15 Important High Emotional Intelligence Benefits 0
Have you ever wondered why some people seem to excel in their personal and professional lives, while others struggle to find success?
The answer may lie in their level of emotional intelligence.
Emotional intelligence, or EQ, is a term that has gained significant attention in recent years. It refers to your ability to understand, use, manage, and express your emotions, as well as the ability to recognize and understand the emotions of others.
I have been helping people build their emotional intelligence for decades. I am more and more convinced that it is the key to personal happiness, successful relationships, and healthy communities.
In this article, we will explore the research-based benefits of having a high emotional intelligence quotient. So, if you're curious about how emotional intelligence can benefit you, keep reading to discover the key advantages it offers.
101 Emotion Words List: Expand Your Emotion Vocabulary 1Most people have a limited emotion vocabulary: they don't have many words to describe feelings. Having limited emotion words at your disposal gets in the way of you understanding yourself and others. This post includes a 101 emotion words list to help you better label what's happening for yourself and the people around you.
Is The Way You are Listening Damaging Your Relationship? 0
Listening in a way that works is a skill that most people don't have. Most people use what I call "Not Listening Skills" when their job in the moment is to be a listener. These communication missteps create misunderstandings and messy buildup in couples: accumulated hurt feelings and resentments. They also contribute to people talking at each other rather than hearing each other and considering what they have to say.
People using any of the 10 Not Listening Skills often think they are doing a great job as a listener and don't see or understand that it's damaging their relationship. They may be listening to their partner, but their partner doesn't feel heard, and they don't really get what their partner has going on.
Learn, Let Go, Lighten Up: Silver Lining Emotional Detox Journal and Workbook 0
My Learn, Let Go, Lighten Up: Silver Lining Emotional Detox Journal & Workbook can help you process anything that weighs you down, stresses you out, or keeps you stuck so that you can learn from challenging experiences and feel lighter and happier.
Click Read More to find out how Learn, Let Go, Lighten Up can help you.
Ann Silvers' Books on Amazon 0
I now have 15 books on Amazon. Topics include anxiety help, what works and doesn't work in relationships, and emotional intelligence skills.
This post includes links for each of my books on Amazon.
Own Your Thoughts and Feelings & Let Others Own Theirs 0
Owning your thoughts and feelings and letting other people own theirs is a foundational part of healthy communication skills.
It creates an attitude that makes it easier to present your ideas in a tactful way. And it helps you listen to other people without getting triggered or defensive.