We are raised to worship IQ. We are trained to be ‘smart’. Many of us study to the point where it adversely impacts other areas of our lives in striving for good grades. In the workplace, we are continually learning and accumulating more factual knowledge.
But there often seems to be a paradox. Perhaps you are very intelligent, or even highly intelligent, as determined by the factors that govern IQ.
Yet, how often do you feel that in spite of your ‘native’ intelligence, and all your acquired knowledge, that others seem to get ahead so easily in so many areas, yet it is sometimes such a struggle for you?
It can seem grossly unfair that you have put effort all your life into gaining knowledge, becoming more than competent in your fields of expertise, but
others seem to be able to earn more and live seemingly happier and more complete lives.
Worse, they are often the ones who were the academic ‘slackers’ at school.
You are not the only one to puzzle on this. Research increasingly supports the fact that ‘getting ahead’ in life, in all its facets, including wealth, happiness, life partner, friends and experiences is far more determined by a person’s emotional intelligence than it is by their IQ.
This report can help you understand what emotional intelligence is, and how it could be the missing piece of life’s puzzle for you and many others. You can also learn the factors that contribute to emotional intelligence, and most importantly, how you can develop them to make your life happier and more successful.
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