This is not Emotional Intelligence, it’s Insanity!

This is not Emotional Intelligence, it’s Insanity! by

I have contemplated writing an article on the basics of emotional intelligence for quite some time. As I prepared to write over the course of a few weeks now, I became paralyzed. I could not put a single word to paper as I tried to define the concept from a …

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Follow Your Dreams for A Better Future

It is easy to become paralyzed when faced with big decisions. Do I leave my job to follow my passion? How will I support my family? Without absolutely knowing the answer to these questions, one will stay in a job where they are unhappy while dreaming about a different path with sadness.

As I wrote in No Decision Is a Decision, not making a choice is a decision by default. Instead of dreaming about making a change of career, take small steps towards that change. I made that leap in my 30s and it changed my life. Here I am a decade later and I have several thriving businesses that I love.

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Crawford Collins Speaks on Success and Meeting Richard Branson

This is the third article of three on Social Media Influencer Crawford Collins. Crawford discusses being successful as an emotionally mature entrepreneur of 18 years and meeting Richard Branson.

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UN Youth Ambassador’s Continual Message of #Forgiveforpeace

This is the second of three articles on Social Media Influence Crawford Collins. Check back tomorrow for the third article where Crawford discusses meeting Richard Branson and being an emotionally mature entrepreneur at age 18.

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287,200 Soundcloud Clicks in 27 Days for Emerging Celebrity Dee Jay

This article is the first in a three part series featuring Canadian Social Media Influencer Crawford Collins. Check back for the other articles as we will discuss his work with the United Nations, meeting Richard Branson, and being an emotionally mature entrepreneur at age 18.

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Emotionally Mature Business [People] Control Temper

Emotionally Mature Business People Control Temper with

An emotionally mature person is able to control temper. This person has learned to identify triggers-actions or environments that produce enough stress to provoke a temper tantrum. Let’s call emotional outbursts what they are, temper tantrums. So in order to avoid temper tantrums where one lashes out in anger or hurt, one must first understand the three axioms of trigger points and begin to recognize triggers.

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