Emotional Intelligence

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Types of Online Shoppers and How to Get Them to Buy

You’ve built and launched your e-commerce site. You’ve set your target market. You’ve got everything in place. What’s next? You need to understand the psychology of your customers—how your market thinks and behaves. Delving deeper into the impact of psychology on consumer behavior can help boost your e-commerce sales. No two shoppers are exactly the … Continue reading

Ten Scientific Reasons Why You’re Feeling Depressed

By Melanie Greenberg, Ph.D. in The Mindful Self-Express Courtesy: Are you waking up just feeling “blah”?  Like you don’t want to do anything except lie like a couch potato and watch TV, and even that is unsatisfying?  You not only feel low energy, but kind of miserable.  Perhaps you’re mad at yourself for not getting … Continue reading

Infographic: Why Relationships Matter in Modern Selling

Technology has changed the way we do business. It has changed the way we interact with our clients, partners, colleagues and employers. In a world where information is more readily available than every before, it’s obvious that the practice of sales has changed forever. If you’re a sales professional, you can relate to the ongoing … Continue reading

Leveraging Social Media: Social Media Marketing and its affect on Marketing and Branding

Leveraging social media for audience trafficking and brand promotion is now a need of time. As the business gets competitive over last decade, the right channel to reach maximum audience is prior concern for today’s strategic marketers. The growing significance of marketing and promotional efforts of company makes the cost of marketing high like never … Continue reading

Emotional Intelligence: Techniques to Achieve High Level of Emotional Intelligence (last part)

In my last two posts on emotional intelligence I tried to figure out the basic understanding of emotional intelligence. In this last part I will try to shape or determine few techniques that could help someone to achieve the high level of emotional intelligence. As we know, it’s not the smartest people that are the … Continue reading

Emotional Intelligence: Components and Emotional Competence Frameworks (Part-2)

In my last post on emotional intelligence I tried to give an overview of emotional intelligence. In this post I will try to gone through the components of emotional intelligence and the relative emotional competence framework. In the previous post I define EI as a form of intelligence relating to the emotional side of life, … Continue reading

Emotional Intelligence : Basic Overview (Part – 1)

In casual discussion with one of my friends on the correlation between “feelings” and “maturity”, I conclude the discussion with a statement that “feelings never get matured but the expression of feelings gets matured as people grown up and gain the so called maturity.” It may or may not right, it is my personal opinion… … Continue reading