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Raising our Emotional Quotient We all have different personalities, different wants and needs, and different ways of showing our emotions. Navigating through this takes tact and cleverness – especially if we hope to succeed in life. This is where Emotional Quotient (EQ) or Emotional Intelligence (EI) becomes important. EI is the ability to recognize your emotions, understand, and realize how your emotions affect people around us. It also involves our perception of others: when we understand how they feel, this allows us to manage relationships more effectively. Let us look at the following five elements that defines EQ or EI. Self-Awareness
It is said that ''It is not happy people who are thankful; It is thankful people who are happy''. An attitude of gratitude means making it a habit to express thankfulness and appreciation in all parts of your life, on a regular basis, for both the big and small things alike. "If you concentrate on what you have, you'll always have more. If you concentrate on what you don't have, you'll never have enough." We should wake up every day and express to ourself what we are grateful for. We should acknowledge ourselves for what we have done
Hello @team, I found this article meaningful and thought of sharing. It's little lengthy but, worth reading. Ramayana, Mahabharata and Project Management… The Ramayana essentially highlights that team work is important for achieving the project objective. The team struggles at all times to win against all odds. They use out-of-box thinking to build bridges to Lanka. Lord Hanuman can be called as an expert in risk management. He takes great risks to support the mission. All the team members including the monkey brigade pledge their loyalty to Lord Ram. They have unflinching faith in their project leader. When one team