A Concrete Guide On Improving Emotional Intelligence
Emotional Intelligence, which is commonly referred to as EQ, is essentially the capacity to pinpoint, access and be in control of the emotions. It is important to understand emotions and this can be accomplished by perceiving them correctly in a number of instances.
More often than not, it includes having an understanding of nonverbal signals like body language and facial expressions. One of the key components of emotional intelligence is the ability to effectively manage emotions.
Flexible emotions, reacting appropriately and responding to the emotions of other individuals are extremely essential to the management of emotions.
Emotional intelligence is typically able to assist in navigating the social difficulties of the workplace, guide and stimulate other people and assist an individual in excelling in his or her career.
Dana and Joshua really delve into this latest book and give readers deep insight into achieving personal goals that will result in positive changes in just hours of reading the book.
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
To make this in to a 4-5 star listening experience would take a complete overhaul of the content and the narrator. The narrators voice is not bad per say; however the speed in which it was read along with the over all lack of any 'meat' to the content makes for a poor use of your listening time.
Would you ever listen to anything by Dana Tebow again?
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Disappointment and I guess anger for it being a waste of my time and money!
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