6 min read · Apr 13th · Daniel Goleman’s pop-psychology blockbuster, now twenty-five years old, turned self-control into a corporate management tool.
Anyone can become angry—that is easy,” Aristotle proclaims in the book’s epigraph, sounding, in this context, much like my middle-school health teacher. “But to become angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way—that is not easy
Emotional intelligence is often framed as an untapped resource, the idle counterpart to I.Q.
four key dimensions of conduct: self-awareness, social awareness, self-management, and relationship management.
4 min read · Mar 20th · Try this thought experiment to understand why emotional intelligence counts.
the ability to detect emotion in others and the ability to effectively express emotions to others, had profound implications for survival and reproduction across the human evolutionary experience. And I'd say that such deficits probably still have such adverse consequences in the lives of people
6 min read · 2019-11-25 · “The emotionally intelligent person knows that they will only ever be mentally healthy in a few areas and at certain moments, but is committed to fathoming their inadequacies and warning othe…