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I learned some things from reading this, adn I think he has many valid ideas. Part of the problem was, I think, a lack of understanding of psychiatry and brain chemistry.

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There is little sympathy or inteligencijx for anyone who is a little “different”, or not accepted by their peers, and there’s a negative tone directed toward social outcasts in general, even those who happen to be children Sample subheading from the book: Thus, if you are a parent or a teacher, you might want to help children develop their emotional skills by using one of the following simple measures: Read the one on the subway train and let me know if you think he totally misses the point of that interaction.

Common-sense observations, patched together in a pseudo-journalistic manner.

There is a significant focus on how the brain works, but learning that the key to self-awareness is “to have an activated neocortex” may be educational but hardly practically useful.

Similarly, advice on encouraging a timid child to be less so by “gentle pressure to be more outgoing” doesn’t really need inteligenxija as controlling their “overexcitable amygdala”, not least as the recommendation is based on practical observation rather than deduced from the function of the brain. Descriptive but not very practical– The main and only thesis of the book is: This book deals with the importance of emotional intelligence, with a lot of neurology references.

I guess I was asking for this when I read a book published in the 90s Books by Daniel Goleman.

It certainly contains a lot of useful info, but boy, is it ever dense! She had recommended this book to me since she thought that being a brainy I was in need of getting to know my emotions or whatever. The author repeatedly states for example that the breakdown of the emocionalja family unit is the reason for a lot of emotional problems today as opposed to a general deterioration of life under capitalism. When you are very upset during a dispute, try to take a break to calm down.


What therapy does is teach you to control it—it teaches your neocortex how to inhibit your amygdala. All those A’s won’t do him a bit of good now. Nearly all of his examples are generic – h What a disappointment.

To put another way, broad-spectrum social problems aren’t caused by a lack emocionslna a supportive family, the absence of extended families and close knit groups are caused by the already existent social problems.

However, we know that even people with severe autism are able to learn emotional skills. A difficult book to review and my 2 stars are an honest reflection on what I gained personally emocoonalna reading the book, rather than what the world gained from the book having been written.

Emotional intelligence is a very interesting topic to me and the author is an expert on the subject. Mozaik knjiga first published Reading some of the reviews form others on Good reads, I see that I am not alone in my disappointment.

It suffers, like many pop-psych books, from bungled statistical analysis, boring stories that fail to illuminate without an entire chapter to explain them and a dubious thesis. While I don’t recommend this book, I do recommend that you read any of Dr I have owned this book for over a decade and just now finally made time to read it. This is not anything groundbreaking. Even some of the examples he gives totaly contradict his assertion.

I found myself skimming the second half of the book hoping to get some practical advice. Our emotions are important as they serve as indispensable sources of orientation and push us to take action. However, that doesn’t necessarily make it a worthwhile read 20 years later, particularly for those in search of practical advice.

Emocionalna inteligencija : zašto može biti važnija od kvocijenta inteligencije

It is mainly the author just rambling on and on about all the stories he heard in all his life of other people or at least, it seems l Firstly, I don’t agree enocionalna the title of the book. I think inteligenciija emotional responses are learned behaviors to a much greater degree than Goleman would allow. Emotions are necessary for normal human functioning his prescription for learning meditation seems very valuable, bit he wants to do it so that you can keep these pesky emotions at bay.


But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way —this is not easy. It opens with an example of a straight A high school student whose teacher didn’t write him a letter of recommendation for college, so he assaulted the teacher.

If you have to criticize someone, pick a specific incident and point out exactly what should have been done differently and what was done well. The ability to control impulse is the base of will and character” xxiibut we would never say that an intellectually unintelligent person was less moral than one with a high IQ. As a historian, this made me cringe when I first read it. I especially liked how he broke down emotions into four basic ones: It makes a powerful and scientific argument exploring the importance of emotional education.

The main asp There are some interesting things in the book, things that are hard to disagree with, such as emotional skills and self-knowledge are important. Also, while there are resources for teachers, parents are excluded, when they are a child’s first tea I guess I was asking for this when I read a book published in the 90s Unfortunately the book is very much descriptive and normative, but not very useful or practical.

It is true that emotional intelligence is very important and unfortunately this is not part of formal education system. I read half of it without skipping a line but yesterday I finished the second half just skipping lines. The first one is on focusing on the emotion behind what someone says, more than the content of their message.