Emotional Intelligence - Master Your Emotions and Become a Genius with a Highly Developed Brain
Weston Gritt, Thomas Cassidy, Casey Wayman
Publisher: A to Z Publishing
There are several different titles in this book, which are the following:
Book 1: What causes a gifted child to be emotionally driven and highly empathetic? How come an intelligent person is typically self-motivated and self-disciplined to the extreme? The explanation lies in the fact that gifted people make a lot of connections in their brains.
Book 2: The answer to these three questions is a resounding “yes.” However, this also raises questions that need to be answered about how to parent them, how to handle outbursts and emotional moments, etc.
Book 3: Many parents wonder about their gifted children. They wonder where their intelligence came from, or why they behave the way they do. For example, many gifted children can be bossy or act as if they are adults, with their wits and words, while still showing immature behavior of a 4-year-old, or whatever their age is. This puzzles parents, and answers need to be given.
Book 4: You may have heard of emotional intelligence. You may have even learned a little bit about it. This audiobook, however, can take you to the next level of understanding what to do with the neural processes in your brain and how to channel them to gain more control over yourself and your situation.
Book 5: Have you ever wondered if you are using the full capacity of your brain?
Do you have a creative, visual side that you aren’t using to achieve something higher?
Hear in this guide why so many people don’t value the right-brain activity enough, and why it is actually a necessity to do so.
Book 6: What if I told you a lot of people don’t know the difference between the left brain and the right brain? Or that their idea of those two areas is overly simplistic?