Group Demonstration

“It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.”

-Leonardo da Vinci-

Today’s demonstrated themes were Passionate and Fervid! We discussed many aspects of emotions. Including, but not limited to, levels of intensity, duration of application, and sense of urgency.

This Siberian tiger was left to wander without a habitat. Fortunately, a man Passionate about species conservation created a petition to help enact a law to keep the living grounds inside that of which still remained available for the Siberian tiger and her cubs. The full stories, contexts, and exercises for Passionate and Fervid can become found inside the book.

One of many goals is to inspire children and youth to begin using emotions as resources to create a better world. In addition to being a platform for creativity, confidence, problem solving, perseverance, and focus, this curriculum promotes animal species identification and environmental conservation. Topics of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) integrate and enrich the story themes and exercises.

Metaphorically, if one’s mind was a computer web browser, emotions are the input inside the hypertext markup language (HTML) creating the webpage for one’s thoughts to attribute meaning to.

Thank you for participating in the bi-weekly pre-release of The Emotional Advantage (First Edition) Volume Two (All Ages)! Learn more inside!

Copyright © 2019 The Emotional Advantage by Cynthia Tosh. All rights reserved.

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