Two Words To Strengthen Your Emotional Intelligence

 Truth is in the eyes and brains of the believer. When trouble brews ask “What if I am wrong?” Or “What if they are right?” or “What if we are both right or both wrong?” The two words “What if” jump start Emotional Intelligence.  The stronger we believe we know the truth, the more we cling …

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Emotional Intelligence Strengthening Exercise: Apologizing

No one likes admitting they are wrong, but when you are an apology goes a long way to restoring harmony. Here’s a thought, apologizing even when you do not think you are wrong also restores harmony.    How to apologize when you did no wrong, but someone thinks you did? You say the following “I’m sorry. …

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Fallacy Exercise: Fear Mongering Threatens Emotional Intelligence

Fear is a clue to take care, but all too often its warning is false. Future fears are mostly false fears. Improve your Emotional Intelligence by thinking carefully before giving into future fears.  Fearmongering is common but usually made up of false fears. Learn to spot it as you read the news, look at ads, or talk …

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False Logic Undermines Emotional Intelligence: Eight Examples

Critical thinking requires practice. Start by looking for the following thinking errors each day.   The more you spot thinking errors, yours and others, the stronger your Emotional Intelligence grows. We all tend to think with our feelings first; okay most of the time. Not when you find yourself doing things you regret. Feelings are signals.  …

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