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I have only ever loved two things, Jesus and learning. As a teenager, these two loves meant answering the call of just about any pastor who gave a passionate plea for response to service. After surrendering to youth, music, and missions’ ministry, over the course of several years, I figured out that the real call I heard was to a person and not to a profession

Emotional Intelligence is the capacity to manage one’s emotions and the emotions of others to enhance judgment and decision-making.  One of the most important attributes that leaders possess is an ability to share wisdom with followers while creating a vision and a direction for those being led. David Brooks, the author of The Social Animal, says we are not just autonomous rational beings who go around all day weighing costs and benefits. In fact this is rarely true.