No plan is worth the paper it is printed on unless it starts you doing something. People with a highly developed emotional intelligence know that you CAN’T EAT PLANS. The decision to execute is where emotionally intelligent people do differ and that is because of one of the skills of emotional intelligence called emotional reasoning. Emotional reasoning is about using the information in feelings (from yourself and others) when decision-making. It involves considering your own and others’ feelings when making decisions, combining the information in feelings with facts and technical information, and communicating this decision-making process to others.