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Emotional Intelligence

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Emotional Intelligence
Managing emotions

Reasoning emotions
Perceiving emotions    
Emotional Intelligence
Understanding       emotions

We all have different personalities, different wants and needs, and different ways of showing our emotions. If we can understand different personalities around us then we can have better life.
Salovey and Mayer   define   emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize your emotions, understand what they're telling you , try to manage the emotions and realize how your emotions affect people around you.
It also involves your perception of others. It helps to understand them. It helps to manage relationships more effectively. People with high emotional intelligence are usually successful in most things they do. Because they're the ones that others want on their team. When people with high EI send an email, it gets answered. When they need help, they get it. Because they make others feel good, they go through life much more easily than people who are easily angered or upset.
Major components of Emotional Intelligence
Major components of Emotional Intelligence are; knowing our emotions, managning them, motivating ourselves, recognizing the emotions of others and handling relationships.
Characteristics of Emotional Intelligence
Our emotional intelligence determines our potential for learning the practical skills based on five elements.
1.Self-Awareness: People with high emotional intelligence are usually very self-aware. They understand their emotions. They don't let their feelings rule them. They're confident because they trust their intuition and don't let their emotions get out of control. They know their strengths and weaknesses, and they work on these areas so they can perform better. Many people believe that this self-awareness is the most important part of emotional intelligence.
2.Self-Regulation: This is the ability to control emotions and impulses. People who self-regulate typically don't allow...


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