Tips to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence

Article Submitted by Herb Kimble

How’s your emotional intelligence? Are you someone who understands the value of positivity? Do you spread a positive aura in the workplace? If you feel you could be better, then this advice is for you. You’re already someone who understands that toxicity kills productivity. Let’s build on that foundation to improve your emotional intelligence.

Here’s some advice that is tried and true.

What’s Your Snap?

Learning how to snap yourself out of an emotional chaos is an important skill to know. You need to understand how to break routine, and how to stop yourself from making a small problem worse with over-worry. Try to cultivate your energy on something constructive. If you’re the type who has a busy mind, slow down with a book or a puzzle. Take up exercising, or a new physical hobby.

Create a Schedule

One way to feel more in control of your life is to physically take control. Set deadlines for yourself and hold yourself accountable. Try to schedule events in your calendar and use your phone for reminders.

When you don’t meet your expectations, figure out why and how you can get yourself back on track. Don’t let your efforts fall to the wayside!

Eat Better

Never underestimate the power of a good diet. Eating more fruits, veggies, and cutting out fatty foods will improve your energy and help with your fitness goals. Do your best to maintain a diet that is healthy and balanced.

Bio: Herb Kimble is both an entrepreneur and a film and television producer. His roots as an accomplished actor gave him a passion for the arts. Today, Herb Kimble is co-founder of CineFocus Productions and launching Urban Flix, an inclusive streaming company based in Los Angeles.