One of the biggest breakthroughs I had in my research was linked to emotional intelligence. I have attended seminars, bought courses, and read countless books that unified emotions, and classified them as either positive or negative.
If you feel anger, and you do something that can calm you down, then you compensate the emotional imbalance and you can start moving towards an emotionally intelligent state of mind. I came to realize, that emotional intelligence, as intelligent as it may seem, is the most ridicule and stupid concept that you can try to explain to people.
See intelligence can’t be so openly linked to emotions.
We know for a fact that when we make a stupid ass decision, we usually act based on emotions and not logic. When we’re logical on the other hand, we are able to steer ourselves towards a more resourceful outcome in any given situation. That is only if, we have the logical interpretative capacity to deal with the problem in the first place.
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When we add logic to emotions, we can create an emotional equation… Now what the heck do I mean by that right?
Emotions are not unified. They can not, and should not be classified based on the nature of the emotion, but its intensity. The frustration you feel when you spill a cup of coffee can not be compared, in terms of intensity, to the frustration you feel when you lose a friend or a partner.
The happiness you feel when you watch a kick-ass movie, is nothing compared to the happiness.. Heck to the joy you feel when you get your dream job.
That’s where it gets interesting.
When you’re frustrated about a spilled cup of coffee, and then you open your phone and realize that you got an email saying…