And since we can’t ignore our emotions, we may as well manage them. This strength of character makes all the difference in the outcomes we get.
Why are some individuals able to “read” their clients so well, or stay composed even in extremely stressful situations? Psychologists have the answer: it all comes down to your capacity to process emotional information and react appropriately to it: it’s called Emotional Intelligence.
Used well, it has tremendous positive impact on our personal and professional lives, influencing how we interact with others, and fostering better communication among teams.
Whether your own, or those of others, it is proven that people with high emotional intelligence are able to solve a variety of emotion-related problems.
This encompasses three distinct skill sets: the ability to identify, evaluate, and control emotions in yourself and others.
To live differently means embracing your emotions and, therefore, be better equipped to manage them.