Would you like to be part of creating a happier and more caring
society? If so please join our movement, add your pledge and take
action - at home, at school, at work or in your community. Together
we can make a difference
I will try to create more happiness and less unhappiness in the world around me
Already have an account
Or register to contribute
follow us on twitter & facebook
05 Jun 2015 | Robert Conrad
Although we are affected by our surroundings and by the
behaviour of others, we ultimately all have the ability to choose
how to respond. And to do this effectively, we need to develop our
By honing the skills to understand and manage emotions
effectively, we can greatly increase our quality of life, both at
home and at work. People with high Emotional Intelligence also tend
to cope better under pressure, acknowledge and learn from their
mistakes and take criticism well.
The infographic below, by the University of Maryland, explores why we react
the way we do and how improving our Emotional Intelligence can help
us gain more control of our lives.
Robert Conrad is a former manager with over 10 years of
experience, and a former "anger addict". He has since learned to
manage his emotions, and uses these experiences to mentor at-risk
Action for Happiness
tuesday 17 jan 11:19am
tuesday 17 jan 8:51am
tuesday 17 jan 8:50am
I lead a local history walk so people can get to know their town nulla facilisi. Curabitur enim lacus, gravida nec, varius nec, blandit id, libero. Morbi orci velit, porttitor sed, imperdiet ac, ullamcorper id, arcu. Etiam cursus diam eu null.
We just need a little bit of information about you before we can add this to ouractions for happiness.
We’ll be in touch soon to give you updates on how the movement is growing