I am sure you guys can come up with several names or slogans but what it all boils down to is Emotional Intelligence (EI). Recognizing that you may not like a person or a situation, and still being able to maintain, progress, and/or move forward.
After a few months of working with at-risk adolescent young men at Elmcrest Children's Center I experienced my very first "ah ha" moment when it comes to EI, while working with a young man from Madison County who was struggle with the structure of our Cottage (he would throw furniture, break windows, break gaming consoles, you name it). A major component to EI is active listening, after conversing for some time with this young man, he finally said to me "dude do you know how annoying it is to wake up every day around Brainwave Shots Review all of these black people." Shock does not begin to describe how I felt in that moment, but thanks to all of my training on EI the only words that came out of my mouth were "I can understand that this is a new environment for you and it might take some time to get adjusted, but we are all here to help ensure that you go home much better off than the way you arrived."
After that encounter with the young man I dedicated all of my free time to studying EI, so much so that it became second nature to me. Through dedicating my time reading, writing, and presenting on EI I noticed that many people are not familiar with Emotional Intelligence, and the things it can do for the relationships you have.