10 Strong lessons from book Emotional Intelligence by Brandon Goleman
In a very real sense we have two minds, one that thinks and one that feels
Emotional self-control-- delaying gratification and stifling impulsiveness- underlies accomplishment of every sort
There is perhaps no psychological skill more fundamental than resisting impulse.
Feelings are self-justifying, with a set of perceptions and "proofs" all their own.
For better or worse, intelligence can come to nothing when the emotions hold sway.
Fear, in evolution, has a special prominence: perhaps more than any other emotion it is crucial for survival.
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