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Episode: The Emotion Roadmap with Chuck Wolfe
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Show: The Emotion Roadmap with Chuck Wolfe
This show is based on the practical application of the science of emotional intelligence. Chuck is on the 1st, 2nd and 4th Wednesday from 12 to 1 PM. Call in with your questions about work or personal situations where you are feeling challenged and uncertain. Chuck helps you and others learn how to use the Emotion Roadmap to become more intelligent about handling your own emotions and your emotional relationships with others.
The Emotion Roadmap talk show will feature updates about the field of emotional intelligence, occasional guest speakers, and lots of suggestions for how to “Take the Wheel and Control How You Feel!”
· Call with your questions to see how the Emotion Roadmap can help you "take the wheel and control how you feel."
While Chuck has a strong experience base and excellent education he is very approachable and sincerely welcomes all callers and does his best to be helpful.
When strong emotions cause people to delay action and decision making Chuck hels by introducing listeners to his Emotion Roadmap. His Emotion Roadmap was conceived as a result of a strategic alliance with the pioneers of emotional intelligence, Drs. Peter Salovey, President of Yale, Jack Mayer, psychologist at the University of New Hampshire, and David Caruso, also affiliated with Yale. This group sought Chuck's assistance in 1999 when they asked him to develop ways to make their scientific discovery useful to people at work. Along the way Chuck found that the tools he developed were just as helpful to people at home.
When a listener calls and learns how to improve a relationship, or increase their ability to manage their own emotions, hopefully everybody listening is learning. Chuck is very genuine, concerned about others, and based on callers experience, he is very helpful! Here is a comment from Chuck: "I enjoy making a meaningful positive difference in people's lives. When a caller calls to speak to me, and I can help that caller move from feelings such as confusion, anxious, hopeless or insecure to feelings like clear, secure, hopeful and confident, I personally feel joyful and excited for the person. At times applying the Emotion Roadmap seems magical. People who have been stuck for a very long time, in a few short minutes, often feel much more confident and hopeful about a very challenging situation. I am thankful that WPKN provides this opportunity for me to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. Hope you listen in and find it valuable!"