IQ or EQ, which one is a better predictor of your child’s success?

As parents, we want to give our child the best possible start in life and that begins with nurturing their intelligence. Throughout history, the notion of success has been linked to academic intelligence. However, there has been an increased awareness on the importance of emotional intelligence.

This question gets at the heart of the never-ending discussion on the importance of Cognitive Intelligence (IQ) and Emotional Intelligence (EQ) when it comes to how well our kids would fare in life.

What’s the difference between IQ and EQ?

According to, IQ usually refers to your intellectual ability. Some of the most common elements of your IQ include your ability to:

  • use logic to solve problems
  • plan and strategize
  • understand abstract ideas
  • learn and adapt to change
  • grasp and use language

On the other hand, emotional quotient (EQ) generally refers to your ability to sense     emotion in yourself and in other people. It also refers to how you use that awareness to guide  your behavior. In general, if you have a high EQ, you may find it easier to:

  • identify emotions in yourself and others
  • empathize with other people
  • adapt your feelings and behavior to different situations
  • control your impulses
  • withstand temptations and delay gratification
  • resolve conflicts with others
  • communicate effectively

Complete the Missing Half?

Growing up, my parents always emphasized the need to do good in school and have even kept all my report cards in school up to this very day. To them, better grades equate to academic success.  Parents have been led to believe that IQ and physical development are the only major aspects of a child’s development. But recent studies point out the importance of EQ or emotional intelligence as part of a child’s holistic growth.

While moms are persistent in keeping their focus on IQ, we are now confronted with the fact that EQ should, in fact, be as important. While IQ matters, EQ is equally important for our children’s holistic development and that I won’t settle for half.

Fortunately, there’s a reliable way to nurture kids’ EQ growth. Enfagrow A+ Four Nurapro is the only one with the powerful brain-boosting combination of MFGM Pro and superior DHA levels* which can help raise your child’s IQ and EQ advantage—plus HMO 2’-FL to help support the immune system. MFGM Pro is a revolutionary discovery that aids EQ development. MFGM – Milk Fat Globule Membrane. It helps in the physical formation of your child’s cognitive development. It has healthy doses of Sphingomyelin and gangliosides to aid in brain formation. It also has Sterols to help regulate hormones that help in cognitive functions. High levels of DHA for IQ and MFGM Pro to advance EQ are found in Enfagrow A+ Four Nurapro.

With proper nutrition, stimulation, and Enfagrow A+ Four Nurapro, you can be confident that both EQ and IQ growth will have great progress. Every glass helps develop your child’s EQ, along with their body and IQ. A holistic growth that covers all bases (EQ+IQ) for your child’s growth. It has an even better Enfa-winning formula – now with the GAME-CHANGING combination of DHA, MFGM PRO, plus dual prebiotic blend of HMO and FOS. Enfagrow A+ Four Nurapro Four will help moms give their children a fulfilling childhood.

Indeed, the key to successful development is advancing your child’s IQ together with their EQ. Give your child a glass of Enfagrow A+ Four Nurapro everyday so that we can complete the missing half.

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