Be good at school doesn't necessary means be able to work

February 8, 2014, 1:06 pm

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A student's excellent academic achievement at school is not always a guarantee of a successful career. It shows only his intellectual Quotient (IQ) while to be successful, he also needs to be good at Emotional Intelligence (EI), EI is an ability to manage one's emotion and also manage other people's emotion. I have ever heard about a person who keeps his changing job, just because he is temperamental and always has conflicts with his boss. Actually, he had a good academic achievement when he was in school, but he lacks Emotional Intelligence. As a result, he cannot settle with one job.

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