Emotional intelligence categories

What the emotional intelligence is

The emotional intelligence is the ability to be aware of our emotions and also the emotions of people around us. When we know our emotions, we can control them. The higher the EQ, the better we are able to manage it. Emotional intelligence can develop throughout life through our social experience, our way and skills of communication, self-expression, our empathy and our ability to conform to other people. 

In addition, the emotional intelligence determines our capacity of creativity, talents, skills, the ability to express our desires and express our position on any issue.


Building successful personalities

Emotional intelligence is extremely important for success in both personal and professional aspects. To achieved the ability for adequately response in the difficult situation is very important and it is an evidence about EQ. Its needs hard work on yourself. Then you will be able to understand and accept the motives standing behind actions of people both yours and others. This is the way to develop greater empathy for people’s pain, which is a prerequisite for building healthy relationships between people. It’s also helps to people for reducing the drama in their lives. This releases the energy that is needed to focus on the constructive issues, which in turn leads to more personal achievements, success and satisfaction.

How to recognize the person with high EQ

The psychologists definate five key categories of skills that present the high emotionally intelligent person. First of all, it is the ability to recognize and evaluate someone’s emotions, which is the key to manage with them. Self-awareness means being aware of our own emotions and their effects, as well as having self-confidence, which is expressed as security in our values and capabilities. Realizing your emotions, the next step is self-regulation. It is expressed in the ability to control emotions and do not lose control under their influence. 

Self-regulation is achieved by dealing with destructive impulses, as well as when people are honest with themselves and others. And the most importantly, take responsibility for your own lives and actions. After emotional control, motivation is important for success in life. This is the pursuit of new achievements, driven by dedication, initiative and optimism. The other two categories of skills are related to human relationships. They are expressed through empathy and a range of social skills, such as communication, leadership, influencing other people, conflict management, cooperation and a sense of team.