Do you want to make more effective decisions, connect with others, find and follow purpose — and lead a more whole-hearted life? Emotional intelligence (EQ) may be the missing ingredient. This eBook offers tips for how to practice emotional intelligence.
Emotions are part of human biology. They are chemicals that help regulate our minds and bodies, assisting us to cope with the complexities of making decisions, interacting with people, and finding our way through life. We feel emotions to help us pay attention, and to focus our attention. While sometimes they’re confusing, emotions are part of us and we can learn to use them well – this eBook is a great place to start.
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