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Unformatted text preview: practitioners. I am driven by my emotions, at times, but I have learned how to place my emotions in the position of being the car while my intelligence is in the driver seat, seeing everything (facts and research) around me, and then making a fully thought out decision. It is a stressful position to be in sometimes controlling my emotions and placing the facts in front. In the process of improving my skills of analysis, I am still learning newer and better ways of evaluating situations and circumstances. I believe that emotional intelligence is a very important factor in my pursuit for establishing an even playing ground that borrows from my own personal experiences as well as the evidence I use to relate occurrences. Inevitably, my emotional drive for success will always remain my apparatus for the completion of my personal goals....
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- Spring '10