How do you use Emotional Intelligence in the construction business?

Answer: Emotions do not discriminate by age, race, or gender. They are equally classified into positives or negatives. High positive emotional intelligence is linked to empathy. It is present in high performers with good social skills, mental health, leadership skills, and customer service tendencies. Emotional drama is about unfolding intensity and conflict. Emotional Intelligence is about containing, interpreting, measuring, and managing emotions

Point: Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize and manage your emotions, as well as the emotions of others, without getting too emotional about it.


Why does it take courage to be successful in the construction industry?

Answer: Courage is a requisite for the mastery of fear, risk, and
intimidation. Courage is an attribute of good character and is a virtue that is held in high esteem along with justice, wisdom, prudence, and temperance. Courage is also about trusting your intuition, standing
up to what is wrong and speaking your mind. Courage makes you worthy of respect, so every day that you are fearful, take action against it. Understand that fear seeks only to hold you back: step into your courage and see your life expand.

Point: Courage is having the guts to face fear when you are afraid.