This was very informative and inspiring. But much of what is expressed could be more concise and possibly have more impact with the majority of prospective reader: the 'some college but no Phd crowd. It took me so long to listen, I plan to also find a summary to make sure I remember the big ideas, such as the proof that moods (good or bad) are highly contageous.
I was particularly pleased that the author was balance with the altruistic possibilities vs some people are toxic and need to be avoided.
Loved this book. And I loved the audio reader.
Narration was fantastic, but about halfway through the author started repeating himself so much that I stopped listening three times in the course of 4 months. What I thought was going to be a delightful review of some Psychological findings ended up becoming a boring lecture, worded slightly differently about 10 times.
I enjoyed listening and learning from book.
Audio and narration was great. Since English is not my mother tongue, i find the narration easy to understand.
Content was great. Most of them were base on research.
If you're looking for a book to learn about social interaction ( based on science ) it is a good place to start.
This information is important to me personally, as well as in my career as a leader, educators, a boss and employee.
A small note. I think a bit less interpretive emphasis on the part of the reader might have been more true to the text.
This audiobook was a very interesting look into social intelligence. I was captivated by many of the studies and the conclusions. An excellent companion to Emotional Intelligence.
It was a good rhythm and you don't get bored easily
Emotions: freedom from anger, jealousy & fear by Osho, the reason is that it teaches you that you can control your emotions.
I have learned why I act in certain ways and how I can improve my life by understanding and handling those situations better.
Fuck you. I just want to get to my library, but it won't let me without writing this stupid review first