation?

Comforting

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What is your distinctive pilot preference?

Unclear

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What are your proactive motivations?

Comforting/exhorting/Helping

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What are your reactive motivations?

Teaching / Managing / Proclaiming / Giving

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What is your primary pattern?

Proactive-Doublet primary pattern

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What does IMAGE stand for?

Intrinsic
Motivation
Assessment
Guide
Evaluation

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I·M·A·G·E was developed as an important part of the process to identify the strength of each of the seven motivations in an individual. These results can be used to enable people to:

1)better understand themselves
2) plan for their lives
3) improve relationship skills
4) identify roles with which they will be most comfortable when they are in group situations
5) evaluate career decisions
6) be used more effectively in community service.

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These are persons who have the inward motivation to publicly speak out from internal convictions concerning what is perceived as right and wrong.

Proclaiming

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These are persons who have the inward motivation to detect legitimate needs others have and to find practical ways to help provide for these needs.

Helping

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These are persons who have the inward motivation to carefully research truth and to clearly present it to the others in such a way that it will be easy to learn.

Teaching

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These are persons with the inward motivation to encourage others through counsel and to outline practical steps of actions others should take to overcome problems.

Exhorting

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These are persons with the inward motivation to provide for and support other worthwhile projects, and to wisely use and invest money to provide for such support.

Giving

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These are persons who have the inward motivation to organize and coordinate the activities and efforts of others and to set goals for them to meet in these activities and efforts.

Managing

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These are persons who have the inward motivation to identify with the emotions of others and to provide comfort to those who are in emotional distress.

Comforting

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What is the profile of comforting?

● You are able to feel an atmosphere of joy or distress in an individual or group.
● You are drawn to people who are in distress and have sympathy and understanding of such people.
● You have a strong desire to remove hurts and bring healing to others.
● You have a greater concern for mental distress than physical distress.
● You avoid firmness unless you see how it will benefit a situation.
● You are sensitive to words and actions which will hurt other people.
● You have a strong sense of the level of sincerity in other people.
● You enjoy fellowship and unity with those who are sensitive to the needs and feelings of others.
● You avoid fellowship with and close their spirits to those who are insincere and insensitive

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What are the cautions of comforting?

● Your avoidance of firmness may appear to be weakness and indecisiveness.
● Your sensitivity to the spirit and feelings of others may cause some to feel that they are guided by emotions
rather than logic.
● Your attraction and understanding of those in distress may be misinterpreted by those of the opposite sex.
● Your sensitivity to words and actions which cause hurts may appear to be taking up another's cause of
bitterness.
● Your avoidance of those with insincere motives may cause some to feel you are hard to get to know

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What are the warnings of comforting?

● You don't become proud of your ability to show mercy.
● You don't start to resent and revile persons who are not sensitive to the feelings and hurts of others.
● You don't begin to feel that others who do not share your spirit of mercy are not as good as you are.
● You don't completely fail to be firm when necessary.
● Your decisions are not totally guided by emotions rather than logic.
● Your strong feelings of mercy don't lead you to disregard issues of right and wrong.

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What is the profile of exhorting?

● You desire to visualize specific achievement and prescribe precise steps of action.
● You tend to avoid systems of information which lack practical application.
● You are able to help those going through trials to see how this can produce new levels of maturity.
● You carefully observe the reactions of those with whom you speak and are able to discern hidden or unspoken
thoughts.
● You are good at using insights from human experience to help to amplify your teachings.
● You enjoy working with those who are eager to follow steps of action.
● You dislike teaching that is not accompanied by practical steps of action.
● You enjoy personal conferences that result in new insights.
● You tend to concentrate on the positive potential in a troublesome situation rather than on the negative
consequences

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What are the cautions of Exhorting?

● Your emphasis on steps of action may appear to others as oversimplifying the problem.
● Your strong desire to give steps of action may appear as having too much confidence in them.
● Your use of illustrations in applying practical application of truth may appear to others to be taking it out of
context.
● Your strong emphasis on steps of action may seem like you don't care about the feelings of those being
counseled

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What are the warnings of exhorting?

● You don't boast of personal results.
● You don't become discouraged with lack of progress in others.
● You don't work at changing others for selfish reasons.
● You don't spend too much time with those who only want temporary relief.
● You don't trust in outward steps of action rather than inward life changing forces.
● The oversimplifying of situations doesn't lead you to overlook the root cause of a problem.
● Your dislike of impractical teaching doesn't lead you to dislike impractical people

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What is the profile of Helping?


● You are always on the lookout to find and meet practical needs.
● You are able to detect or recall specific details and needs in a situation.
● You have a strong desire to meet needs as quickly as possible.
● You have a physical stamina that keeps them fulfilling needs with disregard for weariness.
● You will use your own funds to avoid delays in meeting needs.
● When you complete a job you like to give extra service beyond what was expected.
● You are often involved in a variety of activities and have a hard time saying 'no' to any request for service.
● You concentrate more on immediate goals and tend to be frustrated with long-range goals.
● You are frustrated when time limits are placed on jobs you are doing

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What are the cautions of helping?

● Your desire to meet needs quickly may appear to be pushy.
● Your avoidance of red tape may result in excluding others from a job.
● Your eagerness to help may cause some to think you are only interested in self-advancement.
● The negative reaction you may develop toward others who do not join in service as readily as you do may appear
as unfriendliness.
● Your insistence on always helping may appear to be avoidance or rejection of being helped.
● You may be easily hurt when there is little appreciation for your service.
● Your emphasis on meeting practical needs may be judged as lack of interest in spiritual matters.
● Your stamina may be interpreted as a lack of desire to have others help you

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What are the warnings of helping?

● You don't become proud of your good deeds.
● You aren't pushy or premature in meeting the needs of others before they realize their needs.
● In your rush to meet others' needs, you don't sidetrack the directions from those in authority over you.
● You don't become bitter when your work is not recognized or appreciated.
● You don't overemphasize meeting practical needs to the neglect of basic needs in your own life.
● Your disregard for your own needs does not cause you to fail to meet the legitimate needs of your family.
● Your quickness in meeting needs may interfere with life lessons those who are in need may need to learn.
● Your concentration on short-range goals may result in disorganization from lack of long-range goals if you are in a leadership position

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What are your prominent traits?

● You have a greater concern for emotional distress rather than physical distress in others.
● When working with a group on some project, you usually are the one who first figures out what needs to be done.
● You tend to help others overcome their problems by encouraging them as you help them to overcome.

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What is ICCP?

I.M.A.G.E
Career
Compatibility
Profile

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Your Profession Categories Ranked Highest to Lowest.

1. Social
2. Health
3. Artistic
4. Technical
5. Service
6. Public
7. Financial

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Your Top 20 Occupations with Highest Motivational Potential for Success:


1 - speech therapist
2 - family counselor
3 - occupational therapist
4 - teach (vocational ed.)
5 - artist
6 - youth minister
7 - teach (art)
8 - teach (elementary)
9 - social worker
10 - teach (music)
11 - commercial artist
12 - photographer
13 - fashion designer 14 - dietitian
15 - physician assistant
16 - RN (personal care)
17 - environmental specialist
18 - composer
19 - musician
20 - singer

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Your Bottom 5 Occupations with Lowest Motivational Potential for Success:

156 - movie producer
157 - judge
158 - credit/loan manager
159 - accountant
160 - actor/actress