Having a firm control over your emotions can do wonders for you on the job. It might mean a mere control over emotions, however, the concept translates into something significant. It involves your motivation, social skills, and self-awareness, and determines your authority over them. Whether you are a recent graduate stepping into the world of a profession, or key personnel playing a senior management role at a renowned enterprise, being emotionally intelligent is vital to your career.

Although the term has been around for a while, it has recently gained hype among the human resources of organizations. Experts are realizing the impact of these emotions and how they can drastically affect an employee’s ability to perform well. Rex Huppke, a humorous guy who contributes to the Chicago Tribune, wrote in one of his publishing that even as little as acknowledging the presence of basic human emotions at work can make it a happier workplace. His argues that humans are made of emotions and that we cannot just put aside our feelings while walking through the doors of our workplace.

Human Behavior Specialist and a globally renowned speaker Tony Jeton Selimi also talk about emotional intelligence. He has, in fact, authored multiple books on how human emotions leads to behavior that can affect life at work. Tony has dedicated his life to people who are bound by emotional limitations. Through his awakening talks and integrated and holistic consulting sessions, he is helping thousands of people to breakthrough addictions, dissolve grief, resolve conflicts, get their emotions in control and align them in harmony with their true authentic self.

In his multi-award-winning books, A Path to Wisdom and #Loneliness, he mentions how being emotionally intelligent brings along a lot of personal, professional, business and societal benefits.

Following are a few of them:

  • Your decision-making improves since you’re not giving it away to anxiousness or anger.
  • Interpersonal relationships remain intact as you don’t impose a bossy behavior on your subordinates and colleagues.
  • Being in control of your emotional state makes it easier to reach mutual agreements, win contracts and progress faster in your career.
  • Having consistency in your behavior helps us be better at projecting a better version of ourselves onto others.
  • Experts believe that those possessing a higher emotional intelligent quotient are better able to handle stress and anxiety.

These were only a few of the many lifelong pros of being emotionally intelligent. The good part is that anyone can be one by following a few simple sets of rules (and a bit of inspiration) from Tony Jeton Selimi. Tony is a globally recognized speaker and a bestselling author. He is an expert in leadership development and recognized leader in personal development and peak performance strategies. With over three decades of experience against his name, he has been teaching entrepreneurs, educators, corporate leaders, celebrities and people from all walks of life how to love what they do and create the life they desire.

Today, Tony regularly consults private clients and attends different speaker sessions in his hometown and out of it where he teaches about the ways to become emotionally intelligent and how you can benefit the most from it. Apart from being a renowned speaker, he is also a business success mentor, an expert in transformational life coaching and the co-creator of multi-award-winning Living My Illusion real-life coaching documentary that has become an instant global phenomenon. To privately consult with him, hire him for a speaker session, or attend his Vital Planning for Elevated Living life optimizing seminar, visit his website https://tonyselimi.com.

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