Self-control is a necessary skill but difficult to master. But it's important: Good self-control is the hallmark of emotional intelligence, and it directly affects your level of productivity.
Travis Bradberry, Forbes contributor, discusses 12 behaviors of those who are able to keep themselves under control and productive. "Some are obvious, others counterintuitive, but all will help you minimize those pesky failures to boost your productivity," he writes.
The 12 behaviors include:
From the Berger Leadership Blog, written by Dan Berger, President and CEO, NAFCU (@BDanBerger)