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Texas A&M professor studies emotional intelligence, compares it to IQ

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Posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 12:24 am, Sun Aug 4, 2013.

Having been told that his plane had left him at the airport in Nairobi, Kenya, Texas A&M professor Fred Nafukho smiled and asked what his options were.

Another man, infuriated, hit his luggage and yelled at the airline staff.

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2 comments:

  • emotkat posted at 1:27 pm on Sun, Aug 4, 2013.

    emotkat Posts: 1

    Shared on Facebook. My easy Emotional Fitness Exercises are one way to improve you EI or EQ. Here's a quick one. Practice Gratitude. Say Thank you either outloud, by liking something on social media, or thanking inanimated objects in your head. Aim to say "Thank You" a 100 times a day, So thank you the Eagle, Andrea, Fred, Google alerts, my computer, and the internet.

     
  • Allen Academy Parent Since 1998 posted at 9:29 am on Sun, Aug 4, 2013.

    Allen Academy Parent Since 1998 Posts: 1

    I could not agree more, and am so proud to be associated with a school (Allen Academy in Bryan) that is on the forefront of EQ development for children in our community. Allen students learn to develop their EQ skills as early as PK and teachers and administrators continue to develop these skills all the way through 12th grade. I have seen it work first hand with my own child who started at Allen as a 3 year-old and who is entering twelfth grade this fall. She has truly blossomed at Allen!
    I sincerely wish every child could part-take in the EQ development program we have at Allen called RRO (Rights, Responsibilities and Outcomes).
    Thank you to the author and editor of the Eagle for providing time and space for this important topic. [thumbup]

     

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