Working with Emotional Intelligence

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According to Daniel, Goleman the intelligence the numbers contributes at best only 20% to the factor determine a person’s life success. Which simple means at least other forces like luck or social class and emotional intelligence determine 80%. "Emotional Intelligence is the ability to sense, understand, and effectively apply the power and sharpen one’s emotions as a source of energy, information, creativity, trust and connection. Someone who is emotionally intelligent knows which emotion he or she is feeling and why, knows how to manage his or her feelings and how to motivate him- or herself. They recognize emotions in others and are able to handle relationship. The five domains of Emotional Intelligence can be divided into five competencies. 1. Personal Competence Social Competence 2. Self-awareness Empathy 3. Self-regulation Social Skills 4. Self-motivation Personal Competence – Social Competence Self-awareness, self-regulation and self-motivation are the competencies described as Personal Competence. They are the competencies that help people manage themselves. Self-awareness Self-awareness means that someone knows his or her emotions and recognizes a feeling as it happens. It is the keystone of emotional intelligence. Examples in the day-to-day-life could be the knowledge of when you are thinking negatively, when you are becoming angry, how your are interpreting certain events, what senses you are currently using, how to communicate accurately what you experience, and the moments when your mood changes. Emotional Awareness People who are aware of their emotions recognize their feelings and know how they affect them. They are aware of the influence their feelings have on the way they behave and they have a "guiding awareness of their values and goals". Accurate Self-Assessment If people are able to assess themselves accurately

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