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Who should read this book?

Have you ever wanted to be better at building personal or professional relationships with people?

Are you one of the millions of adults in America who suffers from some form of social anxiety?

If either of these situations sounds familiar to you, you can benefit from learning some of the techniques used to increase your level of emotional intelligence (techniques contained within this book). According to emotionalintelligence.net, emotional intelligence is the personal skill that is “responsible for 58% of job performance” and “90% of top performers have high emotional intelligence” levels.

You’re about to discover how to master your emotions.

Here is a preview of what you'll learn....

  • How to observe your thoughts and feelings
  • How to listen to your body
  • How to manage stress
  • How to show empathy
  • And much more inside!

Download your copy today!

©2017 Matthew Woodgate (P)2018 Matthew Woodgate

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Couldn't even finish

What would have made Emotional Intelligence better?

voice - maybe but it could have been the content

Would you ever listen to anything by Apostolos Gradales again?

no

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Stephen Floyd?

I don't know

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

disappointment

Any additional comments?

the voice was fast and very monotone- couldn't finish