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THREE IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT EQ from Dr. Daniel Goleman, author of several books on EQ and EQ in the workplace. EQ and IQ are not necessarily correlated – you don’t have to have a high IQ to have a high EQ and having a high IQ doesn’t indicate a high EQ. Example: the stereotype lab genius mixing the formulas and doing the complicated math problems. We can raise our EQ. We don’t know how much exactly of our IQ is what we’re born with and how much is influenced by upbringing, education, experience, etc. The research favors the nature side. But we do know that we can raise (or influence) our EQ. By learning and mastering the skills sets of EQ, we can have a higher EQ. The most important thing Goleman tells us is that it is EQ – far more than IQ – that determines our ability to be successful and happy in our lives. This is good news! It means every one of us has access to a high EQ (b/c it doesn’t matter what our IQ is). It means we can learn the skills and raise our EQ – and by doing so, we increase our potential for happiness and success in our lives!