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Emotional Intelligence and Resilience

Emotional Intelligence and Resilience

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Many of us are aware of IQ (Intelligence Quotient), right?

Have you also heard of Emotional Intelligence? (sometimes called EQ – Emotional Quotient)…

“When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but with creatures of emotion.” — Dale Carnegie

“He who smiles rather than rages is always the stronger.” — Japanese proverb

“As much as 80% of adult “success” comes from EQ.” — Daniel Goleman

Emotional Intelligence (EI or sometimes EQ – Emotional Quotient) is a modern concept and was only fully developed in the mid-1990s, by Daniel Goleman, among others.

Many experts nowadays believe that a person’s emotional intelligence quotient (EQ) may be more important than their IQ and is certainly a better predictor of success, quality of relationships, and overall happiness.

Higher IQs indicate better cognitive abilities, or the ability to learn and understand. Which means people with higher IQs are more likely to do well academically. But in everyday life just ‘being clever’ is not enough!

If you think emotional intelligence is only important for those who always have to interact or communicate with people, think it again.

Emotional intelligence is a gateway to a balanced-life.

It’s essential to basically every aspect of life.

So what are you waiting for?

Enroll in course today and we wish you a happy learning!

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