Self-help author Mark Manson doesn’t sugarcoat things. Sometimes the most intelligent and accomplished people do things that are downright dumb – like the astronaut arrested while clumsily attempting to kidnap her boyfriend’s alleged lover. Manson uses this example to illustrate the difference between general intelligence (IQ) and emotional intelligence (EQ). Luckily, if you’re low on EQ, you can do a lot to improve your score – and Manson’s short roadmap provides you with a starting point.
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Mark Manson is a New York–based blogger, author and entrepreneur.
Comment on this summary
9 months agoExcellent information, thank you
2 years agoImportante para trabajar en la inteligencia emocional.
2 years agoExcelentes perlas, esas cinco áreas para fortalecer el EQ. Bendiciones.
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