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    According to Goleman and Denhardt, the four components of emotional intelligence are self-management, self-awareness, social awareness, and social skills. The first component is self-management. The book states that self-management is “the ability to control or redirect disruptive impulses and moods and regulate your own behavior coupled with a propensity to pursue goals with energy and persistence.” There are seven competencies that deal with this component. Those competencies are…

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    Self Awareness Definition

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    importance of emotional intelligence, we are able to identify these emotions and learn how to deal with them. Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand oneself and others, being able to relate to people, and adapting and coping with the immediate surroundings to be more successful. It is the individual’s overall ability to function within social or group settings like reading the emotions of other people, responding to their needs, and being able to communicate effectively. Emotional…

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    J. D. Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye, is a coming of age novel, narrated by Holden Caulfield a 17 year old teenager grappling with his transition into adulthood. Throughout the novel Holden tells us of his triumphs but mostly of his tribulations. Holden’s critical tone sets the mood for the novel in which he is constantly snarky and spiteful. Holden’s repetitive speech patterns demonstrate that his inability to change his ways of constantly criticizing everyone ultimately reflects his depression…

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    Steroids Vs Boys

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    Six packs, steroids, growth pills, protein shakes, heavy weight lifting, sweating until you puke, plastic surgery… and literally killing yourself without any notice all for one goal: “The Ideal Body”. What is the ideal body? The ideal body is the body in which society is satisfied with. Have you ever come across the idea of how you could feel comfortable in your own skin? Now days, this is impossible. Boys are having insecurity issues, more than girls and this is creating a huge amount of chaos…

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    up EQ include: emotional identification, perception and expression, emotional facilitation of thought, emotional understanding, and emotional managing. In order to have a good relationship or simple communication, the aforementioned qualities should partake in the way we carry ourselves. Emotional identification allows us to identify the emotions of others and our own, emotional perception is the ability to perceive the effects of emotions and how they influence us, and emotional expression…

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    Anxious Politics

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    The 2016 election has been quite a controversial and emotional election, leading to various debates and major shifts in people’s opinions. As a result, the professors at the University of Texas at Austin decided to provide critical insight to freshman students on how to become an active citizen in participating in this year’s presidential election. Mark Updegrove, Bethany Albertson, and Michael Stoff took the stage at Bass Concert Hall to provide freshman knowledge on voting, anxiety in politics…

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    for us. It included eight different categories, which covered Emotional Intelligence, Leadership Style, etc,. Actually, people usually had hard time to search one’s conscience without the help of outsiders. Perhaps, any processes in our life such as studying in school, looking for a job, furthermore, these Self-assessment Exercises did very good job at analyzing human behavior. The first Self-assessment Exercises I took is Emotional Intelligence, my score is 37 out of 50, this could be my…

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    the concept of employee involvement as it relates to motivation. The second portion of this paper explores the emotional intelligence governed by leadership. The background for this research derives from the textbook, class lectures, scholarly articles, and faith integration. The conclusion of this discussion aids, to understand the significance in employee involvement and emotional intelligence. BUSINESS ISSUES…

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    A Great Dislike for Intellectuals “[I]ntellectuals constantly see their efforts trivialized in the rush to lavish compliments elsewhere,” (759). This is a statement from Grant Penrod’s article, Anti-Intellectualism: Why We Hate the Smart Kids, that creates a strong inquiry as to why the problem occurs. His article presents an in-depth exploration of the reasons. Penrod starts off the article by stating that an Arizona high school football team was praised for their championship, but that the…

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    Rogers’s person-centered theory states that people have a basic need for high self-regard and if unhindered can organize their inner and outer experiences into one integrated self through a self-actualization process (Nugent, p. 94). One who has unhealthy social or psychological involvements impedes oneself from achieving self-actualization and can experience conflicts in articulating their basic needs. It was Carl Rogers theory that stated, that humans have the ability to resolve their…

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