About Stephanie Vermeulen

Steph incorporates new scientific findings into her practical seminars on Personal Intelligence (EQ + IQ). She is the author of Personal Intelligence: Future Fit Now (2015), EQ: Emotional Intelligence for Everyone (1999) and Kill the Princess: Why Women Still Aren’t Free from the Quest for a Fairytale Life (2007).  Steph is also a life coach and was one of the first practitioners to introduce the practical application of EQ into her seminars in 1996. She has audiences in Europe, India, the Middle East, Southern African region and the USA.

BusinessDay TV Masterclass

 BusinessDay TV Masterclass on emotional intelligence: Steph discusses how scientific findings have advanced the field of EQ to Personal Intelligence (EQ+IQ) and how we can manage emotions so that we can think clearly. BusinessDay TV Masterclass on breaking bad habits: Steph discusses how behaviour [...]

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SAfm Podcast – Interview on Shado Twala’s programme “Otherwise”

Steph discusses why Mind Power techniques like visionboards, visualisation and prosperity-theology don’t work and reveals why we achieve less if you we use these and other forms of magical thinking.  

By | 2016-05-06T07:08:59+00:00 May 5th, 2016|In the News|0 Comments

BusinessDay TV: The Big Small Business Show

PART 1: Steph talks about how entrepreneurs can benefit from developing a healthy level of Personal Intelligence especially when it comes to building resilience and negotiating deals. PART 2: Steph shows why mind power techniques are a waste of time and how the emphasis on self-esteem is producing narcissists who [...]

By | 2017-08-04T09:55:21+00:00 May 6th, 2016|In the News|0 Comments

Are we all born Liars? Featured in Health Intelligence Mag (Sept/Oct)

Writer: Steph Vermeulen   Neuroscientists confirm that Shakespeare was right: all the world is a stage, and it appears that we’re all hard-wired to play make believe.   A popular social media post reads; ‘I wish your life was as dazzling as it appears on Facebook’. It neatly captures the ‘inconvenient truth’ revealed in Ian Leslie’s [...]

By | 2017-08-04T08:36:41+00:00 October 9th, 2015|EQ Blog|1 Comment