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Summary

Do you want to understand how your body and mind relate? Do you want to know the two key attributes that will make you achieve your goals? Or, maybe, you want to understand the five stages of decision-making and identify who is a self-disciplined and self-willed person?

Most people have not known the secrete to live a fulfilled and happy life. If you want to become a successful leader in your respective area, then you should brace yourself to deal with some tough circumstances and decision-making.

When you are faced with any kind of setback or limitation, the key to changing this lies within you. It is not your reality or what you see that counts, but rather, it's your point of view of your reality. So, if you can control the way you see things, then you will have your breakthrough.

On the topic of emotional intelligence, this book quotes Daniel Goleman's philosophy on how and why IQ is a key element in disciplined leadership and decision-making.

It gets real when a case study is used to illustrate the way you can acquire information on a subject. It is also mind-boggling to know that you are what you eat. By improving your diet, you can be in a good mood, think clearly, feel energetic, and thus improve your productivity.

It is breathtaking to know the nine habits that will help you attain emotional maturity and 60 ways to enjoy a happier life. Being rich is not one of them.... Even the rich cry! Happiness is not materialistic or tangible and, therefore, cannot be bought.

In this audiobook Emotional Intelligence Equals Leadership, Dale Horsely, Jocko Carnegie, and Kevin Willink explain to you, step by step, how you will be able to transform your action and mind toward a breakthrough that you need to get to your ultimate goals. It will also provide a general paradigm shift that will change any barrier you are facing into an achievable opportunity.

At the end of this book, you will:

  • Be able to increase your potential to earn more
  • Remain relevant at your workplace/marketplace
  • Learn that living a happier and fulfilled life is within reach
  • Be able to know the five stages of decision-making that leads to self-consciousness
  • Be able to discipline your emotions and achieve greater things
  • Be equipped so that you can manage your circumstances by making the right decisions.
  • Learn the nature-nurture concepts which are vital ingredients to understand emotional freedom
  • Get to solve the problem of your mind shifting from one point to another or simply the lack of focus. Advanced mental learning is one subject that touches human's most powerful tool in life: the mind.

This book is full of insights and is a must-listen. Not only does it highlight the problems that are in social groups and individualism, but it also gives practical solutions to manage emotions so that you can improve yourself.

©2019 Dale Horsley, Jocko Carnegie, Kevin Willink (P)2019 Dale Horsley, Jocko Carnegie, Kevin Willink

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Really poor dictation and editing. also reading directly from a book including TOC. don't buy it.

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Excellent information.

Excellent information. It would be hard to implement all the advice in this book and perform all the exercises though.

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Wonderful

Great book about how to be more emotionally intelligent and how true success is more predicated on being emotionally intelligent than just being intelligent. How emotional intelligence leads to more personal growth and true lasting successes in life.

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This book about various aspects of emotional

This book about various aspects of emotional intelligence, including self-awareness, self-regulation, social awareness, social skills and assertiveness to become more productive.

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Good book worth the buy.

Good book worth the buy. and I thought it was very well written and very well put together.I would highly recommend this book for people who want to begin learning about this subject! This is a good reference to have around when you find yourself less than excited about life and the people you share it with.

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  • 10-11-19

Terrible narration and shallow content

I just can't figure out how this audiobook is getting good reviews. The performance of the narrator is appalling, similar to a Text-to-Speech converter.

To add insult to injury, the book only presents basic concepts of leadership that are already in the toolkit of most leaders.

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  • John Meye
  • 16-10-19

Definitely Worst Narration Ever

I saw the other review about the "worst narration ever" and I didn't think it could be that bad. This is SO BAD I can't even listen to it. Who edits these recordings?

I can't understand how Audible would even allow it. I definitely want my money back on this one no questions asked,

I've listened to over 150 Audible type books. This is the FIRST ONE I had to shut off because of the narrator.

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  • Moore House
  • 13-11-20

good info

I liked the information. It sounded like a dry read, and the storyteller/reader was dry to listen to.

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  • Customer a
  • 13-08-20

Do not purchase

Normally I don't post reviews, but the exceptionally poor writing, grammatical errors, inappropriate book title and poor choice of narrator all result in a need to avoid this audio book.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-07-20

ugh.

narration is terrible. monotone voice and he had to go back and repeat words and sentences at least 4 times a chapter. it was very annoying and distracting, made it painful to listen. the content was all pretty much common sense stuff and I didnt learn anything new. I can see this being helpful to only the most lost of us, and you'll need the discipline of an Olympic athlete to make it through that painful narration. which if you picked up this book to improve your self discipline... is unlikely.

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  • Jeff
  • 27-04-21

Hard Listen

Reading sounds like an AI voice without inflection making it very difficult to listen to.

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  • 20-04-21

bland

sounded monotone textbook. didn't understand it if I could return it I would definitely do that.

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  • Jacob
  • 12-04-21

Bug in the audio ?

Constantly throughout the read, the Narrator sounds like they are looping back on the same word and the clip skips. Is this a bug or just poor quality?

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  • Q
  • 12-01-21

Worst narrated book I've ever listened to.

Content was mediocre but the narration was so distracting I couldn't follow content. Who proofed this? Why is this for sale?

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  • Ken Leek
  • 04-10-19

Worst Narration Ever

The narration of this book is absolutely terrible. Narrator sounds like a defective robot. He misses words, repeats words, and mispronounces words. So distracted by the narration I can't tell if the book is good or not.