Emotional intelligence is the state above the IQ that includes self-control, resilience, and the ability to motivate oneself. Further, vital ethical positions in life are a derivative of underlying emotional capabilities. Those who lack self-control exhibit moral deficiency and less of emotional intelligence. The ability to master impulse is the anchor of will and character. The ability to apply empathy in relationships, the ability to unpack underlying emotions in your constituents, and lacking a sense of despair forms the very basis of caring. Morality calls for self-restraint, compassion, self-awareness, self-discipline, compassion, the art of listening, resolving conflicts, and collaboration.

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