6 Things Mentally Strong People With High Emotional Intelligence Never Do

Mental strength is the weapon of success. Many believe it’s something people are born with, but it’s an easily debunked myth. Mental toughness is the product of emotional intelligence, or EQ, which is often considered to outweigh even intelligence quotient, or IQ. It is a flexible skill that can be improved with effort and for those who wish to possess this coveted skill, it is just as important to know what not to do, as it is to know what to do, to achieve it. Here are 6 things that mentally strong people with high emotional intelligence, EQ, never do –

Stay in their comfort zones

They are increasingly aware of their limits and are constantly taking on challenges to push their limits and master new things. Of course, keeping your eyes closed to your weaknesses is infinitely more comfortable because no one likes to see themselves falling short, but complacency never leads to high EQ!

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Let fear control them

It is often said that courage is nothing more than being afraid of something and doing it anyway. This is true, especially when it comes to one’s career, and can involve having fears such as public speaking or trying to get a promotion. Mentally strong people recognize their fears but move on and also realize that giving in to their reservations would mean certain doom; trying to overcome it at least gives them a fighting chance.

stop believing in yourself

They persevere through setbacks and learn from their mistakes instead of treating them as impenetrable barriers. They fight monotony and momentary feelings, as well as negative comments from others.

Hold grudges or stay with negative people

Grudges bring negative emotions and stress, which can have dramatic effects on a person’s health over time. Negativity also clouds judgment and distracts them from their true purpose. Likewise, being around toxic people can sap one of their energy levels. Motivated people know the difference between lending a listening ear and getting caught up in their emotional spiral of self-pity, and are careful not to toe the line.

Feel entitled or get jealous

Emotionally stable people understand that the world is a meritocracy and believe in working for opportunities rather than waiting to be served. They take responsibility for their successes and failures and do not feel envious of the triumphs of others because they are aware that the happiness of others does not take away from their achievements.

Let people dictate their happiness

Strong-minded people don’t compare their success to that of others. They know that each person is different and will have a different rate of success and failure. That said, they also don’t allow others to control their happiness. Their motivation to succeed is intrinsic and they take all outside advice with a grain of salt!

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