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Having low emotional intelligence, or EQ, is an issue that can have a significant influence on your social relationships.

Some experts even believe that emotional intelligence has more of an impact on your chances of overall success in life when compared to one’s IQ.

Your emotional intelligence can play a significant role in how you interact with others, and with low emotional intelligence, you might find social situations difficult and full of tension.

Here are some of the top signs that might suggest you have low emotional intelligence.

Getting in a Lot of Arguments

You probably know someone who is incredibly combative with others, or you…


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Emotional intelligence has taken the front seat over the last several years when it comes to determining success in the workplace.

Recent studies have shown that high in emotional intelligence tend to be more productive, have higher social skills, and are more successful than their less emotionally intelligent colleagues.

It can help tremendously to understand how emotional intelligence manifests itself in the workplace.

Here are some of the best examples of emotional intelligence that you should look for at work.

An Upset Colleague Finds A Compassionate Ear

Every employee will have a bad day from time to time, and no one is immune from getting upset.


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There are several kinds of intelligence, and it’s our job to figure out what they are and how to integrate them into our lives.

Along with your IQ, which has long been used to predict success, the new up and comer is emotional intelligence or EQ.

Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize, understand, and manage our own emotions and the emotions of others.

Since we often make decisions and respond to stimuli based on our feelings, it is essential that you know how to grow your EQ.

Here are five qualities that you need to focus on developing if…


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Emotional intelligence is defined by the ability to understand and manage your emotions and the emotions of those around you.

This particular quality provides you with a variety of skills like the ability to maintain relationships, influence and inspire others, and how to navigate social networks.

To become an effective leader, you need to have a high level of emotional intelligence. Here are some of the most essential reasons why emotional information is vital for leaders.

Self-Awareness

Great and useful leaders that have high emotional intelligence are that they are self-aware, and they can recognize emotions as they happen.

This is…


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Emotional intelligence as quickly becomes a key component of effective leadership. The ability to be in tune with yourself and your emotions, as well as having sound situational awareness is an incredibly powerful tool that all leaders need in their tool belt.

The ability to know, understand, and respond to emotions, being aware of how your words affect others, and your ability to overcome stress at the moment, is what is known as emotional intelligence.

If you want to be an effective leader, then you need to understand the required aspects of emotional intelligence.

Self-Regulation

Self-regulation, or discipline, involves your ability…


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The term “social skills” is incredibly broad, but it is also used correctly in the context of emotional intelligence. When it comes to emotional intelligence, your social skills refer to how you handle and influence other’s emotions effectively.

Emotional intelligence starts with your understanding of your feelings and managing them to achieve your goals effectively.

When you can understand and manage yourself, you can begin to learn how to understand the feelings of others and how to influence them.

Here are five ways that you can improve your social skills to increase your emotional intelligence.

Work on Your Communication Skills

Your communication skills are a…


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Over the last several years, the topic of emotional intelligence has become increasingly popular.

People with average IQs have been shown to outperform people with high IQs by roughly 70 percent of the time because they have higher emotional intelligence.

Emotional intelligence is your ability to evaluate, control, and express your emotions and assess the feelings of others.

If you want to increase your emotional intelligence and become successful in both your personal and professional life, there are three easy steps that you need to follow.

Step #1 — Notice

If, as a leader, you find yourself anxious or tense when you are trying…


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Establishing your E-commerce site is not like what it used to be. There are thousands of competition that are all too willing to get a more significant share of the pie. Every scheme and method you can find to augment your sales would be very beneficial.

We have got to admit to ourselves. Most of us are into it for the money. We are not going to waste our time and effort just for the fun of it. Many sites would not wait until hell freezes over to see their profits. …


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There are many things in life that are easier said than done. You have to remember that one of the most powerful marketing concepts you could ever come across is the idea of reverse engineering.

It seems like every experienced and effective marketer that I have some across loves saying the phrase “ reverse engineering.” The problem is, just like the word love, the more people keep repeating it, the less clear it becomes.

In fact, it is used so often that most people don’t really have a clue of what the speaker is saying. …


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One of the biggest misconceptions about Facebook’s marketing potential turns on whether Facebook can be a good source of traffic that buys stuff from online stores. For every positive story you hear of merchants killing it with Facebook traffic, you’d probably listen to dozens of more merchants who are frustrated with Facebook.

They really cannot make heads or tails of Facebook’s traffic as far as their e-commerce sales are concerned. They’re drawing a blank. They cannot convert a heavy volume of traffic from the social network into actual buyers of products for the life of them.

The bottom line is…

Maxwell Jordan

I refuse to allow the negative people in life to tear me down. I will not be defeated by life, life will be defeated by my will to be happy.

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