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    In Jeannette Walls, The Glass Castle, Brian would be the character most likely to survive the Hunger Games based on his willingness to fight, his logical reasoning, and his emotional detachment. Brian is willing to get into a fight, and he is willing to take on people that are much larger than him in both stature and number. When Rose Mary, their mother, is ready to have her fourth child, the Walls family moves to Blythe in order to be near a hospital. Because all of the children have had an odd upbringing, they do not fit in at their new school. Jeanette struggles especially, and is beat up one afternoon in alleyway on her way home from school by four Mexican girls. Once Brian hears about Jeanette being beat up, he immediately jumps into action,…

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    Little by little, technology has become so interwoven in millennial’s lives, that their overdependence on it is leading to significant emotional, intellectual, and social, consequences. On an emotional level, technology overindulgence has led to escalating levels of stress, anxiety, and depression, along with a warped sense of reality and desensitization. ’Digital dementia’ has sadly been coined to depict the negative intellectual fallout of poor memory, deteriorating cognitive capacity, and…

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    “Social support represents an important individual resource that has been associated with multiple indices of adaptive functioning and resiliency” (Di Fabio, 2015). This can lead to emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence allows us to understand our character and our personality traits. With social support, it allows us to be accepted for who we are and our differences. “Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize your emotions, understand what they 're telling you, and realize…

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    Emotional Intelligence also known as “EQ” is a very important skill that not everyone has had one that cannot be taught and learned easily. It is like a skill that we develop through our life that we never notice. EQ is the way we manage our emotions and how we communicate with others. Everyone has an EQ but some are higher than others how high is yours? For example, People who never laugh or make everything into a joke have a low EQ. And people with a strong EQ never have the motive to say “I…

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    Emotional Intelligence A high level of emotional intelligence is key to a successful future – both personally and professionally. The ability to analyze the emotions of oneself and others’ and act accordingly based on the observations aids each individual exponentially. Emotional intelligence is made up of a few key qualities that especially benefit professionals in specific fields. Harnessing and expanding my emotional intelligence at Velvet Moth Photography has aided in making my time with…

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    went through several emotional conflicts, was never truly happy or satisfied with her life. She was always trying to find that magical moment that changed everything, but she never found it. Likewise, Maria transformed as events occurred in her life; however, these changes did not benefit her as she was emotionally unstable at the end. Maria’s failure to resolve her emotional issues is caused by events in her childhood. For example, “since her father drank (they always do), she probably folded…

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    This paper has been formulated to explore the four components of Emotional Intelligence (EI), and how they aid leaders achieve strategic goals that support organizational goals and visions. In doing so research is conducted on the leader styles of transactional and transformational leader’s are compared and contrasted. The research discerns how EI factors as a critical skillset for communicating the organization’s mission and vision statement to employees in a synergistic approach that garners…

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    al. hypothesized that positive emotions can be transmitted to the employee’s partner and that positive vigor and dedication are positively related to happiness. This study is one of the only to explore happiness in regards to translation to a partner with association to work. In empirical terms, the study aimed to explore if daily work events and the attitude influenced by those events are carried home in the form of happiness. Their results concluded that the “positive effects of work…

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    determine if it is a threat, putting an action plan into place and then making an emotional response if elicited based on personal value or life concerns (Hutchinson, 2015). Dasani’s middle school has a low percentage of children living in homeless shelters. She if often subjected to wearing secondhand DASANI’S ASSESSMENT 3 and soiled clothing. Initially, she hears friends bragging about phones and…

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    Introduction: Emotions at work have attracted a fair amount of attention from scientist and practitioners over the past decades. One of the topics is emotional labour which was introduced by Hochschild (1983). The concept of emotional labour has many aspects to it such as surface acting, deep acting, intensity of emotional display, the duration of emotional display, range of emotional display, automatic emotion regulation and many more. Their effects on an employee’s work satisfaction, their…

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