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Thoreau thought easy reading was bad for you. Did he miss the point? (Walden 72)

Thoreau was a book snob. No light reading for him. Here he goes after “easy reading”; below we’ll look at how weepy novels may have fostered a humanitarian revolution. 821 more words

Thoreau

5 Simple Steps to Increase Your Likeability

‘Your likeability reflects your capacity to consistently produce positive emotional experiences in the lives of other people – room in your life for other people’s feelings, room in your life for other people’s success.’ 514 more words

Business

Make Bottom-Line Business Sense

In previous blogs, we have looked at EQ in many ways, especially as it relates to healthy and happy relationships- both at work and at home. 232 more words

Human Resources

Your Rational Heart

Logic is a means by which we make decisions. Heart and emotion do not hinder rather than alter a system of rational thinking based on feeling. 588 more words

How Can You Develop Your Emotional Intelligence?

by Gina Bendel, YOU University Life Coach

Emotional Intelligence is defined as “the ability to monitor one’s own and others’ feelings and emotions; to discriminate… 547 more words

Feelings And Emotions

Playgrounds: Proving Grounds for Leaders

By Peter Jeff
The Leadership Mints Guy
Here’s an idea to motivate leadership behavior. Reading time 3:57.

     Playgrounds are proving grounds for leaders.  That’s the observation of Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management professor Harry Kraemer. 594 more words

Emotional Intelligence

Cerrando círculos (Paulo Coelho)

Siempre es preciso saber cuándo se acaba una etapa de la vida. Si insistes en permanecer en ella, más allá del tiempo necesario, pierdes la alegría y el sentido del resto. 591 more words

Emotional Intelligence