5 Easy Practices That Develop Your Emotional IntelligenceOct 30, 2023
Here are some famous people along with their IQs.
Tom Cruise (IQ estimated to be 94)
Quentin Tarantino (IQ estimated to be 96)
Arnold Schwarzenegger (IQ estimated to be 98)
These are quite below-average IQ numbers…
Yet all of them dominated their respective fields.
Why am I telling you this?
For a long time in history, people believed that IQ correlates to success.
You can find pills, puzzles & magazines that promise to increase IQ.
But is it true? NOPE.
It’s far from the truth…
You can be the smartest person in the world...
Yet, you'll be beaten by an average IQ guy who has more emotional intelligence than you.
What is emotional intelligence?
It's far more important than IQ in determining a person's success.
Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand and manage your own emotions, as well as the emotions of others.
It is a critical skill for success in all areas of life, from your personal relationships to your career.
Here are 5 practices o develop your EQ:
- Go ZEN...
Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment without judgment.
It is a great way to become more aware of your own thoughts and feelings, as well as the thoughts and feelings of others.
There are many different ways to practice mindfulness.
One simple exercise is to sit quietly for a few minutes each day and focus on your breath.
Notice your thoughts and feelings without judgment. If your mind wanders, gently bring it back to your breath.
If you are feeling a strong emotion, such as anger or sadness, take a
moment to pause and identify what you are feeling. Ask yourself why you are feeling that way and what you can do to manage your emotions in a healthy way.
- Write Your Emotions.
An emotion journal is a great way to track your thoughts and feelings over time.
It can help you to identify patterns in your behavior and to understand how your emotions affect your thoughts and actions.
To keep an emotion journal, simply write down your thoughts and feelings each day.
You can write about anything that is on your mind, from your daily activities to your relationships with others.
Be sure to pay attention to the physical sensations that you are experiencing when you are feeling different emotions.
For example, when you are feeling anxious, you may feel a tightness in your chest or a pounding heart. When you are feeling sad, you may feel a heaviness in your chest or a lump in your throat.
Noticing the physical sensations associated with different emotions
can help you to identify your emotions more quickly and accurately.
- Get a 3rd Party Opinion.
It can be difficult to be objective about our own emotions.
That's why it's helpful to seek feedback from others. Ask your friends, family members, and colleagues how they perceive you.
They may be able to offer insights into your behavior and how it affects others.
It's important to be open-minded when receiving feedback.
Remember that everyone has their own perspective, and what one
person sees as a weakness may be seen as a strength by another person.
The goal of seeking feedback is to gain a better understanding of
how your emotions are perceived by others. This information can help you to make changes to your behavior, if necessary.
Active listening is the ability to pay attention to what someone is
saying and to understand their perspective.
It takes strength of character to listen to someone...
It is a critical skill for developing EI.
When you are actively listening, you are not just waiting for your turn to talk.
You are paying attention to the speaker's body language and tone of voice.
You are also trying to understand the speaker's feelings and motivations.
Active listening can help you to build stronger relationships and to
better understand the emotions of others.
- Practice empathy.
Empathy is the ability to put yourself in someone else's shoes and
to understand their feelings. It is a key component of EQ.
When you are empathetic, you are trying to see the world from the other person's perspective. You are trying to understand what they are going through and how they are feeling.
To practice empathy, try the following tips:
- Imagine yourself in the other person's shoes. What would you be feeling if you were in their situation?
- Try to understand the other person's perspective. What are their needs and wants?
- Be non-judgmental. Remember that everyone has their own unique experiences and perspectives.
Empathy can help you to build stronger relationships and to better understand the emotions of others.
- (optional & only for the Adventurous) Challenge yourself to feel uncomfortable.
One of the best ways to develop your EQ is to challenge yourself to feel uncomfortable.
This means stepping outside of your comfort zone and trying new things.
For example, if you are afraid of public speaking, you could challenge yourself to give a presentation at work.
Or, if you are shy, you could challenge yourself to start a conversation with someone new.
By challenging yourself to feel uncomfortable, you will learn more
about your own emotions and how to manage them in a healthy way.
You will also develop a greater understanding of the emotions of others.
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