Category Archives: noble goals

26 – What’s Wrong With Leadership Development



True leadership development programs are just opening up a door for their participants.  We talk with Perry Maughmer, Chair for Vistage International in Central Ohio, about his role in developing leaders – or how he dissuades many from taking on this role. In each episode, Jeff and Eric will talk about what emotional intelligence, or … Continue reading 26 – What’s Wrong With Leadership Development


What’s Wrong With Leadership Development – Preview



In our next episode we talk with Perry Maughmer, Chair for Vistage International in Central Ohio, about his role in developing leaders – or how he dissuades many from taking on this role. In each episode, Jeff and Eric will talk about what emotional intelligence, or understanding your emotions, can do for you in your … Continue reading What’s Wrong With Leadership Development – Preview


21 – Refining Your Noble Goal



Refining your purpose, or your noble goal. Another way to look at your purpose is two words that we use in the Six Second model emotional intelligence called Noble Goal. A Noble Goal is what defines who you are. It’s a goal that is not achievable. It’s not a goal, like I want to be … Continue reading 21 – Refining Your Noble Goal


8 – Pursuing Noble Goals



What is a noble goal? “Connecting your daily choices with your overarching sense of purpose.” Your sense of purpose becomes your noble goal. Your true sense of purpose is your noble goal. And learn why it’s something that you’ll never achieve in your lifetime. In this episode of The Spirit of EQ, Jeff and Eric … Continue reading 8 – Pursuing Noble Goals