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The 5 Dimensions Emotional Intelligence Circular Infographic

Emotional intelligence is a concept proposed by psychologists in the 1990s. It is also divided into five dimensions, each corresponding to different psychological characteristics. Can do very well, is a high EQ person. How many of the following five dimensions have you achieved?

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  1. Self Awareness: the ability to understand your emotions -- in fact, very few people can do that. Many people have negative emotions in their lives for no apparent reason. They feel very depressed, anxious and uncomfortable, but they can't figure out why. Some people actually know the reason, but dare not face their own heart, so they have been deceiving themselves, living in hypocrisy.

  2. Handling Emotion: the ability to deal with your emotions - Once you understand your emotions, the next step is to learn how to deal with them. It's important to note that dealing with emotions and

    not to suppress the emotions, but to use appropriate methods to allow the emotions to be relieved, do not produce further psychological hazards.

  3. Self-motivation ability - When a person is faced with a major setback, if there is no self-motivation ability, it is likely to fall down and sink. Self-motivation is actually an inner healing power. It reflects whether a person's psychological drive is strong enough and deep enough to cope with external harm.

  4. Empathy: The ability to understand other people's emotions - Emotional intelligence includes not only self-improvement, but also interaction with others. Because people are always social animals, in any case, it is inevitable to communicate with others emotionally. Therefore, being able to recognize other people's emotions and understand what they really think is also a very important part of emotional intelligence. This helps us communicate better with others, which in turn helps us understand ourselves better.

  5. Social Awareness - Interpersonal skills are actually based on understanding the emotions of others, we need to follow some common rules, avoid doing things that are easy to offend others. If you encounter conflicts, you can use reasonable methods to solve problems properly. At the same time know how to protect their rights and interests from infringement.

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5 Dimensions of emotional intelligence


  • Know your own mood and how you feel about it

  • Know your own emotional strengths and weaknesses

  • Know words (signs) for your feelings

  • Know what action options you have (what you can do about your feelings)

Handling Emotions

  • Know how to handle upset feelings

  • Know how to calm yourself

  • Know how to control impulses

  • Know how to stay positive under pressure

  • Know how to be flexible


  • Able to set your own goals and work to achieve those goals

  • Able to set small steps to achieve large goals

  • Able to continue to work despite frustration (perseverance)

  • Able to follow through and finish tasks (persistence)


  • Able to read and understand other people’s feelings

  • Able to read body language

  • Able to take another’s perspective

  • Want to help others who are hurt or sad

Social Skills

  • Able to get along with others

  • Able to work well in groups and teams

  • Able to make and keep friends

  • Able to solve problems and conflicts with others

  • Able to interact appropriately with different people in different situations

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