November 04, 2015

POP028: Uncovering Your Emotional Intelligence With Alexander Hamilton Dunlop


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Alexandar-Dunlop-HamiltonAlexander Hamilton Dunlop just might be our most enlightened guest. As a strategic advisor, teacher, and founder of the Global Center of Spiritual Nutrition, Alexander helps people discover their character, find inner clarity, and uncover their own unique way of making decisions. Today he discusses why emotional intelligence is the essence of everything, and how to use it to leverage our strengths, remove self-doubt, and to avoid making poor decisions based on our weaknesses.


In this episode, we’ll cover:

  • Why emotional intelligence is the center of all decision making.
  • His incredible, mathematical system utilizing a deck of cards.
  • How to break through mental barriers, discover your strengths, and act with boldness.
  • A fascinating, impromptu session with co-host Scott Margolin.
  • How emotional intelligence makes you an effective and successful entrepreneur.

Alexander Hamilton Dunlop is a Strategic Advisor, Guide and Teacher of Life who brings more than 20 years of professional coaching and consulting experience to his position as Founder and Director of the Global Center of Spiritual Nutrition. A charismatic speaker and workshop leader who provides life-changing counsel to clients located on six continents, Alexander is acknowledged as the world’s leading expert on the spiritual tool known as the Book of Life.

Alexander has been featured in Forbes Magazine, and has been interviewed by numerous media including A Better World TV and is the author of 123 IB, a full-length book of spiritual photography and poetry. He is a certified teacher of yoga and a Board-Certified Holistic Health Practitioner. He holds a Master’s degree in Roman Catholic Theology from Weston Jesuit Theological Seminary and a Bachelor’s degree in Social Studies from Harvard University.


Questions from the show:

“As a software engineer, most of my ideas/solutions are web based. I have a difficult time monetizing an idea because it isn’t tangible. What are some ways to do this? I’ve thought of a subscription model or a pay-per-use model, but if the user doesn’t have a reason to use my idea/solution often, these models may not make sense.”

—Spencer Wright

“I’m bad at time management. I get distracted easily, which probably means I’m not as productive as I’d like to be. As an entrepreneur, this is bad. Is this a common obstacle among business owners? Are there any daily rituals that could be helpful.”

—Craig Stewart


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