Category: Resources for Emotional Balance

Emotional Intelligence

10 Valuable Reasons to Practice Feeling Happy

You might not think a case would need to be made for feeling happy. Yet, all you need to do is stop and listen – unhappiness is everywhere. Everyday coworkers gripe about the “pain-in-the-butt customer” or their coworker who is

Emotional Intelligence

Handling Conflict When Tensions Are High

This is an excerpt of an interview Cheryl did with Corine Wofford of Be The Difference Brigade. Corine asked Cheryl for her insights into how to handle conflict in personal relationships. Corine: What are your top 3 tips for Handling

Resources for Emotional Balance

Don’t Take Away My Wine!

In December, after months of feeling sluggish, brain-fogged, and over my ideal weight, my doctor suggested I try an anti-inflammatory diet. Not knowing what that meant, I asked what was involved? The doctor handed me a sheet of paper filled

Emotional Intelligence

Survey Says…Young Adults are Stressed

Yes, I know, Captain Obvious! It’s no surprise that in a recent emotions survey the most frequently experienced emotion was stress. What you may find more interesting is that 66% of young adults between the ages of 17-22 listed stress

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Emotional Resiliency is A Learned and Earned Life Skill

When Pinot, my 13-year-old Shih Tzu, passed away this time last year, I was devastated and emotionally fragile. After about two months of grieving, I summoned my best friend, Google, and began to look at puppies. I’m not at all


It’s Been a Privilege To work With These People

"I truly enjoyed our BEK-Houston Leadership Retreat. Your presentation was on point and your moderating skills were awesome. Everyone in the room felt comfortable enough to speak!"

Lydia Villarreal PTMA Supervisor

"I truly enjoyed our company retreat with you. Your presentation was on-point and your moderation skills are awesome. Everyone felt comfortable enough to speak!"

GM, Food Distributorship

"Cheryl Jones does more than just speak to the audience, she engaged us.  From the start, she put us at as ease and made the work we were doing fun and interactive. Thanks." 

Women's Conference Participant

"I just wanted to say thank you for coming to our college and giving us such a valuable speech. I'm sure I will always remember the 5 important points you told us to be able to succeed."

Quager Durig
Break the Pattern!

Emotional Self Mastery

You can choose your emotions. You can stop feeling put-upon, taken advantage of, and overwhelmed. You no longer need to feel victimized, or experience anxiety or anger. You don’t have to experience feeling unworthy, unsupported, fearful, or frustrated. Instead, you can choose to experience excitement, enthusiasm, hopefulness, love, and abundance.