With the opening of presale enrollment, Reno gives students the opportunity to leverage science to reach their definition of success.
Details about Inner Mastery, the eight-week course set to officially launch in September can be found at https://www.drakereno.com/emotional-intelligence.
Reno explains that most people run on autopilot, which limits them from reaching their true potential.
Inner Mastery breaks down these years of mental conditioning using emotional intelligence (EQ). In particular, Reno uses the EQ-i 2.0 model, which is the first scientifically validated tool for EQ. The model has been rigorously tested and validated to be a reliable paradigm for success.
Such is its usefulness in shaping personal development that the model is now included in the Nineteenth Buros Mental Measurement Yearbook, an expert in assessment-related endeavors.
Several more reviews from prestigious institutions have found that the EQ-i 2.0 can be used to strengthen professional careers while building personal happiness. A Harvard Medical School review called the model the single largest component for wellbeing and performance.
The new emotional intelligence course by Reno teaches students how to break unproductive habits and become fully present in their lives. The goal is to turn off autopilot in order to enjoy a deep sense of fulfillment while maximizing productivity and reaching personal and professional goals. Reno discusses the little-known limiting beliefs that prevent a person from living their best lives.
The EQ-i 2.0 uses five composite scales to measure emotional and social functioning. Each scale is further broken down into scored sub-scales that offer a unique insight into the developmental potential of each student.
The course may also be used for executive coaching.
A previous student of Reno’s EQ program writes, “My division of 200+ financial institutions had a sales increase of 167% …DURING the Covid crisis.”
Interested parties can find more information about the scientific validity of emotional intelligence in case studies..
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