The Manager

There opens a unique opportunity to develop emotional intelligence: childhood and adolescence are two critical moments, but at maturity the most people can educate with advantage their emotions. The Manager committed to achieving results in everything that promotes in its growth, and help others to achieve it, the basic emotional structure can be modified by a decision of conscience and some practice: neurological circuits involved can be altered or be reinforced by the repetition of certain habits. There opens a unique opportunity to develop emotional intelligence. Childhood and adolescence are two critical moments, but at maturity the most people can educate with advantage their emotions. Learning is capable of shaping, ultimately, some important aspects of emotional reality individual and collective. Emotional fitness cannot be improved overnight overnight, because the emotional brain takes weeks to months to change their habits, not hours and days. Some practice is required to reach the point at which a new habit replaces another. Clinical studies on changes in behaviour show that the more time passes a person to strive for change, more durable will be that change.

When the person has an effective knowledge about emotional intelligence you can channel, direct and apply their emotions, thus allowing them to work for and not against his personality. In this way, the emotions can guide all attitudes of our life towards thoughts and constructive habits, that improve the final results we want to achieve in absolute form. The modern Manager definitively in the present tense is subjected every day, even in his routine to stimuli affecting in their behaviour, conduct, personality and where you should already know properly handle their emotions, their feelings and balanced, act in such a way that manage, knows them not that emotions drive and thus avoid results that do not favor anyone.

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