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Emotional Intelligence

Unlock the Secrets to Boosting Your EQ, Social Skills, Charisma, Influence and Self Awareness, Including Highly Effective Communication Tips for Persuading People
Written by: Mark Dudley
Narrated by: Sam Slydell
Length: 3 hrs and 47 mins

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Publisher's Summary

For a long time, you left your emotions at the door. It was a trend that meant that thinking and feeling were totally dissociated, without any connection. However, this trend is reversing more and more, and your emotional intelligence is now considered a real skill to develop.

But why is this “EQ” an asset?

Feelings and emotions are a real asset in our relationships with each other, and can also provide a huge boost for our success at work.

On a personal level, being aware of your emotions makes it easier to channel and manage them. From a relationship point of view, developing your emotional intelligence at work allows for a better understanding of other people, better team spirit, and better productivity.

Here’s just a tiny fraction of what you’ll discover:

  • Emotions and Intelligence
  • Emotional Intelligence is Another Form of Mind
  • Where Did the Emotions Come From?
  • Five Key Skills for Developing Emotional Intelligence
  • Amplifier of Emotions of Joy - A Resource that Is Always with You
  • Anger Management - Emotional Resilience in Conflict
  • Managing Fear, and How to Develop Courage
  • Self-Confidence - The Path from Uncertain Self-Esteem to Reliable Self-Worth
  • Laughter Anatomy - How to Develop a Sense of Humor
  • Inspiration - Where Is Your Enthusiasm “Start” Button?
  • Infected with a Sense of Guilt
  • Anatomy of the Feeling of Resentment - The Recipe for Radical Forgiveness
  • Jealousy
  • Poisonous Emotions
  • Improving Emotional Consciousness
  • And much, much more!

And if you have a burning desire to become the person you know you could be and master social interactions, then get this audiobook now!

©2019 Mark Dudley (P)2020 Mark Dudley

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  • Caleb Rodgers
  • 2020-02-18

Very Well Written

If you work with other people regularly then this is for you. Do you socialize regularly, then this is for you. Get insight would recommend for anyone in a management position. It certainly helps you understand things from an intellectual perspective.

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  • Mathew Torres
  • 2020-02-18

Recommended

This book came highly recommended by my therapist when my husband and I ran into a very difficult situation in our marriage. I recommend that everyone read this book at least once in their life. It is packed full of very useful information that we all need to have.

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  • Daisy Mills
  • 2020-02-18

Liked It

I had not heard of emotional intelligence until recently. So I have learned a lot so far--though I have not finished the book yet. I hope to learn what my own EQ is--and if it is possible to improve it. I know it needs improving.

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  • Wilfred Peterson
  • 2020-02-18

Found It Useful

I found this book to be extremely fascinating and an important read. Many good points, well written, and is progressive in writing - meaning the author does not talk in circles like some books I have read.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-02-17

It is good

I haven’t gotten too far through the book but I am enjoying it. The physiology does get a little tedious at times, but I think it’s worth it to get the whole picture. The author suggests skipping it if the listener wants to get to the crux of the subject matter.

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  • Ruben Summers
  • 2020-02-17

Enjoying It

I haven’t gotten too far through the book but I am enjoying it. The physiology does get a little tedious at times, but I think it’s worth it to get the whole picture. The author suggests skipping it if the reader wants to get to the crux of the subject matter.

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  • Roy Reid
  • 2020-02-13

I appreciate this book

I appreciate this book and tell you now that it gave me a great appreciation for how I was raised and what my parents taught me. You need to read this book it will become the deciding factor for how people handle things in their lives and how we can understand others so much better than we do today. This is a must-read book.

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  • Jeannie Howard
  • 2020-02-13

Nice Information

This is the book you want to help you understand yourself and the people around you. It is an exceptional psychological principle put in plain English. I enjoyed the information and this book helped me understand myself more than before.

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  • Gerald Marsh
  • 2020-02-13

E.I Explained

After listening to this book, I am convinced that developing our emotional intelligence is at the heart of curing much of our social ills.

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  • Dianne Rogers
  • 2020-02-13

The book is not the easiest to understand

The book is not the easiest to understand. It is long and highly complex. However, that is no reason not to read the book. There is a wonderful insight into why we do the things we do. It is certainly helpful to understand how and why our emotional brain can hijack our rational brain. We need to bring our feelings into our conscious awareness.