Emotional Intelligence Tip of the Week
This week let's focus on letting it be...
Even with the world swirling around us, we should be conscious of the fact that we can find peace in ourselves by living in the moment, being kind, and, in the words of those great English Philosophers John Lennon and Paul McCartney, just trying to "let it be".
Let's try our best to not react to stimuli or triggers that occur in our lives: the negative news, traffic, comments by a co-worker, a difficult moment with a family member or significant other, etc. Just try to "let it be."
Recognize that it is usually our reaction that brings significance to these events or words, rather than the events or words themselves. By reacting, we are allowing these events or words to disrupt our peace.

"Be peaceful… be a lifelong learner…and lead a meaningful life by assisting others…"
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