Being Human — The EI/EQ Angle!

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If I were to ask you, “What is that one thing, you believe is the most rewarding aspect of us humans and our lives?”, what would be your answer?

I believe it’s the ability to relate to each other, to be human, to act human, and find immense satisfaction in being of service to another.

Back in 1985, Wayne Payne introduced the concept of emotional intelligence as a part of his doctoral…

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