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Emotional Intelligence: How to Use Nonviolent Communication to Skyrocket Your EQ

For Stress Relief, Effective Communication, Empathy, Overcoming Challenges, and Conflict Resolution
Narrated by: Michael W. Rahhal
Length: 5 hrs and 5 mins
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Summary

So far, many of us have invested in and cared for our IQ. But in reality, our soft skills are just as or even more important. Emotional intelligence is an area rarely improved, but learning how to communicate better and more efficiently and emphasize and overcome our interior struggles is vital for our inner peace and balanced life. 

Emotional Intelligence: How to Use Nonviolent Communication to Skyrocket Your EQ is a simple and concrete guide for helping anyone understand emotions and will teach how to use empathy and self-control to improve relations with others. 

Feelings are the core of every activity we indulge in, so understanding where they come from and how to control them is the key to a happy, balanced life. 

©2019 Avery Wright (P)2019 Avery Wright

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  • Beautiful Hannah
  • 07-03-19

Awesome

I found this audio book very informative and helpful. Also well-written, I would highly recommend this.

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  • tylerl
  • 07-04-19

light on actual help

While the subject matter was generally positive, the content was focused almost exclusively on the *attributes* of a person with high emotional intelligence, while the actual advice was sprinkled in sparingly, almost begrudgingly. It's as if the book was a highly detailed definition of Emotional Intelligence, not a guide for how to get there.

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  • Bhrian Angelo
  • 10-03-19

Impressive Book!

I found this book very helpful and impressive. The narration is clear and excellent. Well detailed and discussed.