Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence None

  • Title: Emotional Intelligence
  • Author: Daniel Coleman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 307
  • Format: None
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    • ↠ Emotional Intelligence || ✓ PDF Read by ☆ Daniel Coleman
      307 Daniel Coleman
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      Posted by:Daniel Coleman
      Published :2018-06-26T10:48:19+00:00

    1 thought on “Emotional Intelligence”

    1. To be honest, the book was a chore to read and that is my main complaint. I am not saying it should have been an easy to pick up book for the subject does require a serious effort. The problem lies with the fact that Coleman overdoes it with the examples and is one of those persons who prefers 5 words when one would suffice. It does not make it an easy to read book to stick too. Other aspects I did not like are content related. I was confused at times, at some points he is making it seem as if e [...]

    2. I agree with Coleman's concepts about how our emotions are natural and that we can control how we feel and react to them.

    3. This book is a bit wordy and seems to wander away from, at least what I took as the main subject matter at times.My favorite aspects were how it made me reexamine how I approach conflict resolution with my wife, kids, coworkers, and strangers.

    4. Great book that I'd recommend everyone to read, especially those who are struggling with emotional issues such as loneliness, anxiety, depression, or those who want to take relationships to the next level, or even just people who are dealing with other human beings in general. Bookmarked some pages that might be useful in the future. Only criticism is that some chapters are a bit dense in their explanations of the science behind certain emotions, but this can be expected from a Harvard PhD who s [...]

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