Why is Emotional Intelligence important for success?
Every single person who trained seriously with our Micro Expressions Training increased their Emotional Intelligence (EQ) with an average of 10% in 4 hours. Did you know from a research by Goleman published in Harvard Business Review in ’98 that “Emotional Intelligence is twice as important as technical and cognitive skills combined for a successful career”?
Today, you can increase your EQ too with this program. Once you achieve over 90% on each emotion recognition test inside the training, your Emotional Intelligence will have increased, because you can just see what other people feel.
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This is what our EQ Study participants say:
“METV opened my eyes up to a whole new language and
I felt like I was developing a sixth sense
During client pitches, I began to look for when people were in agreement with me and when I needed to change tact. When I was discussing the importance of body language in a meeting, one client asked me, ok then, so what am I thinking? And I told him. He was gob smacked and then said, send me a proposal!
I still have a long way to go and realise that this is just start of a new journey in becoming more mindful of the world around me and learning a whole new subconscious language.”
METV score: 51
METV score: 92
Michelle (Hawkins) Collins
“I believe my improvement comes from attempting to feel the emotions of another person. In order to recognize another’ persons expression, I found myself trying to replicate the emotion for myself. METV was a great way to practice this valuable skill
, now I try to do the same in my daily interactions.”
METV score: 41
METV score: 91
“I really liked working with METV. The training gave me the confidence that I can read emotions on the faces of people I’m working with so that I can monitor whether I’m effective in persuasion. It gives me more confidence when I have to negotiate.
The METV program has given me access to a whole new world of intimate, subconscious information about what people really feel and want. I’m very pleased with the quick results I could accomplish with the program.”
METV score: 39
METV score: 96
Details about our Emotional Intelligence Study:
93 Volunteers participated. Participants did first a MSCEIT test (the best and most used EQ Test for research purposes) to assess their Emotional Intelligence. Then they trained over 2 weeks with our METV program (Micro Expressions Training Videos). Every person who trained with METV over 4 hours and achieved easily scores above 90% on the emotional recognition test inside METV, increased their Emotional Intelligence between 3% to 20%. Their EQ was tested again with the same MSCEIT test. EQ Scores of the control group who did a MSCEIT test before and after 2 weeks, without training with METV, did not increase.
What do the METV % scores mean?
The maximum you can achieve on METV is 100%. Skilled persons achieve around 80%. Experts around 90%.
Interpretation of MSCEIT EQ scores:
>=70 and < 90: Consider Developing your EQ
>=90 and < 110: Competent
>=110 and < 130: Skilled
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