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Summary

In many situations, emotional intelligence will be more important than your mental intelligence. While it may be impressive to have a high IQ if you want to attain success in your career and in your personal life, then having a high level of emotional intelligence is a must.

Emotional intelligence is one of the leading determinants of whether you will be successful in your personal or professional life. This guide has the tools and tips you need to make this happen!

You need to be able to read the signals that other people send to you and react to them accordingly. Just because you have a lot of mental smarts doesn’t mean you are able to recognize and respond to the emotional cues that people give off, and this can make all the difference in your professional and personal life.

It doesn’t matter how long it takes to get through the steps. You can work on one at a time or try to implement them all together. Each person is different, and your starting point is different than everyone else’s. The fact that you took the first steps toward understanding your emotional intelligence and giving it your best means that you will see success. 

Take that motivation and the steps in this guidebook to help you increase your emotional intelligence today!

©2019 Travis Satterfield (P)2019 Travis Satterfield

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  • Tina Crosby
  • 19-09-19

like listening to a robot

I'm sure that wasn't a human narrating. Way too much time spent on explaining how to read people's emotions duh, I know that slumped shoulders mean sad. Very basic information not helpful at all

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  • Donald Rice
  • 31-03-19

It's amazing

I highly recommend listening this book. It will help you understand yourself and everyone around you, and why you and they behave the way you/they do. It's amazing and explains not only the scientific background, information about the brain, but then, how that translates into thinking and behaviors. Emotional Intelligence truly is the most important and it is what creates a safe, happy relationship, family, home-life, community, workplace etc., versus the opposite! This is important for you, your family/children, co-workers/bosses, etc. Everyone should listen this book!

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  • Michael Larson
  • 31-03-19

Already achieved part of its stated goal

Emotional Intelligence has already achieved part of its stated goal, in that the concept has become an accepted and assumed part of our cultural view. For those of us, like myself, who are slow to read this work and get on the bandwagon, the audio book is a decent enough start, but the abridgment just feels like it cut too much. Still a good introductory work, especially for the average commuter.

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  • Gustavo Reed
  • 31-03-19

Easy to understand and helpful

Required listening for my Emotional Intelligence class at the school of business. I wish more people would listen this and work on increasing their EQ. Easy to understand and helpful. 😁

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  • Donald Teller
  • 29-03-19

A lot of scientifically based

I honestly thought on this book I was going to find a lot of scientifically based advice on how to behave in situations where my emotions go out of control but found myself reading a book that though informative did not meet my expectations in terms of utility for my personal life. I do consider though it is a good foundational book to start building on my emotional literacy.

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  • Jose Fagan
  • 29-03-19

Excellent book on the softer skills

Excellent book on the softer skills that many of us technical people haven't developed. The book introduces you to these skills, explains why they are useful and provides instruction on how to develop them. This book is a must for the average technician or professional that wants to progress up the ladder of success or learn how to connect with people better.

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  • Elizabeth Payne
  • 29-03-19

I definately recommend this book.

I'm definately a negative person. I knew I had to change that, so I bought a couple of books to help me with this (not a fan of psychologist in the flesh), anyways. The book is self-explanatory. It gives you insight on how you brain functions and a great deal of tips to encounter your better self when solving problems, discussing with people, appealing to your good side always. True many parts of the book was to technical, but that's because when you don't know why something works like that, the author tries to teach the listener how that works. I definately recommend this book.

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  • Louis Moon
  • 29-03-19

Real justification

I absolutely loved this book because, before this book, there was real justification on why people would have to consider feelings or emotions in the workforce or even in everyday relationships with various people. In my youth, I had been taught - much like other people, to 'keep your emotions in check'. To me, there has never been a book before this one to guide us on how to handle emotions maturely and therefore, constructively and progressively for the benefit every type of relationship. Therefore, I believe this book is a must-read no matter what your take or level of emotional intelligence is

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  • Laura Riley
  • 29-03-19

Go off the rails

When you understand it is so much easier to cope with (these) emotions. And also means you can to help the other people around you with there emotional issues. In addition, it helps to understand why people 'go off the rails' and how to help that not to happen

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  • Milton Fortner
  • 27-03-19

Interesting listen

Interesting listen. I found this book very engaging and easy to read through. Keep in mind this is a science based book that presents information and concepts. This is not a self help book. Good for those who want to learn more about how the brain works as it relates to emotions. A very insightful look into how our emotions, and our ability to monitor and control them, can determine the quality of our lives.