As you look at this list of emotions, which one are you feeling?
Noticing which emotions you feel at what times and how they change is key to a practice of mindfulness which simply means your capacity to remain present. Being present allows you to focus on the task or person at hand and provide your best self in any situation.
Being aware of your emotions and how they might be effecting your thinking and your actions leads to a higher level of emotional intelligence which is proven to be more important than your IQ.
There is an assessment that can measure your emotional intelligence which will provide you with ways you, personally and specifically, can improve your ability to communicate with others.
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