Daniel Goleman: Your Emotional Intelligence

Meet Daniel Goleman

As an internationally known psychologist and science journalist, Daniel Goleman reported on the brain and behavioral sciences for The New York Times for many years.  His 1995 book, Emotional Intelligence, was on The New York Times’ bestseller list for a year-and-a-half, with more than 5 million copies in print worldwide in 40 languages.  The Harvard Business Review called emotional intelligence – which discounts IQ as the sole measure of one’s abilities – “a revolutionary, paradigm-shattering idea” and TIME Magazine named Emotional Intelligence as one of the 25 “Most Influential Business Management Books”.

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Show Notes 

Daniel explains what emotional intelligence (EQ) is and how it differs from your IQ.  [2:27]

Eric and Daniel discuss the power of feedback loops. [6:07]

Daniel explains the value of self awareness. [8:33]

Daniel and Eric discuss the role self management plays in success. [14:09]

Eric gives his recommendation on how to best go through Daniel’s book Emotional Intelligence. [19:49]

Eric asks Daniel about the importance of looking at repeating patterns in order to become more self aware. [21:55]

Daniel explains the three types of empathy.  [25:01]

Eric and Daniel talk about how relationship management works within emotional intelligence.  [30:31]

Daniel reveals the focus on his next book.  [36:05]

Eric asks Daniel to detail the spiritual aspect of Emotional Intelligence.  [41:59]

Resources Mentioned in the Podcast

Books

Emotional Intelligence:  Why it Can Matter More than IQ– Daniel Goleman – https://www.amazon.com/Emotional-Intelligence-10th-Anniversary-Matter/dp/055380491X/

Emotional Alchemy:  How the Mind Can Heal the Heart– Tara Bennett-Goleman – https://www.amazon.com/Emotional-Alchemy-Mind-Heal-Heart/dp/0609809032/

Primers

The 12 Skills of Emotional Intelligence – keystepmedia.com/primer

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Les Brown: You’ve Gotta Be Hungry

Meet Les Brown 

As one of the world’s most renowned motivational speakers, Les Brown is widely considered a living legend. From his humble beginnings as an adopted child labeled “educable mentally retarded,” he learned how to reach his full potential and he empowers and inspires individuals to tap into their greatness.

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Show Notes

Les shares his favorite movie, food, the coolest celebrity he’s ever met, his thoughts on watching sports, and two books that have impacted his life. [2:44]

Les recalls his humble beginnings and a few of the people and events that positively affected him. [8:55]

Les and Eric share some of the people that have inspired each of them while reminiscing about the times they’ve spent together. [11:48]

Eric and Les discuss the power and importance of staying hungry as an entrepreneur. [19:33]

Les and Eric trade inspirational quotes back and forth. [23:12]

Eric and Les break down the idea of saturation and immersing yourself in greatness and inspiration. [30:35]

Les talks about how precious time is and the importance of living each day to its fullest. [36:00]

Les shares his opinion of the Network Marketing Profession and what a person can make of it. [38:49]

Les provides advice on how to deal with haters. [43:44]

Les talks about some of his challenges in life and how he’s faced adversity. [46:28] 

Les shares some closing thoughts and inspiration. [51:25]

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