TO LIVE WELL, WE MUST WORK ON OUR EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
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What is Emotional intelligence, and how it impacts our daily life?
So here are I am explaining plenty of definitions, as per my own experience and my belief, but yes I did research from others opinions and their thoughts and found common areas:
Emotional Intelligence is knowing what we are feeling and why we are feeling, which is a basis of good intuition, good decision making, and moral compass.
Daniel Goldman’s book, Emotional Intelligence, became the best seller as it explained the idea of emotional intelligence to those fixated with only IQ-centric approaches. “This book explains the algorithm of IQ and EQ. When it is said that 80% success of life is decided by EQ ( Emotional Quotient ) than the IQ. It becomes imperative to understand the dynamics of emotional intelligence.”
What s the key range of abilities of Emotional intelligence?
The ability to monitor our emotions and thoughts from moment to moment is key to understanding ourselves better, being at peace with who we are and proactively managing our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.
handling and improve yourself in stress and organize yourself whenever a certain situation is out of your control.
it’s defined as the process of knowing about yourself-in every situation, and it involves self-monitoring, goal setting, reflective thinking, decision making, planning, plan enactment, self-evaluation and management of emotions arising as a result of behavior change.
convert yourself in positive emotions, when we are in crippling situations, and aligning our actions into a passion.
its the understanding of what someone else is feeling or their opinions, and it is about showing the gratitude “like of sharing the token of appreciation and walking in another person’s shoes, giving the time and best understanding for loved ones.
Here are the Self-analysis and best practices in our daily routines, which can be used in our daily lives:
Involves understanding yourself and your behavior on these levels:
- What you’re doing
- How you feel about it
- The hardest part, figuring out what you don’t know about yourself.
- Knowing your emotional boundaries.
CHANNELING YOUR EMOTIONS WELL
The whole point of this is to be able to channel your emotions into what psychologists call “goal-directed behavior”
- Learn to motivate yourself
- Recognize emotions in others to create healthier relationships
- Infuse your emotions with values
- Focus on the present and involve truly yourself into your passion
- Be grateful and show gratitude
How Emotional-intelligence can be impactful in everyday life?
Emotional intelligence makes us empathetic, sensitive and wins the hearts of people without fear. Fear lasts only for a while but affection and care are the most sustainable instruments of holding institutions and furthering their goals. Our virtues are our best strategies.