Spiritual Quotient (SiQ)

Your key to becoming a Legend

Consciousness is the mere surface of our minds, of which, as of the earth, we do not know the inside, but only the crust.

Contrary to popular belief

Your Intellectual Quotient (IQ)

Emotional Quotient (EQ)

your Spiritual Quotient (SiQ)

More often than not, you can see the outcome of your actions, but find it difficult to identify the reasons that lead to those actions. This is where your SiQ plays a significant role. Your Spiritual Quotient or SiQ is not defined by your wisdom, understanding and approach in peaceful situations. Neither is it defined by the combined impact of your IQ and EQ levels.

Your SiQ levels will determine how well you can apply the strong beliefs of your value system and its concepts. So, the number of times you react in the same manner repeatedly during a conflict can also determine how much you need to work on your SiQ.

To see a world in a grain of sand, and heaven in a wild flower; hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.

What is SiQ?

SiQ is one of the five dimensions of health. There’s Physical, Social, Mental/Emotional, and Intellectual Health. Not many people dwell on the fifth most important dimension, which is Spiritual Health or Quotient.
Your Spiritual Quotient transcends and actualizes the different dimensions in you. It promotes human capacity and purpose to life, creating a balance in your internal abilities.

And this is wherein lies an ongoing internal conflict between your potential and the common habits that keep you from progressing.

Some of the common habits that leaders need cleansing from are:
When you tread on your leadership journey, you are inadvertently undergoing a habit-cleansing process. The habits that stagnate your progress will become the varied checkpoints of identifying, reviewing, and transforming into a refined leader. You will be transitioning from an earlier version of yourself into a newer, more improved version.
As you progress into a fine leader, this ‘newer’ version should ideally continue to evolve. However, this self-evolution will depend on how F.I.T. you are as a leader. The Higher your SiQ, the further you progress into becoming a legend.
Frequency defines the number of times you are able to implement your new habits in life. The higher the frequency, the higher your SiQ level.
The lower your frequency to apply new habits, the lower your SiQ level. More work needs to be done on your ability to practice new habits.
Intensitydefines the core foundational strength of your SiQ. How intensely can you hold on to your new habits and not slip back into old habits? If your core foundation is rock solid, your SiQ level will improve.
If the foundation you’ve set for implementing new habits is not as strong, then you are more likely to experience spiritual health but not to its full extent. It is here that your base where values and new habits are set need improvement.
Old habits die hard, which means you are likely to fall back. However, the more tenacity you apply to build on new and improved habits, the higher your SiQ levels. You are on the right track.
The lesser your tenacity, the lower your SiQ levels, which means you need to work on your time to rebound.

Allow Krescon Coaches to guide you through our Pinnacle Program where your SiQ levels will be analyzed and refined. This is a revolutionary program designed to transform you into an impactful savant leader where legends are born.

Transforming Leaders into Legends by enhancing SiQ levels

Thus, the task is not so much to see what no one yet has seen, but to think what nobody yet has thought about that which everybody sees.