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EQ Equation - Develop Your Emotional Quotient and Lead a Balanced Life
Surefire Ways To Master Your Emotional Intelligence!
This Book Is One Of The Most Valuable Resources In The World When It Comes To Getting Serious Results In Your EQ Efforts!
Many People Are Not... More > Aware Of How Important Their EQ Is And How To Deal With It!!
This is one area that you must not be confused in…
Emotional intelligence is constituted of 2 areas: experiential (power to perceive, react, and manipulate emotional data without necessarily understanding it) and strategic (power to comprehend and manage emotions without necessarily comprehending feelings well or fully experiencing them).
Do you understand it's significance?
It was found that higher emotional intelligence was a predictor of life satisfaction. In addition, studies reported that individuals higher in emotional intelligence were likewise more likely to utilize an adaptive defense style and thus exhibited healthier psychological adaptation.< Less
E-Q Equation: Develop your emotional quotient and lead a balanced life
It was found that higher emotional intelligence was a predictor of life satisfaction. In addition, studies reported that individuals higher in emotional intelligence were likewise more likely to... More > utilize an adaptive defense style and thus exhibited healthier psychological adaptation.
This powerful tool will provide you with everything you need to know to be a success and achieve your goal.
In This Book, You Will Learn:
- Tools To Develop EQ!
- Success and EI
- Understanding Emotional Intelligence.
- Intriguing Data: Gender and Everyday Living.
- Models and Measures!
- And so much more!
You've got nothing to lose in this investment. You will only miss 100% of the shots you don't take. Don't make the same mistake of those who close this page and miss out on a tremendously lucrative opportunity!< Less
Emotional Intelligence - Make it work for You (from www.jobxray.com)
"An emotionally intelligent person recognizes his and others’ feelings, understands what they are trying to tell him and acts in the best interest of all to reach a win-win decision.
A... More > person with a strong Emotional Quotient (EQ) is an excellent judge of behavior; he can empathize with others, understand what they want and recognize why they act in a particular way.
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E.Q. Librium - Unleash the Power of Your Emotional Intelligence; A Proven Path to Career Success
Enhancing your emotional quotient is vital to your career success. Your emotional quotient measures your emotional intelligence and your emotional intelligence is your ability to identify and manage... More > your emotions and the emotions of others.
E.Q. Librium: Unleash the Power of Your Emotional Intelligence; A Proven Path to Career Success is a collection of practical, proven strategies you can use to improve your emotional quotient. This book can help you to become emotionally self-aware, manage your emotions, strengthen your leadership skills, enhance your performance and position yourself for the next level in your career.< Less
Language Learners’ Emotional Intelligence and Teachers’ Corrective Feedback: A Study of Recast and Elicitation
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In recent years, scholars have been dealing with Intelligence Quotient (IQ) and explaining learners’ achievement based on IQ from primary school to university. Although there has been a... More > consensus among scholars who accepted IQ as a predictor of learners’ achievement, they have been shifting their views from IQ to Emotional Intelligence (EI). Following this approach, while numerous researchers have examined ways to apply EI in education, a huge body of research has focused on correlational studies concerning the relationship between EI and, for example, academic achievement. Little has been done to discover the relationship between the usefulness of teachers’ different kinds of feedback and students’ Emotional Intelligence in an educational context. The research presented in this book addresses the issue of EI differences in feedback reception to investigate the effect of recast and elicitation in a grammar-instruction context on Iranian adult EFL learners' learning of conditionals and relatives.< Less