There’s an enormous amount of research suggesting that intelligence (EQ) is critical to your performance at work. TalentSmart has tested the EQ of more than a million people and found that it explains 58 percent of success in all types of jobs.
Most people are conditioned to believe that knowledge is power, when, in fact, knowledge is only potential power. In my life, I’ve been blessed enough to have many meaningful conversations, yet the one I had this past week on emotional intelligence with a young woman, Ashley Zahabian, who I met at the entrepreneurial incubator that I recently launched, Fownders, really resonated with me.
Ever wondered how to better your emotional stability or achieve a more peaceful mental state? Perhaps improving your emotional intelligence is the way to go. But just what is emotional intelligence?