• Emotional Intelligence

  • 21 Most Effective Tips and Tricks on Self Awareness, Controlling Your Emotions, and Improving Your EQ
  • By: Ryan James
  • Narrated by: Sam Slydell
  • Length: 1 hr and 38 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 10-18-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ryan James
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (161 ratings)

Regular price: $6.95

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Publisher's Summary

Do you want to overcome stress? Do you want to learn to assert yourself? Do you want to be understood? Do you want to understand other people? These are just some of the concerns that developing your emotional intelligence will address.

Having a high intelligence quotient may not be enough to achieve success. Psychologists say that emotional intelligence affects performance. It has a huge impact on your professional success. A study conducted by TalentSmart shows that emotional intelligence or IE (popularly known as EQ) is the biggest predictor of job performance. That's because emotional intelligence is the foundation of all critical skills - empathy, anger management, assertiveness, flexibility, accountability, communication, presentation skills, and stress tolerance. Over 90% of the people who are doing well at work also have high emotional intelligence.

The good news is you can develop emotional intelligence. This book contains practical and easy to follow steps that will help increase your emotional intelligence. In this book, you'll learn:

  • What emotional intelligence is
  • Traits of people with high emotional intelligence
  • Traits of people with low emotional intelligence
  • 21 practical tips that will help you increase your emotional intelligence
  • How to set personal boundaries
  • How to get to know yourself deeply
  • How to increase your optimism and resilience
  • Real stories of people with low and high emotional intelligence
  • 30 empathy statements
  • 100 techniques to help you beat stress
  • And more!

It's time to get out of the emotional roller coaster that you're in. This book will help you understand and manage your emotions. This book will help increase your self-control, conscientiousness, adaptability, motivation, and trustworthiness. Most of all, this book helps you understand other people more so that you can build deeper and more meaningful relationships.

©2017 Ryan James (P)2017 Ryan James

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absolute guide

This is a remarkable book, emotions are a part of our genetic makeup, but mastering control over them is what we are never taught but have to experience them, learn how to adjust or accept to continue with the momentum of life & If you believe in personal growth then this book is a must read to improve your EQ & having Emotional intelligence is one of the fundamentals roots that builds a solid character.

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packed very informative

Packed with some really good information. If you're a social scientist of ANY type you'll really enjoy this book and find it informative.

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cool

A lot of fun points. Such as, people continually stuff their heads with worthless data (news addiction), and the myth of the importance of the rational mind. Definitely some new ways of looking at the world. Learning about submodalities was also very useful, and acquainting emotions I am very sure of with visualizations. These days I am getting hardcore into visualizing as a way to pump up my motivation levels on a daily basis, which has doubled my productivity so far – so this is a good book if you’re doing anything similar with your life.

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Not the best choice for an audible

I was hoping for something with more meat to it, but should probably have realized that with a listening time of 1,5 hours it can't go into too much detail.
This book has a lot of lists, and a hard copy book might make more sense to use for reference rather than trying to listen to it.
I'm sorry to say this, but the narrator sounds as if a computer is reading it.

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USEFUL BOOK

If you want to learn the information about Positive Affirmations this book is for you. I learned a lot of helpful information for me. I liked this book very much. This book is very interesting and full of useful information. It is well written and easy to understand. This book is very actual and useful for every people nowadays. I'm glad to have this book in my library. I highly recommend this guide for those in need of this type of information

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nice book

Excellent book. I listen it for my seminary class. I was not enjoying the early chapters on anatomy of brain; that's just not my wheelhouse. But the sociological and psychological stuff was profound.

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important guide

Very interesting and informative. Understanding emotional intelligence is really important. You will know why people behave the way they do. It will be very helpful if you want to be a good leader

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bunch of knowledge

This book offers a bunch of knowledge about human emotions and great explanations on all kinds of ''why'' questions. Whoever wants to have a content life needs to listen, understand, adopt and practice all that has been said in this book. It will change your life

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exellent bookk

I am a quarter of the way through this book and love it. Emotional Intelligence is a recommended by a Communications professor. I am glad I made this purchase.

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must have

This book is a MUST HAVE in any home/office library ...then we learn how to "educate" our emotions and became " emotionally intelligent "...really help me ..I would SERIOUSLY recommend this book

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  • Ezzah
  • 03-29-18

Just what i needed!!

It's time to get out of the emotional roller coaster that you're in. This book will help you understand and manage your emotions. This book will help increase your self-control, conscientiousness, adaptability, motivation, and trustworthiness. Most of all, this book helps you understand other people more so that you can build deeper and more meaningful relationships.

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  • Elizabeth
  • 03-29-18

A good collection

Emotional Intelligence is a recommended by a Communications professor. I am glad I made this purchase.

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  • Olivia
  • 03-29-18

BEST AUDIO BOOK

A fantastic explanation of the biological workings of the brain, and its relationship to outward emotional expression and interpersonal relationships.

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  • NabilaBarry
  • 03-29-18

Recommended!

This book is very actual and useful for every people nowadays. I'm glad to have this book in my library. I highly recommend this guide for those in need of this type of information

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  • Hannah
  • 03-29-18

Practical Work.

I like the practical work that can be used immediately. Yes, the voice did sound computer generated, but it was easy to hear and follow.

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  • ROSY
  • 03-27-18

cool

`A lot of fun points. Such as, people continually stuff their heads with worthless data (news addiction), and the myth of the importance of the rational mind. Definitely some new ways of looking at the world. Learning about submodalities was also very useful, and acquainting emotions I am very sure of with visualizations. These days I am getting hardcore into visualizing as a way to pump up my motivation levels on a daily basis, which has doubled my productivity so far – so this is a good book if you’re doing anything similar with your life.

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  • reema
  • 03-27-18

Fantastic work

Maybe the best book I have read so far on emotional intelligence.So far im very much enjoying the book

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  • Riswana
  • 03-27-18

very interesting!!!

Required listening for my Emotional Intelligence class at the school of business. I wish more people would read this and work on increasing their EQ. Easy to understand and helpful.

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  • patrick
  • 03-27-18

MUST HAVE and listen!!

Some great research and principles, this should be taught in schools and business. The world would be a much happier, more peaceful and more productive place. I really like how they have the easy to digest half and the deep science and research half.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-01-18

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A little mundane in parts but overall a good listen. I'd also add a little short for the money spent but informative nonetheless