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Find out how to improve your emotional intelligence and change your life from best-selling authors and experts Travis Bradberry and Daniel Goleman.

Emotional intelligence is the other kind of intelligence. It's that something we all have inside of us. It's intangible, but we recognize it when we see it, or feel it, in other people, even if we can't precisely identify it. The amount of emotional intelligence we possess affects every part of our lives, from our relationships to our jobs to our health. It's how we manage our behavior, assess others' feelings and behaviors, navigate complicated social situations, and make personal decisions. If you want to climb the ranks in your job, if you want quality friendships, a robust network, a close relationship with your partner, and the respect of your children, you must have emotional intelligence. There is no other way to achieve these things.

This leads us to the two key questions. First, can everyone reach a high level of emotional intelligence? And if so, how does one do so? The answer to the first question is yes, absolutely. The answers to the second question will be found in this guide, by looking at the advice given by the industry's leading experts.

©2016 Daniel Glick (P)2016 Daniel Glick

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good info but very short

This audio book started out by listing several qualities of emotional intelligence and I was prepared for more chapters going into greater depth on each one.

I was disappointed because the book ended right there.

Felt like a waste of $3

1 of 1 people found this review helpful