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Studying Emotional Intelligence (EI) can bring immediate results. EI means your ability to understand and manage your feelings and those of others, and to use the information to relate better, plan more flexibly, think more creatively, prioritize, motivate yourself and others, make better decisions, and enjoy better health.
EI is based on a number of competencies that can be learned such as creativity, intentionality, resilience, and integrated self. Resilience was named the number one stress-buster by the Wall Street Journal.
It works fast because it doesn’t go into why. It just starts teaching you how.
Most clients pick it up quickly because it’s a relief and brings immediate rewards. After just three months, Lulwa Al Marzooqi wrote “Since I started learning emotional intelligence, I have noticed the following positive changes:
1.I am more patient in dealing with angry people. 2.The ability to empathize with others helps in being able to receive love from mothers 3.I get in less fights in conversations 4.It is easier for me to solve problems
Undoubtedly they’ll continue improving because they have the fundamentals, and they’re getting rewards, which is motivating. Why would you stop doing something that makes it easier for you to solve problems? Once you’ve learned how to manage your emotions more effectively and gotten the rewards, how could you forget?
Once learned, the competencies are self-perpetuating and they are inter-related. Having learned creativity, you aren’t likely to forget it. You can continue to apply what you’ve learned to new situations, relationships and experiences. Give it a try!