Do you want to manage stress? Do you want to learn how to assert yourself? Do you want to be understood? Do you want to understand other people better? These are just some of the concerns that developing your emotional intelligence will address.
Having a high intelligence quotient (IQ) may not be enough to achieve success. Psychologists say that emotional intelligence has a huge impact on your professional success. A study conducted by TalentSmart shows that emotional intelligence or IE (popularly known as EQ) is the biggest predictor of job performance. That's because emotional intelligence is the foundation of all critical skills – empathy, anger management, assertiveness, flexibility, accountability, communication, presentation skills, and stress tolerance. Over ninety percent of the people who are doing well at work has high emotional intelligence.
The good news is you can develop emotional intelligence. This book contains practical and easy to follow steps that will help increase your EQ. You'll learn:
What emotional intelligence isTraits of people with high emotional intelligenceTraits of people with low emotional intelligence21 practical tips that will help you increase your emotional intelligenceHow to set personal boundariesHow to get to know yourself deeplyHow to increase your optimism and resilienceReal stories of people with low and high emotional intelligence30 empathy statements100 techniques to help you beat stress
It's time to get out of the emotional roller coaster that you're in and start understanding and managing your emotions. This book will help increase your self-control, conscientiousness, adaptability, motivation, and trustworthiness. Most of all, this book helps you understand other people more so that you can build deeper and more meaningful relationships.
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