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Life is hard and there is many way to be able to do it more comfortable. Indeed, all of us are different and have different needs. That is why we should share with others we have to live with. But, even if I think it is good in some situation, it is not the case in some others. Because we are too different and it is just a dream, wonderful, but a dream to think we can avoid or resolve all the problems. Indeed, the theory seems great but in real life there will be some people who do not listen at us or want to share with us. There is nothing we can do about this but we have to deal with them. It can happen in a workplace or in a flat or in any living place.
The only way to get out of this trap is to stay cheerful and take it easy.
[...] Wolff (2001): “Everyone values a team that, when faced with a challenge, responds with a can-do attitude.” That can be a definition of “togetherness.” Together everything is possible. It is related to the unit's journal article because it is the role of a spiritual leader to make this happening. The spiritual leader is a model for others. This article is particularly interesting because it illustrates in a few pictures what should be leadership in teamwork. It's easy to understand the meaning of this. [...]
[...] And if we want to train our emotional intelligence so we have to train our heart. This article is quite interesting because it shows us relaxation is the key of knowledge. Indeed, how can we learn something if we are upset or angry? To develop our spiritual skills we have to be peaceful. But being peaceful in every moment is not simple. That demands effort from the people. The difficulty is maybe because of the way they have been raise. [...]
[...] Both represent leadership grounded in deeper values and a style that involves conscious service to those values. (Zohar But it explains there are also issues to complete the journey of being a spiritual leader. There are problems with interpersonal relationships and difficulty to change and adapt. In fact, some people in teamwork could have a low coefficient of emotional intelligence. That means the leader will have difficulties to impulse is vision to his workgroup. They can refuse the vision of the emotional leader. [...]
[...] After that, the author quotes Dana Zhoar (April 2001) and her work about the Spiritual Intelligence or SQ. SQ is linked to EQ because SQ is like the self-awareness described by Goleman but Zhoar added a sense of connection to the universe. That means if you know who you are, so you know you are connected with the entire universe. In that case, we are connected to others and we have to cultivate our inner strength to success in the world. [...]
[...] Binet and T. Simon in 1905 by calling it a “linear intelligence.” And it's only in 1995 when the EQ was popularized in the book “Emotional Intelligence” by D. Goleman than the concept really emerged. Goleman presents a model of EQ divided in 4 categories which are: self- awareness, other awareness, self-management and social skills. Those categories matched with those presented in the unit's journal article. Indeed, self-awareness means to know ourselves. Other awareness is to know the others, like being empathic. [...]
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