ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: 6 Steps to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence | Ramona Hacker | TEDxTUM

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: 6 Steps to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence | Ramona Hacker | TEDxTUM

Here’s Great Tip: 6 Steps to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence | Ramona Hacker | TEDxTUM


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Sometimes emotions don’t make sense, and sometimes being emotional doesn’t mean you’re emotionally intelligent. Growing up, rationality often came before emotions for Ramona, but as she grew older and realized that she had never actively learned how to deal with her emotions and that she wasn’t the only one who lacked this skill, she knew she had to change something. In her talk, Ramona guides us through her experiences and shows us 6 steps to become more emotionally intelligent. Ramona Hacker has a degree in English and American Studies and is currently pursuing a Masters in World Heritage Studies. Through several personal experiences as well as her volunteer experience at a local soccer club and for the student organization AIESEC, she started thinking about the topic of emotional intelligence and how it affects everyone’s lives and the way we deal with our problems. She will share research from the field as well as personal stories with the TEDxTUM audience. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

28 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: 6 Steps to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence | Ramona Hacker | TEDxTUM”

  1. Last time when I saw this video I wasn't sure what she was talking.. By lately after questioning myself I never coped well when there was a big transition in life, I wrecked my life during those time without acknowledging why I feel the way I feel and didn't know how to handle my emotions.. This video helped me show some insights on what was wrong with me and how to handle it.. I'm 25 and wish I had known this earlier nevertheless It's never too late to learn anything.. Im atleast glad that I know now and now I can create awareness amongst my peers!

  2. We've throwing aside thousands of years of intellectual and spiritual framework because we see it as restrictive or unrelated to our modern lives.  Yet, we re-label it as 'emotional intelligence' and it becomes acceptable.  This is about Faith … failth to be confident in yourself by being confident in a greater purpose.  It's not new … is just a modernized package of how to's and who to's … I'm not discounting the message, just reminding you this 'intelligence' has been around for a long time … 🙂

  3. I think that when Mr. Rogers Neighborhood was on the air It allowed children to identify those emotions socially through the interactions with everyone in the neighborhood. I am grateful for that show to act as a basis for my development.

  4. 1. Acknowledge emotions as something valuable, express and talk about them erase the taboo
    2. Differentiate and analyse the emotion
    3. Accept and appreciate those emotions write down your emotions
    -Reflect on your emotions and how to handle them
    -Handle your emotions
    -Write down your emotions to put distance between you and your emotions
    -Talk to your friends to see how they handle their emotions
    -Learn how to handle the emotions of others
    -Ask them how they help them selves with their emotions and how you can help them with their emotions
    -Educate the next generation to accept and appreciate and express their emotions on case studies

  5. #1: Acknowledge Emotions
    #2: Differentiate and Analyze Emotions
    #3: Accept and Appreciate Emotions
    #4: Reflect on your Emotions and Their Origin
    #5: Handle your Emotions
    #6: Handle the Emotions of Others

  6. I don't think "emotional intelligence" is the best way to describe this skill. Maybe "emotional awareness skills" or "emotional self-actualization" would be better terms for it? Because it's more about people recognizing and clarifying their own thought processes rather than a rote accumulation and exposition of knowledge.

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