Here is some good news for you!
What if you found out that all emotions have value, and none are inherently ‘good’ or ‘bad’?
How many times have you been told to quit being so negative and to think positively? In a moment when you felt sad everyone wanted you to “cheer up”. When you felt resentful or envious someone told you it was wrong and you “shouldn’t feel that way”.
The good news is that having those ‘negative’ feelings is perfectly fine and even healthy. Sound easier than trying to suppress or avoid them? The key to embracing all your emotions is understanding that they are trying to tell you something important and, in some way, to take care of you. Some may be uncomfortable but that doesn’t mean they are wrong.
We can’t avoid our emotions, so why not befriend them?
We are committed to helping you develop emotional wellness through learning and coaching. There are over 200 emotions, and each exists for a purpose. They are all valuable sources of information. Our approach is unique in that we do not exclude any emotions including anger, frustration, jealousy, and others typically perceived as bad or negative. We believe every emotion is a gift. Join us on a journey of self-discovery to discover all you’ve been missing.
Top 5 “Negative” Emotions and Why They are Essential for You.
Want to Improve Your Emotional Wellness? Try our OK to FEEL Method™ Today.
Many people struggle with emotions like anger or anxiety and try various methods to deal with them. Sometimes they choose avoidance, self-medication, or concentrating on motivation and while these all may give some temporary relief, they will probably not shift their relationship with emotions. Our OK to FEEL Method™ will help you identify and understand which emotions are not serving you and how to switch to emotions that generate satisfaction. We are not biased against any emotion just because it feels unpleasant or intense. Often, our clients are surprised when they realize that “positive” emotions such as loyalty, love or passion were at the root of their challenge, but they never considered the possibility. We invite you to take a non-judgmental approach and consider learning to navigate your emotions with the help of your intellect.
Join Our Coaching for Emotional Wellness using the OK to FEEL Method™
Some people say emotional wellness means to be happy or to live a stress-free life. We see it differently.
We believe emotional wellness is “having the emotional flexibility, strength, balance, and resources to engage fully in life.” It is analogous to physical wellness, which is more than the absence of disease. Strengthening emotions is like building muscles. They must be exercised and stretched daily. Just as everything we do impacts and is impacted by our physical conditions, all we do impacts and is impacted by our emotional condition.
How Can You Join this Program?
- Virtual 1-ON-1 Coaching
- Virtual Group Coaching
- Online Self-Learning
How Long is the Program?
Just like physical wellness programs, emotional wellness takes time because it involves developing awareness, building knowledge, expanding understanding, and regular practice. We have ongoing programs that you can continue as long as you want or 3-month and 6-month packages to help you meet specific goals or deal with specific challenges.
“This is just the way I am.”
I have my own beliefs and biases about emotions.
You are here now
“Emotions are my fuel for action.”
I see possibilities with this new interpretation of emotions.
You develop new awareness
“I want to be more emotionally resilient and agile.”
I am committed to unlearn old stories and relearn emotions.
You decide what you want
“I am building emotional strength.”
If I want different results, I need different practices
You will begin practicing
“Emotions are my friends.”
I understand and can name and navigate my emotions with ease.
You will be here
You will have the Opportunity to Work Personally with Dan Newby, PCC, a Leading Authority in the Domain of Emotions
- Author of 4 Books on Emotions
- 8500 Hours of Coaching Experience
- Trained Thousands of Coaches Globally
- The World Business & Executive Coaching Summit 2019 Speaker
- Professional Certified Coach by International Coach Federation
Dan Newby is a long-time coach and teacher working with coaches, leaders, and educators. He is the author of 4 books on emotional literacy, co-creator of Emoli™ Emotion Flash Cards, teaches online courses, and delivers masterclasses worldwide.
Dan was a Senior Course Leader for Newfield Network for eight years. In those years he led coach training programs in the U.S., Amsterdam and at the University of Calgary. He has worked with several school systems in the U.S., global commercial enterprises and NGOs. His individual clients live in all parts of the world and range from executive and senior leaders to front line managers. Twenty plus years as a business leader at all levels gives him insight into the challenges and needs of employees, managers, and leaders across the organization.
Dan’s passion for elevating emotional literacy fuels his writing, teaching, and development of games to help people learn the value of emotions and the many ways they enrich our lives. Dan was born in the U.S., has lived in Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. He currently lives near Barcelona, Spain.
Make Emotions Common Sense in Your Workplace
Integrate the Domain of Emotions into Your Wellness Programs
If you are committed to developing an emotional wellness program in your organization, we can help you. We offer a proactive, learning-based approach toward emotional health. Your employees will love our programs because they are not based on the idea that they have a “problem” to be fixed. We will help you normalize emotions and make them available as support tools for your organizational vision.
We see emotions as ‘the energy that moves us,’ which means that just having good intentions or a desire for emotional wellness won’t be sufficient to produce it. Employees will need to understand what emotions are, how to identify theirs, how to navigate them, and what practices will strengthen emotions as a competence.
Mirko Kobiela, Germany Jill Meaux, USA Kim Ebinger, USA Rafael García Monroy, Mexico Curtis Watkins, USA Elisa Canova, USA Reiner Lomb, USA Nicoa Dunne, USA Genny Mancusi, New Zealand
Mirko Kobiela, Germany
Jill Meaux, USA
Kim Ebinger, USA
Rafael García Monroy, Mexico
Curtis Watkins, USA
Elisa Canova, USA
Reiner Lomb, USA
Nicoa Dunne, USA
Genny Mancusi, New Zealand