How Do We Raise Emotionally Intelligent Human Beings? w/Alyssa Blask Campbell

It can be daunting trying to balance being an entrepreneur and a mom, especially when our kids are younger and need us around most of the time.

Our kids need to be able to relate to other children, recognize and understand their own emotions, but also empathize with others.

What tools can we use to raise emotionally intelligent humans? How do we make sure we show up for them?

In today’s episode, CEO of Seed and Sew, Alyssa Blask Campbell shares insight on the 5 components of emotional intelligence, how to build it and how early it can be fostered in our kids.

As human beings, we are all striving towards connection

Alyssa Blask Campbell

3 Things You’ll Learn in This Episode

  • How to implement parenting strategies
    How do we effectively apply parenting strategies?
  • Understanding different personality types
    No two children are the same so it’s only fair that we parent them accordingly. How do we parent different personality types, especially when our kids are our own polar opposites?
  • The importance of collaborative decision making
    Why is it so crucial that we include our kids in decision making processes? How does this help them when it comes to contributing their own ideas?


Guest Bio

Alyssa Blask Campbell is the founder and CEO of Seed & Sew, an organization committed to giving parents, teachers and caregivers the tools to raise emotionally intelligent humans. An emotional development expert with a master’s degree in early education, Alyssa co-created the Collaborative Emotion Processing (CEP) method and researched it across the United States.

For more information, visit her Website  or follow her on Instagram @seed.and.sew.


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