â€œ’Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.â€ – Gandhi
Wise words to live by, arenâ€™t they? We agree on the point that human beings are meant to continually learn. Every day, you can learn something new, provided you keep your eyes and ears open, and your mind alert ready to accept new knowledge.
However, life does bring with it many challenges making it difficult to always maintain this mindset. Remember learning to overcome the challenge is learning something new in itself. For when that same challenges arises you will be able to deal with it confidently, knowing that you have done it before. Here are a few tips that can be helpful:
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Are you often stressed out at work? Do you find it difficult to establish emotional connections with friends and co-workers? Are you unable to find positive solutions to problems? If the answer of one or more questions among these is yes, then you may have low emotional intelligence.
No, it has nothing to do with Intelligence Quotient (IQ). Indeed, even a person with an exceptionally high IQ might have low EQ. If you have low EQ, then you might find it difficult to focus properly at work, resolve problems peacefully, and develop meaningful relationships. Fortunately, EQ is something you can learn, and develop, with someone to guide you.
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It is a fact that humans are social beings. Another fact is that if we have relationships we will have conflict â€“ it is inevitable. Having conflict is a healthy part of relationships and we need not be concerned about the conflict itself but our ability to effectively resolve conflict.
â€œItâ€™s not who I am underneath, but what I do that defines me.â€ – Bruce Wayne, Batman Begins
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Leadership is a challenge that one takes up in order to manage a team. It requires a few skills and attributes that you may already have, however weâ€™ll highlight some in this article
- Self-Awareness â€“ knowing your strengths and weaknesses
- Have emotional intelligence (this can be learned)
- Effective Conflict Resolution skills including noticing the relationships that are working for you and those that arenâ€™t, and do something about the ones that arenâ€™t.
- Never stop learning and developing yourself.
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