Emotional Skills Assessment Process

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Before reading the textbook Emotional Intelligence I was already aware of the several areas of deficiency. I lack assertion, I feel awkward in certain social situations, and I struggle with bouts of low self-esteem. All of which, were confirmed through the Emotional Skills Assessment Process. The book provided an opportunity for me to explore my emotional mind and understand the definition of emotional intelligence, how to repair it, and how to monitor and manage it. This book taught me that our minds are shaped by how we process and relate to important events and feelings we experience in life. Even though I cannot pick and choose my emotions, I can decide on how to express them. The book although small contains a wealth of information used in developing the skills needed to make transformations by teaching what needs to be learned and how to incorporate it into making positive personal changes. Emotions are natural feelings, but without intentional behavior or intelligent self-direction, reactions…show more content…
Stagnation stage, which I learned that when compared to the emotional skills assessment it’s the process of understanding and using emotional intelligence skills to increase productivity and satisfaction by applying the emotional system to renew and achieve excellence. That is exactly what this book has taught me. I now understand the importance of emotional intelligence and how to develop it to achieve the short-term and long-term goals that I have recently set. Perhaps I will refer back to the Emotional Learning System on occasion, but I will definitely continue to follow what I think is the best advice provided in the book, which is “Personal, academic, and career excellence is an individual, ongoing process that you have to define and direct. The process involves failures, learning, relearning, and personal changes.” That pretty much wraps up the whole book in my
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