Generation Excess, the legions of children born on the cusp of the information age, is threatening to end civilized society as we know it. It seems that those adorable little angels have grown to become self-indulgent brats. And, there’s not just a few of them, but millions covering the U.S., Britain, and, now. Asian countries such as China and Japan. How did we let this happen? Well, that’s easy: We forgot our parenting skills.
I can remember an occasion when one of my sales team was really pleased with himself after coming back from the 19th with one of his prospects declaring that he had found the Coach in the deal and that the Coach was helping us. However, once we ran the personality test, we found out that our Coach was very likely to be a Mover (someone that always starts things, speaks to everyone, but rarely finishes anything). We quickly deduced that this person was likely to also be helping our competition as well as us. We altered our strategy accordingly, found another coach and won the deal.
I was hiking along a river and noticed several large trees that had no earth underneath them. The river had washed it away. But some wily trees had outsmarted the river. They sent large roots sideways deep into the bank so they could hold on. The trees looked like the letter “L”, with air beneath them and swirling water below that. And they were big and tall, strong trees. They had withstood the changes of nature, the forcefulness of a river. They were resilient, and that is part of emotional intelligence.
While the pursuit of power, wealth or fame motivates many people, these goals are external, filling deficiencies instead of addressing one’s needs for growth and development.
In the incidents mentioned above first of it was the lady in the train. It can be said here that her friend needed help / Support which she was able to provide, forgetting the situation. Her friend only needed the feeling / Confidence that someone was out there to support her which she was able to provide. She was able to act in the situation while others resisted.
emotional intelligence and Leadership – You like social interactions, meeting new people. You can easily connect with other people. You are considered a leader it’s even better.
See, the Universe loves this idea that you reap what you sow. The more you give, the more you get. So focus strongly on this. Meditate on it. Ask yourself what your most compelling strengths are, and how you may put those to use to benefit others, and in doing so, reap financial rewards. When you put your mind to developing your talents to the benefit of others, amazing things happen.
I hope this information will help you find your next job / career. In addition, I hope it will be useful in other areas of your life. Remember, we do not live to work, but We Work to Live.