- An intelligent child might do well in professional career.
- A smart child may perform well in academics and studies.
- An academically skilled child is oriented towards a scholarly attitude.
- An intelligent child who is rich in IQ but poor in EQ may not be a successful person in leading a life free of tension and stress.
- A child who is poor in emotional intelligence, may not understand others and in addition, he or she may not develop a sense of self-awareness.
- A child that is poor in emotional skills may not develop social and emotional competence at all.
- An emotionally stable child has very good social skills and he or she can lead life free of stress, strain, pressure and deep emotions. In other words, mental health in such children may be very good.
- An emotionally competent child can survive with greater societal challenges and strife.
- An emotionally stronger child is adept in adjusting his or her life to changing situations and scenarios.
- A child who has better emotion quotient can easily manage emotions in a better manner.
- A child who is poor in IQ may not be able to succeed in a professional world that demands academic and scholarly skills.
- A child with poor IQ may find a traditional classroom very boring and difficult.
Any comparison should end here because a child of today's world should be brought up with both of these intelligences. Both IQ and EQ are just like right and left eyes. One cannot exist without the other although EQ is still preferred a little higher. Emotional intelligence is often referred to as a “life saving skill” meaning it either makes or breaks the life of a person. Goleman, the noted proponent of EQ, discusses various factors that make up emotional intelligence.