Although understanding understanding of emotional intelligence is one of the most important things in balancing both business and personal relationships, this personal development expression is difficult to determine. But in short, it can capture, invent and control both our emotions and the emotions of others.
Let us not forget that our decisions are based on our logical thinking but our emotions
Dr. John D. Mayer and Dr. Peter Salovey, two professors of psychology at the forefront of emotional intelligence research, have four main factors contributing to emotional intelligence.
Sensing Emotions: Identifying Your Feelings of Emotions and Others
Interpretation with emotions: Using emotions to decide what to look for and respond.
Understanding emotions: Declaring your emotions and other emotions to figure out what caused them and what they were able to do
Treatment of emotions: Checking emotions and responding with others
People with high emotional intelligence sensing, thinking, understanding and treating feelings in stressful situations. This helps them to use their communication skills effectively with others. They are generally able to make well-thought out decisions and to stick to them until their task is over. They can do this because they know what they want; they have a clear vision and a clear purpose. The emotionally intelligent people are motivated from the inside because they understand their feelings so there is no obstacle to stop them.
Now, when we understand the feelings of others, observing their communication style can help. Communicators have four main types: visual, audible, cynical and audible digital convention.
Because they are able to identify each one, they will increase communication skills, briefly summarize them:
1. The visual person uses a lot of visual, descriptive words like "do you see what I mean?" or "please look at the bigger picture."
They are primarily interested in how things "look".
When you talk to such people, ask questions by showing what you want to show them "seeing" in their imagination.
Never talk to a visual person in long monologues, otherwise your mind will start walking and losing them. The listener is easily disturbed by noise, but can repeat the words literally.
They learn to listen more easily and talk to the phone.
If someone is loud, he says things like "this sounds like a good idea." In that case, use the same language with them.
For example, if you want to sell something, you can say:
"Just listen to all the positive feedback we just get positive about our experience with our product / service."
3. The kinesthetic person is likely to be slower and "hellooooooooo" will go
This person learns to step by step learn and go through things  Kinesthetic people talk a lot about feelings like, "I feel like this." Again, it helps to use the same type of language against them, focusing on how things feel and others.
4th The audible digital communion communicator takes a lot of time to talk in their heads. They love procedures, steps, and formulas
They need to make sure things are understandable, so give them important details first.
Now as a personal development trainer, I think everyone can build emotional intelligence and communication skills. Investing in this kind of personal development helps to create a balanced life where you are successful in your business and happy in your relationships, so focus on your own emotions and communication styles as well as awareness about others.