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Emotionally Intelligent People Refuse to Panic. Here's What They Do Instead

By refusing to panic, the crew of US Airways flight 1549 worked together to save 155 people. It's a remarkable lesson in emotional intelligence.

By JUSTIN BARISO, AUTHOR, EQ APPLIED, @JustinJBariso


Photo by Ingrid Taylar is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0



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