Tips: Acknowledging your Emotional Intelligence (EI)

Tips: Acknowledging your Emotional Intelligence (EI)

True Fact Emotional Intelligence (EI) influences our everyday norm whether we admit it or not.  Often times it is mistaken as having too much charisma or as a vast majority would love to believe it just does not believe it exists.  In approach social awareness element of Emotional Intelligence. It can be an ambiguous yet vague perception.

A self-awareness approach is what it reads plain and simple yourself as you really are.  It is deeper than understanding favorites, likes, and dislikes BUT rather getting in touch with your inter-emotions.  This draws the direction of this blog post to the focus of your feelings positive and negative.  Sounds pretty simple, right? You will be amazed at the techniques we all have developed to ignore these inter-emotions. I challenge you to take a moment to think about those techniques.

Here’s a reality when you neglect to acknowledge these feelings and surpass them these emotions (feelings) ALWAYS have a strange way of resurfacing.  A word of caution ignoring these feelings have an interesting way of causing a dominion effect later during an unwanted event causing major damages.  Opening up the effect of social awareness a little more. Here are some starter tips for reducing these feelings here are my Greater Opportunity (GO).

  1. Lean into your discomfort
  2. Know who and what pushes your buttons
  3. Visit your beliefs and check yourself

Cool Fact: Superstar celebrity the late Prince Rogers Nelson, better known as “Prince” was good at balancing his social awareness. 

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