People Who Confuse These 5 Similar Words Have Very Low Emotional Intelligence

What if I told you that thinking hard about five simple words could develop your emotional intelligence, and improve some of your most important relationships?

It’s the type of practical exercise I explore in my free ebook, Improving Emotional Intelligence 2021: How to Get What You Want in Business and In Life, which you can download here.

The words describe types of relationships. They’e sYou already know these words. In fact, you might even use them interchangeably without thinking. They’re about labels and relationships. 

Each word describes a different kind of positive relationship, but using them correctly creates guiderails, making it easier to stay in control during your interactions with people.

Let’s go to the five words. We’ll quickly summarize their definitions, explain why people get tripped up on them, and explore how thinking in an emotionally intelligent way about them will benefit you.

Just 5 similar words

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How to Choose a Guardian for Your Child

No one could ever love your children quite like you do. But in the unlikely event that both you and your partner pass away, it’s important to have a guardian named in your will (the only place where this directive can be given) who can care for your children in your absence.

Deciding who this special person should be may feel overwhelming, but it’ll save your children, legal dependents and other loved ones a lot of stress and additional grief later on. That’s why we’ve created a list of important things to consider as you make this decision.

As you think through who you’d like to care for your children in your absence, keep the following factors in mind when choosing a guardian:

1. Values and religious preference

If you have strong feelings about things such as religion, philanthropy or even politics that you want your children to be exposed … Read more

How 2020 Has Rewarded Key Workers

The past year has been difficult for many of us, and is one we don’t want to repeat. This is especially true for key workers across the UK who have led the fight against the coronavirus. According to the ONS, around 33 per cent of the UK workforce were in key worker occupations and industries in 2020.

 

NHS staff, educational professionals, and supermarket staff continued their work throughout 2020. Their dedication has been welcomed by the public and private sector organisations, who have aimed to show appreciation for their work. Between virtuous signs of gratitude, morale-boosting offers, and investments into their futures, we look at how key workers have been rewarded in 2020 and what it means for their lives and work.

 

Recognition from home

Appreciation for our key workers has never been greater. National lockdowns across the UK highlighted the sectors which the public depend on every day. Supermarket … Read more

Ethereum Price Prediction: ETH/USD Jumps to $1359 Resistance as Bulls Eyeing $1500

ETH Price Prediction – January 28

Ethereum (ETH) looks unstoppable, gaining a lot of market dominance like BTC which is ready to break $35k.

ETH/USD Market

Key Levels:

Resistance levels: $1600, $1700, $1800

Support levels: $1000, $900, $800

ETHUSD – Daily Chart

ETH/USD is seen trading at $1344 after recording an intraday high at $1359 today. The Ethereum (ETH) is gaining over 8{998ff540fe94a59c7c9828c4dd5223100610db67cea90947d11644c77e05f5f4} since the beginning of the day and touches the daily high of $1359.92. Presently, Ethereum price is changing hands above the 9-day and 21-day moving averages amid strong bullish bias. While the bulls seem to have hit a pause button, for the time being, ETH/USD may be poised for a stronger recovery as several key technical levels are left behind.

Where is Ethereum Price Going Next?

ETH/USD can be expected to rise to $1500 over the next few days while the on-going trend may move a little … Read more

5 Cybersecurity Tips for Small Businesses for 2021

Many small businesses are sitting ducks for cyberattacks. While large companies may be more likely to face advanced persistent threat (APT) hackers or more complex attacks, many have invested substantial resources in preventing them. Small firms simply lack the security infrastructure of large corporations. They’re also more likely to outsource certain functions to third-party vendors, which can also fall victim to cybercrime. 

Which is why it isn’t a surprise that the influx of cyberattacks during the pandemic disproportionately targeted small businesses. Luckily, there are steps small companies can take to protect themselves from breaches. Inc. spoke to Adam Hunt, chief technology officer and chief data scientist at RiskIQ, and Phyllis Newhouse, the founder and CEO of cybersecurity firm Xtreme Solutions, in a recent Inc. stream event to find out more. 

1. Don’t underestimate your company’s value to hackers.

Small companies may kid themselves into believing their operation isn’t

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