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Sensory Intelligence® and stress: When is too much too much?

By | May 20th, 2016|Categories: General Blog|

We are bombarded by information from our environment on a daily basis. The human brain reacts to this information in a particular way and on certain levels, depending on: * in-born neurological threshold * general [...]

Sensory Intelligence® – Why it matters more than EQ and IQ

By | May 20th, 2016|Categories: General Blog|

Well, then why does it matter more?  Read the book to get the full picture. In a nutshell: Sensory intelligence (SIQ) refers to the senses as the primitive, unconscious gateway through which emotion (EQ) and [...]

Our beloved vuvuzela – A Sensory Intelligence® perspective

By | May 20th, 2016|Categories: General Blog|

Our vuvuzela, the “African Horn” became a proudly South African icon during our momentous World Cup Soccer!  This piece of (mostly) plastic has done what many leaders, organisations, people, groups, institutions, legislation, and many others [...]

Seriously starting to blog

By | May 20th, 2016|Categories: General Blog|

I’ve crumbled under the social media frenzy and am starting to blog seriously.  I've written many things over the years, but we will now call it official "blogging". I am proudly Gen X and think [...]

Living in sensory overload

By | May 20th, 2016|Categories: General Blog|

We are surrounded by millions of sensory messages on a daily basis.  There is always so much to do in so little time.  Our schedules are crazy and we battle to filter through all the [...]

Five lessons Sensory Intelligence® taught me

By | May 20th, 2016|Categories: General Blog|

When I reflect on my sensory intelligence journey which started in 2002, I have learned so much, and would like to share that with you.  The following 5 lessons stand out for me as it [...]