If you can say ‘ Yes ‘ to any of the 5 questions, then your emotional understanding is less than you think.

Even if the responses are yes, emotional intelligence can be developed by everyone.

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I have written on the impact of emotional intelligence many times, and have found that people with high emotional understanding (EQ) have been more successful in life.

Research has shown the overall success of an employee in terms of work, relationships and overall well-being. Emotional intelligence may not be only what saves us from robots, but also what saves us from ourselves, in the age of artificial intelligence and automation. • EQ accounts for almost 90% of what moves the person up the ladder. Consider these findings.

• 58% of your job performance is the responsibility of EQ.

• High EQ individuals earn an average of $29,000 more a year than low EQ.

• EQ is one of the 10 top-ranking skills needed to thrive workers in 2020.

We’re going to flip the coin. What about low intelligence or not even emotional intelligence? In practice, how do we identify these habits that keep us back? What does that look like? 

5 questions about the assessment of low emotional intelligence when you notice some of your own patterns when you read the signs, calm down and realize that you are not broken or evil. You have a blind spot. That’s what it says. You may not see them but you-people, co-workers, customers, family members-can sometimes nod firmly in agreement.

Be certain that every person is able to improve their lives or leadership skills by changing these scenarios. But a first step has to be taken: whether or not your EQ is weak. How are you going to know, here’s.

1. You’re fast to judge?

Though they do not have a proper understanding of how to read others ‘ emotions, people with a low level of QE often quickly reach conclusions. Since judges are typically negative and impulsive, before they evaluate the context of a situation and their original emotions of truth and precision they may create a negative impression. Sadly, something or someone is left with distorted views.

2. Do you find it difficult to accept criticism?

Criticizing a person who lacks EQ can lead to emotional disruption. But it is much easier to accept criticism from honest, self-trusting, high-quality individuals, because they can process their emotions, evaluate their strengths and weaknesses, and note something they need to improve.

3. Do you feel stressed or anxious more and more?

I don’t deny stress—-we all have some level of stress; it’s unavoidable. But people with a high EQ have an ability to take a look at a situation, to seek input from a variety of viewpoints, and to practice consciousness before they spiral down the divisive path of anxiety.

4. You’re a wrong listener?

Low EQ people lack empathy and often refrain from listening to other persons ‘ opinions and opinions in view of another viewpoint. Recent research in Harvard Business Review has shown that leaders who listen well are “perceived as leaders of people, generate greater confidence, bring about more job satisfaction and increase the productivity of their teams.” Do you having trouble recovering from errors?

High-EQ people are resilient, low-EQ people are faulty and have difficult times. I am offering these people one simple way which will change your world for the better: cure your wound, learn from your mistake, let go of the past, and move forward to your glorious future.

5. Will you find it difficult to recover from errors?

Finally, your EQ could have a profound impact on your personal and working relationships. But first, evaluate where you are regarding the emotional intelligence principles and ask some key questions to “hold the mirror” to determine where you stand.

Credit – @MarcelSchwantes

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