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8 Ways Emotional Intelligence Puts You On the Road to Success

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Forget about IQ. You need your head and heart working as a team to be a true success. Emotional intelligence is the key. This post from Lifehack.org sheds light on what will happen when you become emotionally intelligent. The head and the heart combine to create emotional intelligence. You want to have emotionally intelligent people on your team. They have the ... Read More »

7 Ways to Help Kids Quell Entitled Attitudes and Be Grateful

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It is difficult to come by grateful children in this over-entitled world. Here are 7 ways to help kids develop healthy attitudes in life. This post from Mind Body Green showcases a book that can help parents rid their homes of the entitlement epidemic and raise confident, resilient, and successful children. In a world of “I wants” and “Can I ... Read More »

Higher Anxiety Linked to Higher IQ, Social Anxiety to Greater Empathy

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Researchers studying anxiety, the most common mental health diagnosis among adults, claim that a little bit of anxiety could be incredibly beneficial in the most unexpected ways. This post from FEEL Guide summarizes the findings of these research studies on anxiety and social anxiety. Although Western medicine has radically transformed our world for the better, and given rise to some of the most ... Read More »