Emotional Audit: A Powerful Coaching Tool to Help Clients  Regulate Emotions

Tony Robbins Says

“One of the best ways to enrich your life is to expand your emotional range.”  

Amygdala Hijack

The amygdala is the emotional part of the brain.

It regulates the ‘fight or flight’ response and works on hairline triggers, making us react instinctively and at times, irrationally. 

How to Prevent It?  

The Emotional Audit tool, one can make use of strategic questions that help change the focus for a person who is emotionally charged up or about to be ‘hijacked’.

How Does It Work?

This self-administered tool helps refocus the attention away from the amygdala and engage other functions of the brain that help one gain more cognitive control. 

Administering the Tool

The Emotional Audit consists of 5 questions that need to be answered sequentially.

Doing so activates different parts of the brain in an order that helps the individual. 

Questions to Ask

What am I thinking?

What am I feeling?

What do I want to do now?

How am I getting in my own way? 

How am I getting in my own way?

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