Want to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence in 30 Days Virtually?

Engage in virtual coaching with Dan Newby, a best-selling author and emotional intelligence coach with 8500 hours of coaching experience working with clients globally.

You can't improve your emotional intelligence by just learning “about" emotions. You also need practice, and we can help you with it.

You don't become more emotionally intelligent simply by reading a book on emotional intelligence. Building emotional literacy is analogous to learning to play piano in which you must practice in addition to learning music theory. If you want to elevate your emotional intelligence, you need to engage in “immersive learning” which means you have to experience your emotions, reflect on them, and enhance your relationship with them.

Strengthening emotions is like building muscles, daily practice is the path to positive impact.

Most of us learned emotions from our parents, families, or teachers, but what if these role models were not emotionally knowledgeable? This program offers an amazing possibility to grow your understanding of your emotions, the emotions of your family and friends, and ways to better respond to events rather than merely reacting to them.

The good news about learning emotionally is that you are always “in the laboratory.” Every moment of each day, you experience a steady flow of emotions. At any moment, you can stop to reflect on the emotion you are in, or one you just experienced. You can think ahead to your next interaction and decide which emotion or emotions will be most helpful. You can observe those around you and be curious about the connection between what they say, what they do, and the emotions they are experiencing. There is a never-ending supply of raw material.

The first step in emotional learning is the ability to name the emotion we are experiencing. Day-to-day, most people only name 15 to 20 emotions. Although there is no universal list of emotions, there are probably around 250. Simple math tells us that we are using less than 10% of our emotional potential. Studies show that learning to name our emotions isn’t just memorization. When we put a name to the emotion we feel, it changes our relationship with it. We all know the relief we feel by simply saying out loud that we are angry. Naming an emotion changes the power it has and allows us to work with it more effectively.

This program will help you understand emotions, how they work, and how to use them as a tool. Our method is a safe, non-threatening way to accelerate the integration of emotions into your life. In our work, emotional context is synonymous with mood. There are as many moods as emotions and generating a mood that will support creating your ideal life is an essential element in emotional intelligence. Once your mood becomes habitual, it will influence your daily choices and activities in the direction you want.

You can't make use of your emotional intelligence without mastering its four components.

Intellectual intelligence is our capacity to understand and process information and logic. Similarly, emotional intelligence is our capacity to understand and work with our emotions effectively. However, if you want to take advantage of your emotional capacity, it is essential to master the four components of emotional intelligence as listed below.


Become Fluent in Noticing and Naming Emotions

  • Become familiar with 65 emotions and gain access to more than 250.
  • Learn how to distinguish similar emotions and understand their unique messages.

Advance Your Career Even During Challenging Times

  • Effortlessly shift the emotions that act as barriers to your career growth.
  • Shift from a traditional linear career path to a more agile career path.

Become More Empowered by Taking Ownership of Your Emotions

  • Stop blaming others for your emotional challenges by taking ownership of them.
  • Keep yourself motivated in your life without depending on external sources.

Navigate Stress and Bounce Back from Adversities

  • Integrate emotional wellness into your physical and intellectual wellness regimes.
  • Develop the ability to navigate failures and maintain a growth mindset.

Begin Your Emotional Learning Journey Today!

Building emotional intelligence is a continuous life-long process. However, we have designed the toolkit for you to fast-track your learning by practicing for just 30 days. This would be a great start for your learning, and you can choose to advance to the next level at your own pace. We will support you throughout your learning journey.

Our virtual microlearning environment and the monthly live calls are great opportunities for you to reflect and cultivate new habits collaboratively. This program will teach you how to deconstruct emotions, understand their messages, make choices, and respond to situations more effectively. This program includes micro-learning modules presented daily. Once you understand the models that have been introduced, you will begin to listen to your emotions and observe people around you from the perspective of emotions. You will understand why some people act in ways that do not make sense to you and be able to respond to them in ways that support your personal or professional goals. You will share your progress and weekly learning experiences with your coach and receive feedback.

We Want to Ensure That You Have All the Tools You Need to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence!


250 Emotions and Their Meaning



30 Days to Emotional Literacy



Emotions in Real-World Situations


We Also Have Virtual Live 1-ON-1 Coaching Programs for Deeper Learning in Emotional Intelligence

About Dan Newby, PCC

Dan Newby is a long-time coach, teacher and the author of 4 books on emotional literacy, co-creator of Emoli™ Emotion Flash Cards, teaches online courses, and delivers masterclasses worldwide. He has more than 8500 hours of coaching experience and has taught emotional intelligence to thousands of people globally.

Dan was a Senior Course Leader for Newfield Network for eight years. In those years he led coach training programs in the U.S., Amsterdam and at the University of Calgary. He has worked with several school systems in the U.S., global commercial enterprises and NGOs.

Dan’s passion for elevating emotional literacy fuels his writing, teaching, and development of games to help people learn the value of emotions and the many ways they enrich our lives. His quest for emotional skills development combined with his work as an ontological coach and CEO of one of the premium coaching schools globally helped him move deeper into this territory of learning and become the teacher he is today.

Dan was born in the U.S. and has lived in Africa, the Middle East and Europe.

"Dan takes to the next level what Daniel Goleman started with EQ. A must for everyone who want to tap into emotions as fuel for action."

Mirko Kobiéla
Ex-HR Director, Adidas Group, Germany 

Our satisfied students

Elisa Canova


Dan is an incredible teacher

Dan is an incredible teacher who offers an amazing opportunity for learning and growth, personally and professionally.

Rafael García Monroy


My search for a practical learning program

As a parent, this program has put an end to my long search of a practical and experiential path to developing emotional intelligence.

Genny Mancusi

New Zealand

A must for parents

I have enjoyed every single lessons and loved the fact that this approach is in line with my current focus on emotional intelligence.

Hear What Sheila Pyne From Canada Says About This Program

"I find the more I can name and understand emotions and the way emotions serve us, the easier it is to navigate them. I appreciated how in the program Dan gives specific examples that are very relevant to every situation.

I cannot say enough for the ongoing learning and insights the emotional growth program has given me and how it has increased my ability to understand children, family, and friends. Every day I become more aware of my own emotions, where I feel them in my body, and increase my ability to name the emotions others are experiencing."

Our 3-Step Immersive Learning Process


Step 1: Understanding Emotions

Improving your emotional intelligence begins with noticing, naming, and normalizing your emotions. In this program, you will gain a thorough understanding of emotions and how they work. You will learn to deconstruct 65 emotions and see their patterns in your interactions with others. Upon completion, you will have the distinctions to identify your emotional barriers and shift your emotions when needed.


Step 2: Reflecting Emotions

We have designed a 30-day learning path with daily activities for reflection and practice. There are weekly goals, you will share your progress with your coach and get his feedback. You will identify your strengths and areas for improvement. In this program, you are responsible for your learning, while we facilitate the process following the International Coach Federation's ethical standards.


Step 3: Articulating Emotions

One of the ways we can expand our emotional competence is by articulating our emotions. When trying to solve our problems, we seldom talk about the emotions underlying those problems. Most times, we judge emotions as positive or negative or deny the fact that we even have emotions. This program offers a safe and open environment for you to express and talk about your emotions without reservations.

We just don't teach you emotions. We will coach you virtually and help you put your EQ into practice.

Whether you want to improve your emotional intelligence for professional or personal reasons, this program can help you. Our students represent people from all walks of life, including those working for small, medium, and large enterprises, entrepreneurs, leaders, coaches, trainers, parents, homemakers, and artists.

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Let's together improve your emotional intelligence.

"Twenty years ago, when I started my coaching career, I was emotionally ignorant. One of the biggest A-ha moments in my life was the realization of how little I understood emotions, my own included. From then on, I started looking for ways to enhance my emotional skills. Failing to find a practical method I committed myself to create one. My vision is a world where all humans are emotionally literate."