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Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman - Book Summary - Abbey Beathan

(Disclaimer: This is NOT the original book.)
Our current view of human intelligence is narrow and now it's the time we learn the truth about what is really important

People often solely recognize the human intellect as a rational characteristic that some of us have. People like Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking have amazed us with their high IQs and have left us to believe that intelligence is all about problem solving skills. However, that's completely wrong. Despite the importance of the intelligence quotient of a person, there is another form of intellect that human usually ignore but it's as important as its counterpart; emotional intelligence. And now, you'll finally learn about it and why we must pay attention to it as well.

(Note: This summary is wholly written and published by Abbey Beathan. It is not affiliated with the original author in any way)

"In a very real sense we have two minds, one that thinks and one that feels." - Daniel Goleman

Emotional intelligence focuses on the personal skills of a human, an individual who is emotionally intelligent comes forth as an extremely persuasive and productive human being, as a person who manages to get everything that he wants. Said person can also keep his cool which makes him a great negotiator. These set of skills include impulse control, persistence, self-motivation, empathy, social deftness and self-awareness. It's time for you to excel in life by fully comprehending both types of intelligence and use them to your favor.

Daniel Goleman assures you that emotional intelligence will be a decisive factor in your success as a professional and most importantly, as a human being.

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