Many are not self-aware or conscious of the power emotional intelligence has on them. Understanding your emotions and developing your emotional intelligence is a skill you can learn in my new book, The Power of Emotion.
Our children are our future; educating them to connect with their emotions, develop social skills and emotional intelligence is invaluable to their development. Raising our children to reach their highest potential should be our number one priority; I've devoted a chapter on this topic in my book, The Power of Emotion.
Interacting with others is not always stress-free, but self-management of our emotions and using our emotional intelligence to navigate relationships make it more manageable. In my book, The Power of Emotion, I discuss how important it is for you to develop strong relationships with others.
Empathy is the cornerstone of emotional intelligence, a skill that opens the door to relationship success strengthens our well-being and overall quality of life. I discuss these benefits in my book, The Power of Emotion.
You can influence your relationships by carefully observing others' emotions and actions, which improves your emotional awareness. This behaviour increases emotional intelligence and raises your influence, which I discuss in my book, The Power of Emotion.
Our mindset and emotional intelligence affect how we think, and ultimately it determines our potential. I shared the power your mindset has in my book, The Power of Emotion.
Resilience is definitely within your reach and it is a vital part of your well-being. As explained in my book, The Power of Emotion, individuals with high emotional intelligence manage adversity better and tend to be more emotionally resilient.
Self-care should be your number one priority, with so many proven benefits to practicing it and working on your well-being! In this article, I've gathered some insights from my book, The Power of Emotion, to help you advance your emotional intelligence and find the beauty in self-care.