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4.0 von 5 Sternen Emotional Intelligence
Anyone over the age of thirty soon comes to realize that what was taught in school is not necessarily all there is to know in life. Consequently, the smartest people, the ones who always got A's in school, don't always end up being the most successful. Ultimately, a high IQ is not the most important factor when one encounters the real world. In this respect, Goleman...
Veröffentlicht am 24. Februar 2000 von blackjewel

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3.0 von 5 Sternen Not exactly what it appears to be
There is a lot to admire here and I enjoyed returning to a genre (popular psychology) that I left many years ago. If my recollection is correct, Goleman's book is a step beyond such "classics" as I'm Okay, You're Okay..., etc., particularly in terms of scholarship. I liked the way he took the medical profession to task for its lack of empathy and its failure to...
Veröffentlicht am 15. April 2000 von Dennis Littrell


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2.0 von 5 Sternen Well Written, But Poorly Thought Out, 24. September 1999
Von Ein Kunde
Although the writing style was clear and coherent, the content, unfortunately, was not.
I believe that this book will serve primarily as a "feelgood pill" to those that were not blessed with (the more "rational") intelligence.
It is useful to realize that intelligence, as measured by IQ and SAT tests, is composed of multiple facets.
But to create a different, and competing standard of intellect, and attempt to raise it above the level of reason and knowledge, is simply disingenuous.
While the writing style is good, I think that this book simply plays to the current, rampant American anti-intellectualism, rather than to common sense.
Nobody denies that a healthy emotional life is important to happiness, but until we Americans realize that what we need is not more "fuzzy thinking", spiritualism, and credulity -- rather, what we need is to put our noses to the grindstone, so to speak, and take our place as the world's leading INTELLECTUAL superpower, as opposed to just the world's leading MILITARY superpower -- until that day, we are doomed to a slow slip into second-rate status. Books like this are just sour grapes, showing us that we "didn't want all that intellectual stuff, anyway."
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5.0 von 5 Sternen How dumb are you?, 26. November 1996
Von Ein Kunde
Do you blow your top like the steam-driven trains of old? Do
you feel pity for someone who trips and falls flat on his
face or do you laugh your head off? Are you the life of the
party or does everyone try to avoid you like the plague?
These and many other intriguing questions of the sort will
not be answered by this book. However, you'll get an idea
about why such questions do matter in life. Everyone goes
through life assuming he or she is intelligent, that is,
until someone else proves otherwise. In this amazing work,
the author succeeds in making you realize just how dumb you
are. Hold your horses! He doesn't consider himself the nerd
of the universe. Rather, he points out that there's such a
thing as an intelligence of the emotions. Being an intellectual
doesn't necessarily mean that you're intelligent emotionally.
Why bother about being so? So many things in life depend on
it. He makes you aware that your emotional stupidity is due
to your parents. While that can't be undone, at least you
can look forward to not committing the same mistakes. Take my
word for it: it's worth the time reading.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen instrumental yet faulty at times, 31. Juli 2000
I am pleased to see a popular book which deals with the topic of self-improvement. Although a bit overtaken by the snazzy new catch-phrase "EQ", and I agree its not exactly intelligence, but it is a necessary skill.
The book relates several incidents of persons who succeed and fail in acting appropriately because of their 'social-emotional' skills, or lack of them.
I disagree with Goleman and the other reviewers about this being very needed in schools. Discipline must come first, and that is the only way out of current problems in schools. We need not replace core criteria and discipline with this topic, however important. Parents and society can start to implement what Goleman is suggesting, instead.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Terrible, 17. Juli 1999
Von Ein Kunde
This book is very bad. The book is here to make money. I'll tell you what this book is about. It's so the stupid people who fail classes, can't think, have the vocabularies of six year olds, can feel better. Plain and simple. It's so the dumb frat boys and sorority chicks who have no brains can boast about their high EQs.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen great book, 1. August 2000
This is truly a great book that explains that emotion is just as important in life as anything else. I think everyone should read a book like this to learn to be better, more informed, people. I know several people in my own life who have benefitted from knowing things like body language and emotion. This book will show and teach these things to you.
I think that too often we forget to use simple things like these in our daily lives; the world would just be a much better place if we tried to do that.
I highly recommend you buy Emotional Intelligence
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Lies, lies and more lies, 22. November 1998
Von Ein Kunde
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Emotional Intelligence (Gebundene Ausgabe)
People with low I.Q.s do not succeed in life, no matter what other people say. The "Emotional Intelligence" is an extremely ridiculous concept, made by a fool to give other fools some hope.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Warum ändere ich mich nicht?, 25. September 2002
Warum bin ich wie ich bin und warum bist du anders?
Wir lernen emotionale Intelligenz, indem wir anfangen sie verstehen!
Wir verstehen, warum Menschen erfolgreich sind und wie sie wahrscheinlich schon
im Kindergarten mit anderen Kindern "emotional Intelligent" umgegangen sind.
Mit dem Lesen dieses Buches, fordern wir uns auf, emotinale Intelligenz zu lernen und zu fördern.
Wir beginnen zu verstehen warum wir sind wie wir sind -
und wie wir ändern können was wir ändern wollen!
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