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Emotional Intelligence and Agility

Learn How to Be Smart About Your Feelings
Narrated by: Jordan Thomas
Length: 1 hr and 13 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Having a high score in your IQ is something you can be proud of, however, without a good level of emotional balance then you are only half-way in your life-satisfaction journey.

As you will learn in this short book, emotional balance can be accomplished through emotional intelligence and emotional agility. Improving your emotions can help you to become a better communicator whether at the workplace, home or with your friends.

Learning and obtaining emotional intelligence will significantly reduce your anxiety and stress throughout different situations. You will be better in minimizing and defusing negative engagements and conflicts thus improving your handling process with challenges in life.

In Emotional Intelligence and Agility you will learn practical steps that can transform your daily life.

Here are some of the topics you will learn about:

  • Why EQ is as important as IQ if not even more
  • The difference between IQ and EQ
  • How EQ can improve self-growth and relationships with others
  • What are the components of emotional intelligence?
  • How emotional agility and emotional intelligence go hand in hand for improving your feeling skills

©2016 Moe Alodah (P)2016 Moe Alodah

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Such a good Book!

I had things that I both loved and hated about this book.
1. I hated the woman's voice who told this book. It was young, annoying and slow. Nothing about her voice added to the novel and I wish it would have been anyone else telling it.
2. The list style of the audiobook was a bit confusing at first. Randomly at the beginning of sections, she would say the next letter on the list (ex: "I", "j") to say which point she is at. Because I can't see the book, it was confusing.
3. I loved the information and the accuracy. I learned about EQ during a college semester and this book had SO much new information and examples. It's worth every penny just because of the amount of additional stuff I learned even after doing an entire college section on this topic specifically.