The Different Emotional Intelligence Categories

emotional intelligence

The Different E.I Categories The previous article, “Let’s Talk E.I.”, briefly talked about Goleman’s different E.I. categories. This article will be focusing on the different categories and skills of Emotional Intelligence (E.I.), while discussing – in further details – two pillars of E.I. who are affiliated to the latter, such as Goleman.       …

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COVID-19, A Positive Influence?

is covid-19 a positive influence?

The pandemic of COVID-19 has – undoubtedly – brought a wave of disruptions all over the world. You might think this is “just another flu,” or believe it’s a virus fabricated in a lab in some shady neighborhood. You might think it’s a game-changer for humanity. In any case, you and I definitely agree COVID-19…

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Let’s Talk E.I!

EI

Talking and writing about managing your time or your stress is never enough, but rather than writing an article about them – as there are many out there – this time I want to talk E.I! Having good Emotional Intelligence (E.I) is highly beneficial, especially during stressful situations in life. To reach that, one should…

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How Can a Traumatic Event Affect Kids at School?

Trauma

Trauma is not only the result of frightening and upsetting events. It can occur from an ongoing exposure to abuse, neglect, homelessness, domestic violence, or rough communities throughout their early years of development, which leads to serious learning and behavioral problems. In fact, children, or adolescents, don’t have the required skills to cope or manage…

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Common Psychological Barriers to Success

Success Barriers

Most of us want to be successful. How we define success is different from person to person; it can be big or small, daily or lifelong. But we can all agree that success starts with setting a goal and achieving it. The most important and challenging part is pursuing our goals.  We often talk about…

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The Upside of Negative Emotions

The Upside of Negative Emotions

Admit it!! You try to escape, or avoid negative emotions as soon as you experience any of them, right? It is no surprise. We’re programmed to do that one way or another. It’s painful to feel depressed, ashamed, anxious, guilty, and the host of other negative emotions. To many, these emotions convey weakness. We gravitate…

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