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The Little Book of Emotional Intelligence

How to Flourish in a Crazy World

By Andy Cope and Amy Bradley

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You shine brightest when you're being your best self.

The Little Book of Emotional Intelligence will show you how to unpick limiting beliefs, recalibrate your thinking, tilt at happiness and flip the script of your life for the better.

A SELF HELP MANUAL FOR HUMAN BEINGS

The Little Book of Emotional Intelligence is an immediate, outcome-focused primer on the important topic of EQ, which provides practical, no-nonsense life advice and takes a sideways look at a world which is complicated and overwhelming at times.

Do you seem to spend half your life counting down the days 'til your next holiday? Does it sometimes feel like your life is being lived on fast forward, with little time for reflection or idle amusement? It's time to stop kicking happiness into the long grass and get on with really living.

Funny, colourful and profound, this book is a gripping manual for the human mind, enabling you to understand and control your emotions, communicate better, unpick limiting beliefs and finally get around to living a happier, more balanced life.

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  • Publication date: 25 Aug 2016
  • Page count: 192
  • Imprint: John Murray Learning
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