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Daniel Goleman Introduces Emotional Intelligence | Big Think

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Daniel Goleman Introduces Emotional Intelligence New videos DAILY: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive video lessons from top thinkers and doers: 🤍 Emotional intelligence is a range of abilities, self-awareness, emotional self-management, empathy, social skills. Women tend to be better than men on average at empathy, particularly emotional empathy, sensing in the moment how the other person is feeling and also, at social skills, at keeping things feeling good between people in a group. Men, on the other hand, tend to be better on average at self-confidence, particularly in groups, and at managing distressing emotions. DANIEL GOLEMAN: Daniel Goleman is a psychologist, lecturer, and science journalist who has reported on the brain and behavioral sciences for The New York Times for many years. His 1995 book, Emotional Intelligence (Bantam Books) was on The New York Times bestseller list for a year and a half. TRANSCRIPT: Question: What is emotional intelligence? Daniel Goleman: Emotional intelligence refers to how well we handle ourselves and our relationships, the 4 domains. Self-awareness, knowing what we’re feeling, why we’re feeling it, which is a basis of, for example, good intuition, good decision-making. Also, it’s a moral compass. Say, in part, is self-management, which means handling your distressing emotions in effective ways so that they don’t cripple you, they don’t get in the way of what you’re doing, and yet, attuning them… to them when you need to so that you learn what you must. Every emotion has a function. Also, [marshalling] positive emotions, getting ourselves, you know, involved, enthused about what we’re doing, aligning our actions with our passions. The third is empathy, knowing what someone else is feeling. And the fourth is putting that altogether in skilled relationship. So that’s what I mean by emotional intelligence. There’re many definitions out there. The part of the brain, it turns out, that supports emotional and social intelligence is actually the last circuitry of the brain to become anatomically mature. And because the neuroplasticity of the brain shapes itself according to repeated experiences, so my argument is, hey, we should be teaching kids regularly overtime, in a systematic way, self-awareness, self-management, empathy, and social skill. In fact, there, now, enough programs and they’ve been around enough in schools that they’re about to publish a huge meta analysis, looking at hundreds of schools and kids that had the program versus those that don’t. Guess what? All anti-social behavior, you know, disruption in class, find that… it goes down 10%. Pro-social behavior, liking school, well-behave, up 10%. Academic achievement scores, up 11%. So it really pays. Executive function, which is mediated by the prefrontal lobe, both helps you manage your emotions and helps you pay attention. So as kids learn these skills, they also learn learning… basic learning skills. I think that the fact that that was an argument was one thing that caught people’s attention. Then, there was a little chapter on… called managing with heart, which argued that leaders who were sons of a bitch were actually defeating the company’s own mission. And I think that made a lot of people happy because they work for people like that. I don’t know… Some people gave it to other people because they thought they needed help in this domain. I’m sure there’re a zillion reasons why people like the book. Question: Are we becoming more emotionally intelligent? Daniel Goleman: I hope more. I know IQ has been going up for a hundred years as children encounter more sophisticated cognitive environment as they grow. I don’t know that we’re becoming more emotionally intelligent. I like to hope we would but I think that the number of intergroup wars going on, the intergroup hatred going on, the, you know, levels of familial abuse, in other words, indicators of emotions out of control in dangerous ways don’t look that great, which is why I’m a very strong proponent of getting these social, emotional learning programs in every school worldwide. Question: Are women more emotionally intelligent than men? Daniel Goleman: Well, I get asked that question in a different way, which is, are women more emotionally intelligent than men? And you have to remember that emotional intelligence is a range of abilities, self-awareness, emotional self-management, empathy, social skills. Read the Full Transcript at: 🤍

Daniel Goleman on Focus: The Secret to High Performance and Fulfilment

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Psychologist Daniel Goleman shot to fame with his groundbreaking bestseller Emotional Intelligence. Raw intelligence alone is not a sure predictor of success in life. A greater role is played by 'softer' skills such as self-control, self-motivation, empathy and good interpersonal relationships.

Strategies to become more emotional intelligent | Daniel Goleman | WOBI

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How can emotional intelligence help us be better leaders? Are we really aware of how we manage ourselves and our relationships? In this video, Daniel Goleman explains the best strategies to improve our emotional intelligence to create better long-term relationships. For more videos visit the #WOBI YouTube channel 🤍   Are you interested watching more videos on #EmotionaIntelligence? Take a look at our playlist 🤍   Subscribe and be the first to see our new videos everyday 🤍   Join the WOBI community 🤍wobi.com 🤍wobi.com/es 🤍wobi.com/it We are on Facebook, join us! 🤍 🤍 🤍   Are you following us on Twitter? 🤍 🤍 🤍

Focus: the Hidden Driver of Excellence | Daniel Goleman | Talks at Google

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In Focus, Psychologist and journalist Daniel Goleman, author of the #1 international bestseller Emotional Intelligence, offers a groundbreaking look at today's scarcest resource and the secret to high performance and fulfillment: attention. Combining cutting-edge research with practical findings, Focus delves into the science of attention in all its varieties, presenting a long overdue discussion of this little-noticed and under-rated mental asset. In an era of unstoppable distractions, Goleman persuasively argues that now more than ever we must learn to sharpen focus if we are to survive in a complex world. Goleman boils down attention research into a threesome: inner, other, and outer focus. Drawing on rich case studies from fields as diverse as competitive sports, education, the arts, and business, he shows why high-achievers need all three kinds of focus, and explains how those who rely on Smart Practices—mindfulness meditation, focused preparation and recovery, positive emotions and connections, and mental "prosthetics" that help them improve habits, add new skills, and sustain greatness—excel while others do not.

Daniel Goleman: Why arent we all Good Samaritans?

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🤍ted.com Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence, asks why we aren't more compassionate more of the time. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers are invited to give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes including speakers such as Jill Bolte Taylor, Sir Ken Robinson, Hans Rosling, Al Gore and Arthur Benjamin. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, and Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, politics and the arts. Watch the Top 10 TEDTalks on TED.com, at 🤍

The Science of Mindfulness | Daniel Goleman

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Find more at 🤍 Esteemed psychiologist, journalist, and author, Daniel Goleman will share lessons from his recent research on the science of mindfulness - what do we know and what are we still learning? How does the brain change and what does science tell us? Dan will share insights from his research compiled in his latest book, Altered Traits: Science Reveals How Meditation Changes Your Mind, Brain, and Body.

Social Intelligence | Daniel Goleman | Talks at Google

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Daniel Goleman discusses his book "Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships" as a part of the Authors🤍Google series. For more from Daniel Goleman, visit 🤍. This event took place on August 3, 2007 at Google headquarters in Mountain View, CA.

The art of managing emotions | Daniel Goleman | WOBI

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The world's leading expert on emotional intelligence explains why feeling good at work leads to outstanding performance and how to spread the emotions that promote success. WOBI focuses on the issues most relevant to today’s business world, stimulating new thinking and inspiring action. Through WOBI events, WOBI TV, WOBI Magazine and WOBI.com, our team travels the world to seek out the CEOs, entrepreneurs, innovators, leaders, thinkers and disruptors who are shaping the future of business. Follow WOBI news on Twitter: 🤍 Like WOBI on Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍

Psychologist Daniel Goleman Reveals How to Strengthen Your Emotional IQ | Conversations with Tom

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Did you know that intelligence goes beyond just your IQ? Right within your mind, there is an even greater and more powerful level of intelligence just waiting for you to tap into. It’s known as ‘emotional intelligence’ and by mastering it, you can use it to better all areas of your life. On this episode of Conversations with Tom, psychologist and New York Times bestselling author Daniel Goleman, Ph. D, joins Tom Bilyeu to discuss such matters and more as they explore why it’s critical you become self-aware of your emotional intelligence and begin to develop it, all while pursuing your purpose and meaning in life. They discuss what emotional intelligence and emotional IQ is, how you can develop and strengthen it at any age, the power of practicing meditation regularly, how purpose and meaning is critical to leading a successful life, the common traits of successful leaders, why you need to have empathy, optimism, love and kindness, and so much more. Order Daniel’s book, ‘Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ’: amazon.com/gp/product/B000JMKVCG/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0 SHOW NOTES: Emotional Intelligence | Daniel breaks down what being emotionally intelligent looks like. [0:27] Learnable | Daniel reveals why it’s never too late to develop emotional intelligence. [2:48] Training | Daniel reveals what training emotional intelligence looks like. [3:36] Emotional Centers | Daniel discusses our brain’s emotional centers and responses. [6:52] Children | Daniel reveals the tools he teaches children to become emotionally self-aware. [9:48] Adulthood | Daniel reveals what you may need to unlearn as an adult. [11:09] Meditation | Daniel reveals how he came to adopt meditation and mindfulness. [13:11] Breathing | Daniel reveals the powerful and positive impact of breathing exercises. [21:35] India | Daniel shares what he discovered on his journey in India. [24:43] Importance | Daniel reveals why it matters that the western world adopts mediation. [29:13] Workplace | Daniel shares how emotional intelligence makes all the difference. [30:51] Psychological Safety | Daniel shares what psychological safety is. [32:34] Social Brain | Daniel breaks down what your social brain is. [35:21] Alone | Daniel reveals how meditators are masters of being alone. [39:39] Purpose | Daniel breaks down the driving power of purpose. [42:26] Meaning | Daniel reveals why meaning, purpose, and beliefs are so important to us. [44:09] Heaven & Hell | Daniel shares why living in heaven or hell begins in our mind. [49:05] Sheathing the Sword | Daniel shares a story of ‘keeping your sword sheathed.’ [51:26] Redefining Success Through Purpose | Tom shares his motivation to help others. [53:29] Money | Tom shares why he never focuses his message on money or a ‘rich life-style.’ [1:00:01] Life | Tom shares how he balances and blends his personal life and hustle. [1:03:11] Marriage | Daniel shares the intertwining connection partners have over time. [1:04:43] Find Your Answer | Daniel reveals how you can find and pursue your purpose. [1:06:00] George Lucas | Tom and Daniel discuss George Lucas and his pursuit of passion. [1:09:15] Where We’re Going | Daniel shares his concerns over where today’s world is heading. [1:14:50] Put-Up | Daniel shares how to turn a negative situation into a positive one. [1:17:39] Ruthless | Daniel reveals why so many kids can have moments of ruthlessness. [1:19:55] Empathy | Daniel shares how empathy is teachable. [1:21:42] Optimism | Daniel reveals how optimism is directly tied to success. [1:23:18] Your Aligning | Daniel shares what needs to align up to fulfill your purpose. [1:29:39] Love & Kindness | Daniel reveals the importance of love, kindness, and empathy. [1:31:22] Compassion & Anger | Daniel shares the power of compassion and the types of anger. [1:34:29] Left Prefrontal Cortex | Daniel discusses the parts of the brain and our feelings. [1:35:54] Men & Women | Daniel discusses the differences between the sexes. [1:37:07] Connect | Daniel shares how you can continue to learn from him. [1:39:43] QUOTES: “…no matter what meditation you’re going to do, if you do it regularly, it does two things. It calms you, it makes you less triggered less often and when you’re triggered, you’re not triggered so intensely and you recover more quickly, that’s the calm, and it also focuses you. Meditation is a direct training of the mind in paying attention…” [17:39] “Cognitive control is a stronger predictor of your adult life than your childhood IQ or the wealth of the family you grew up in.” [1:17:18] “The first person who benefits from compassion is the one who feels it.” [1:34:29] FOLLOW DANIEL: Website: danielgoleman.info Twitter: twitter.com/danielgolemanei Facebook: facebook.com/danielgoleman LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/danielgoleman

Daniel Goleman - Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

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What is the role that emotional intelligence plays in leadership? Find out in this video with Daniel Goleman, an expert in emotional intelligence. #TPInsights

Superhumans: The remarkable brain waves of high-level meditators | Daniel Goleman | Big Think

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Superhumans: The remarkable brain waves of high-level meditators Watch the newest video from Big Think: 🤍 Join Big Think+ for exclusive videos: 🤍 People who have meditated for thousands of hours exhibit a remarkable difference in their brainwaves. Psychologist and author Daniel Goleman says we can actually see what happens in the heads of those who have achieved "enlightenment" and the results are unprecedented in science. DANIEL GOLEMAN: Daniel Goleman is a psychologist, lecturer, and science journalist who has reported on the brain and behavioral sciences for The New York Times for many years. His 1995 book, Emotional Intelligence (Bantam Books) was on The New York Times bestseller list for a year and a half. Goleman is also the author of Ecological Intelligence: How Knowing the Hidden Impacts of What We Buy Can Change Everything. The book argues that new information technologies will create “radical transparency,” allowing us to know the environmental, health, and social consequences of what we buy. As shoppers use point-of-purchase ecological comparisons to guide their purchases, market share will shift to support steady, incremental upgrades in how products are made – changing every thing for the better. His latest book is Altered Traits: Science Reveals How Meditation Changes Your Mind, Brain, and Body, which he has co-authored with Richard Davidson reveals the science of what meditation can really do for us, as well as exactly how to get the most out of it. TRANSCRIPT: Daniel Goleman: My co-author of the book Altered Traits is a neuroscientist, Richard Davidson. He has a lab at the University of Wisconsin. It’s a very large lab, he has dedicated scanners, he has about 100 people working there, and he was able to do some remarkable research where he flew Olympic level meditators—who live in Nepal or India typically, some in France—he flew them over to the lab and put them through a protocol in his brain scanners and did state-of-the-art tests and the results were just astounding. We found, for example, or he found that their brain waves are really different. Perhaps the most remarkable findings in the Olympic level meditators has to do with what’s called a gamma wave. All of us get gamma for a very short period when we solve a problem we’ve been grappling with, even if it’s something that’s vexed us for months. We get about half second of gamma; it’s the strongest wave in the EEG spectrum. We get it when we bite into an apple or imagine biting into an apple, and for a brief period, a split-second, inputs from taste, sound, smell, vision, all of that come together in that imagined bite into the apple. But that lasts very short period in an ordinary EEG. What was stunning was that the Olympic level meditators, these are people who have done up to 62,000 lifetime hours of meditation, their brainwave shows gamma very strong all the time as a lasting trait just no matter what they’re doing. It’s not a state effect, it’s not during their meditation alone, but it’s just their every day state of mind. We actually have no idea what that means experientially. Science has never seen it before. We also find that in these Olympic level meditators when we asked them, for example, to do a meditation on compassion their level of gamma jumps 700 to 800 percent in a few seconds. This has also never been seen by science. So we have to assume that the special state of consciousness that you see in the highest level meditators is a lot like something described in the classical meditation literatures centuries ago, which is that there is a state of being which is not like our ordinary state. Sometimes it’s called liberation, enlightenment, awake, whatever the word may be we suspect there’s really no vocabulary that captures what that might be. The people that we’ve talked to in this Olympic level group say it’s very spacious and you’re wide open, you’re prepared for whatever may come, we just don’t know. But we do know it’s quite remarkable. Read more: 🤍

V.O. Complete. The benefits of emotional intelligence for our children. Daniel Goleman

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Visit our website: 🤍 Suscríbe to our youtube channel: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Listen to our podcasts on Spotify: 🤍 Daniel Goleman explains why we should teach all children to practice and develop emotional intelligence. Goleman is a psychologist, scientific journalist and author of the book Emotional Intelligence, one of the longest-lived and most thoughtful bestsellers in recent years. Goleman has a PhD in Psychology from Harvard University, has written for the New York Times about human behavior and has received two nominations for the Pulitzer Prize. His publications have had a wide impact in fields such as educational psychology, education and personal development. #AprendemosJuntos

Emotional Intelligence - with Dan Goleman

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Dan Goleman shares how Emotional Intelligence can help us live happier lives and contribute to a better world. This conversation with Dr Mark Williamson was recorded at an Action for Happiness event on 24 November 2020 🤍

Emotional Intelligence is a Superpower - Dr. Daniel Goleman || Finding Mastery

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“IQ, cognitive abilities are basically hardwired. They don’t really change that much through life… On the other hand, emotional intelligence is learned and learnable, and you can upgrade it at any point in life.” - Dr. Daniel Goleman This week’s conversation is with trailblazing psychologist and author of the New York Times bestseller Emotional Intelligence, Dr. Daniel Goleman. Daniel has transformed the way the world educates children, relates to family and friends, and conducts business. Well-known for his work in leadership and education, Daniel is also a distinguished voice in the field of meditation. A meditator since his college days, Daniel spent two years in South Asia, first as a Harvard Predoctoral Traveling Fellow and then again on a Post-Doctoral Fellowship. His first book, The Meditative Mind: The Varieties of Meditative Experience, was written on the basis of that research, offering an overview of various meditation paths. Daniel’s other books include: A Force for Good: The Dalai Lama’s Vision for Our World and Altered Traits: Science Reveals How Meditation Changes Your Mind, Brain and Body. In this conversation, we discuss his key findings, frameworks, and insights around why emotional intelligence is foundational – and how you can develop it. Website and shownotes: 🤍 From our partners: 🤍 Featured partner: Masterworks Masterworks makes it possible to invest in contemporary art, a six trillion dollar asset class, previously reserved for the ultra wealthy. They have a free membership… and they have over 200,000 users signed up already. We’ve partnered with Masterworks to get 85 passes to skip their waitlist. If you want to secure your spot in line, head to masterworks.io/mastery.

Daniel Goleman's explanation of "amygdala hijacks"

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Clip from: 🤍 // ADDITIONAL CONTENT // Newsletter: 🤍 Podcast: 🤍 // COURSES // 🤍 // BOOKS // 🤍 // LINKS // Website: 🤍 Consultancy: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 #DrDanielGoleman #DanielGoleman #KeyStepMedia #EmotionalIntelligence #SocialIntelligence #Focus #Mindfulness #AlteredTraits #amygdala #amygdalahijacks #unitednations

Daniel Goleman, PhD: Emotional Intelligence Now

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Daniel Goleman is an internationally known psychologist, science journalist, and the author of the books Emotional Intelligence (over 5 million copies in print in 40 languages), Social Intelligence, and Ecological Intelligence. He is cofounder of the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning. With Sounds True, he is a faculty member of the Inner MBA nine-month immersion program. In this podcast, Sounds True founder Tami Simon speaks with Dan about the insights in his landmark book, Emotional Intelligence, and where we’ve come since its publication in 1995. They discuss the physiology and origin of emotions; the relationship between thought and emotion; constructive worry versus destructive worry; self-awareness and the practices that support it; temporary states versus abiding traits; the four domains of emotional intelligence; perseverance, drive, and high performance; cultivating unflappable equanimity; and more. Subscribe to Sounds True for more: 🤍 BUILDING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE by Daniel Goleman, Linda Lantieri: Sounds True - 🤍 Amazon - 🤍 Barnes & Noble - 🤍 IndieBound (Bookshop) - 🤍 Sounds True was founded in 1985 by Tami Simon with a clear mission: to disseminate spiritual wisdom. Since starting out as a project with one woman and her tape recorder, we have grown into a multimedia publishing company with more than 80 employees, a library of more than 1500 titles featuring some of the leading teachers and visionaries of our time, and an ever-expanding family of customers from across the world. In more than three decades of growth, change, and evolution, Sounds True has maintained its focus on its overriding purpose, as summed up in our Mission Statement. Connect with us: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Website: 🤍

Emotional Intelligence: Daniel Goleman

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Join acclaimed author Dr. Daniel Goleman as he shares the value of using self-awareness, adaptability, and empathy together to master the art of emotional intelligence and ultimately have more effective relationships with others. Guest Bio: Daniel Goleman is an internationally known psychologist who lectures frequently to professional groups, business audiences, and on college campuses. As a science journalist 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 5,000,000 copies in print worldwide in 40 languages, and has been a best seller in many countries. Apart from his books on emotional intelligence, Goleman has written books on topics including self-deception, creativity, transparency, meditation, social and emotional learning, ecoliteracy and the ecological crisis. To learn more, visit: 🤍 Connect with us on Twitter: 🤍 Connect with us on LinkedIn: 🤍 Subscribe to FranklinCovey On Leadership and receive weekly videos, tools, articles, and podcasts to help you become a better leader: 🤍

From Mindfulness to Action - with Dan Goleman

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Renowned author and Emotional Intelligence expert Dan Goleman explores the latest scientific research about Mindfulness and how we can apply this to live wiser lives and contribute to a happier world. This was filmed at an Action for Happiness event in London on 25 May 2017 🤍actionforhappiness.org

Versión Completa. Los beneficios de la inteligencia emocional para nuestros hijos. Daniel Goleman

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Entra en nuestra web: 🤍 Suscríbete a nuestro canal de youtube: 🤍 Síguenos en Facebook: 🤍 Síguenos en Instagram: 🤍 Síguenos en Twitter: 🤍 Escucha nuestros podcasts en Spotify: 🤍 Daniel Goleman explica por qué deberíamos enseñar a todos los niños y niñas a practicar y desarrollar la inteligencia emocional. Goleman es psicólogo, periodista científico y autor del libro Inteligencia emocional, uno de los best-sellers más longevos y reflexivos de los últimos años. Goleman es doctor en Psicología por la Universidad de Harvard, ha escrito para New York Times sobre el comportamiento humano y ha recibido dos nominaciones para el Premio Pulitzer. Sus publicaciones han tenido una amplia repercusión en campos como la psicología educativa, la educación y el desarrollo personal. Goleman destaca la necesidad de ser conscientes del papel fundamental que juegan nuestras emociones en la vida: “La inteligencia emocional es la capacidad de ser inteligente utilizando nuestras emociones, entender lo que sentimos y cómo se sienten otros, y usarlo en nuestras relaciones, en el trabajo, en la vida… en definitiva es esencial para la felicidad”, afirma. Además, Goleman señala la importancia fundamental que juega hoy la capacidad de atención, ya sea como una forma de autocontrol, para mejorar la empatía con los demás o la comprensión del mundo que nos rodea, así como los beneficios de su entrenamiento: "La práctica de la atención es como un músculo. Si no lo utilizamos se debilita; si lo ejercitamos, se fortalece", y subraya: “Es muy importante que los niños sean capaces de poner la atención donde quieran, porque la atención es la base del aprendizaje”. #AprendemosJuntos

Altered Traits | Dr. Daniel Goleman + More | Talks at Google

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In the last twenty years, meditation and mindfulness have gone from being kind of cool to becoming an omnipresent Band-Aid for fixing everything from your weight to your relationship to your achievement level. Unveiling here the kind of cutting-edge research that has made them giants in their fields, Daniel Goleman and Richard Davidson show us the truth about what meditation can really do for us, as well as exactly how to get the most out of it. Get the book here: 🤍

Emotional Intelligence (Daniel Goleman) - Audiobook Summary Core Messages

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Daniel Goleman's book emotional Intelligence outlines the nature of emotional intelligence and shows its vast impact on many aspects of life. It depicts the ways emotional intelligence evolves and how it can be boosted. It poses an alternative to the overly cognition-centered approaches to the human mind that formerly prevailed in the psychological establishment. It presents the reader with new insights into the relationship between success and cognitive capabilities, and a positive outlook on possibilities to improve his life. If you want to read the FULL BOOK VERSION here is the amazon link - 🤍 Please remember to SUBSCRIBE if you want to listen to more book summaries that could change your life for the better! 🤍 *INTERESTED IN INVESTING? Check out these investing apps I use TRADING212 - Get a FREE share when signing up (🤍 FREETRADE - Get a FREE share up to £200 when signing up and depositing a minimum of £1 (🤍 STAKE - Get a FREE share up to $150 when signing up (🤍 Timestamps: Find key parts of the book quickly or go back and recap over sections by clicking on the times below. 00:00 Emotional Intelligence 01:02 Emotions help us learn new things, understand others and push to take action 03:02 Emotions can impede our judgement or make us act irrationally 04:58 Emotional intelligence helps you to manage your emotions and leverage them to reach goals 06:51 Emotional intelligence is the capacity that helps you navigate the social world 08:43 Emotional intelligence requires a balance between the emotional and rational side of the brain 10:45 Emotional intelligence makes you healthier and more successful 12:50 The future of society will depend on its children's emotional intelligence 14:56 There are several ways to boost your emotional intelligence 16:54 You can use emotional intelligence in all areas of your life 18:45 Key message Want to read as much as you want, choosing from over 1 million titles and thousands of audiobooks? Explore new authors, books, and genres from personal development and investing to human psychology. PLUS you can read on any device. Get your FREE Kindle Unlimited 30 day trial here - 🤍 Or check out your FREE Amazon Audible membership here - 🤍 Like this format? Check out Blinkist here - blinkist.o6eiov.net/MXQ3E3 Fair use copyright disclaimer Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. 1)This video has no negative impact on the original works 2)This video is also for teaching and inspirational purposes. 3)It is not transformative in nature. I do not own the rights to these images, videos and audio files. They have, in accordance with fair use, have been repurposed with the intent of educating and motivating others. Affiliate Disclosure: Some of the links on this channel's webpage are affiliate links. This comes at no additional cost to you, and helps support the channel through commissions. Commissions may be earned after you click through and make a purchase. However, this does not impact my opinions and comparisons. If you don’t wish to use my links, another way to support the channel would be to SUBSCRIBE and COMMENT on the video :) Your support is much appreciated

2 Minutes of EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE TAKEAWAYS from Daniel Goleman | BRAND MINDS

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➡️ Do you know what achievement orientation means? ➡️ Or what is cognitive control? DANIEL GOLEMAN, World Famous Psychologist, shares the answer with you in this video. In only 2 minutes you will learn 10 EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE takeaways. Are you ready to skyrocket your knowledge? #BrandMinds #DanielGoleman

Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman ► Animated Book Summary

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An animated book summary of Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ by Daniel Goleman. Video by OnePercentBetter. Get 2 Free Audiobooks ► 🤍 Get This Book ► 🤍 RESOURCES Subscribe For More: ► 🤍 HIGHLIGHTS 0:12 - INTRODUCTION: What is emotional intelligence? 1:16 - LESSON 1: The Ventilation Fallacy - Venting When You're Angry Prolongs Your Mood Rather Than End It. 2:46 - LESSON 2: Don't Ruminate When You're Sad, Distract Yourself Instead. 4:54 - LESSON 3: The Artful Critique - How To Criticize The Right Way. 6:03 - LESSON 4: Emotional Contagion - Set The Emotional Tone. SUMMARY Attention! The word 'depression' in this video simply refers to feelings of sadness and not 'clinical depression'. In the name of psychology and neuroscience, Daniel Goleman shares his insights on why IQ is not an accurate predictor of how well one does in life. A new metric is called for, one he calls, 'Emotional Intelligence'. Everyone has the capacity to develop their emotional skills and improve their EQ. This video shows you some examples of ways to cultivate your emotional intelligence so you can put them to work at home, in the workplace, and in your relationships. EQUIPMENT Software: VideoScribe ► 🤍 Camera: Canon T4i ► 🤍 Microphone: Blue Yeti ► 🤍 Pop Filter ► 🤍 LET'S CONNECT! Patreon ► 🤍 Website ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 RELATED CHANNELS FightMediocrity illacertus Improvement Pill LearningREADefined Optimize Your Journey ObtainEudaimonia Lifelonglearning MeaningAZ Bookjuice 2000 Books For Business Inquiries Email: brandonnankivell🤍hotmail.com ★★★ WHAT SOFTWARE DO I USE? ★★★ VideoScribe - Get it here ► 🤍?aid=1371302 ★★★ WANT TO READ MORE IN LESS TIME? ★★★ Get Blinkist - 1,800+ best-selling nonfiction books, transformed into powerful shorts you can read or listen to in just 15 minutes ► 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The 50th Law by Robert Greene and 50 Cent ► Book Summary" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

The Six Leadership Styles by Daniel Goleman

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In this video, we explain the six leadership styles by Daniel Goleman. Video contents: - Introduction 00:00 - Overview of The 6 Leadership Styles 01:09 - Climate Impact of Leadership Styles 02:12 - Coercive Leadership 03:24 - Authoritative Leadership 04:44 - Affiliative Leadership 06:35 - Democratic Leadership 08:16 - Pacesetting Leadership 09:40 - Coaching Leadership 11:15 - Summary 13:09 If you'd like to learn more or download our Six Leadership Styles Template, then take a look at our companion article here: 🤍 Subscribe to Our Channel: 🤍

Daniel Goleman - Le caratteristiche di un leader con Intelligenza Emotiva

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Scopri gli eventi di Performance Strategies 👉 🤍

"Does Mindfulness Really Work?" With Daniel Goleman and Richard Davidson

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Does Mindfulness Really Work? What the Science Tells Us. With Daniel Goleman and Richard Davidson, authors of Altered Traits. Source: HBR / Facebook Original Video: 🤍 - Copyright Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. All copyrighted materials contained here belong to their respective copyright holders, I do not claim ownership over any of these materials. I realize no profit, monetary or otherwise, from the exhibition of these video.

Daniel Goleman on what it takes to be a great leader

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“What makes a leader?” -What are the 4 strengths found in the best leaders? Why having a gut sense is essential and what your brain is telling you when you feel it! What are the six styles of leadership that make the biggest impact on the work force? Don’t shoot yourself in the foot as a leader! –You have an impact on the people you work with! Learn what your responsibility is as a leader. Command and control leadership – is there a time and place for this style?

Intelligence émotionnelle : 6 étapes pour gérer ses émotions de Daniel Goleman

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Si pendant longtemps le quotient intellectuel a été considéré le meilleur facteur pour prédire le succès scolaire et professionnel, dans les années 2000 plusieurs études ont montré qu’il ne pèse que 20% dans l’atteinte du succès. Le 80% restant dépendent d’autres facteurs, comme l’éducation, le contexte social, notre caractère. Parmi ces facteurs, l’intelligence émotionnelle joue un rôle de premier plan. Dans son livre « Intelligence émotionnelle », Daniel Goleman démontre l’importance de savoir analyser et contrôler ses sentiments et ses émotions, ainsi que ceux des autres, afin de vivre une vie réussie. Si les habilités cognitives peuvent avoir une forte base génétique, les compétences émotives s’apprennent avec l’expérience. Tout le monde a le potentiel de maîtriser ses émotions. Le rôle principal d’une émotion, d’un point de vue biologique, est de favoriser la réalisation d’une action. Avec la colère, par exemple, plus de sang va dans les mains pour permettre de lutter avec plus de force. Avec la peur, le sang se concentre dans les gros muscles des jambes, pour faciliter la fuite. Avec le bonheur, le cerveau augmente son activité et inhibe les pensées négatives. Le cerveau peut être modélisé en trois parties, qui sont apparue successivement dans le processus évolutif : • La plus ancienne est le cerveau reptilien, qui régule de manière automatique les fonctions vitales. • Ensuite, il y a l’amygdale, qui associe les émotions et les réactions physiologiques pour choisir la bonne action selon les inputs sensoriels. • La plus est le néocortex, qui s’est développé de manière très prononcée dans les êtres humains et qui gère le raisonnement. Quand nous sommes submergés par une émotion intense, l’amygdale génère des signaux cérébraux très rapides et intenses, qui inhibent le fonctionnement du néocortex. C’est pour ça que nous réagissons d’instinct, incapables de réfléchir. On peut donc bien dire que nous avons 2 cerveaux et 2 types d’intelligence, une rationnelle et l’autre émotionnelle. Notre capacité à prendre des bonnes décisions, à choisir des bonnes actions face à une situation donnée, dépend de notre capacité à bien utiliser ces 2 intelligences. La capacité à reconnaître ses émotions, et à comprendre qu’il est possible (et parfois avantageux) d’inhiber les réactions instinctives, est une compétences que l’on développe particulièrement pendant l’enfance, mais qui peut continuer tout au long de sa vie. Voici les 5 domaines principaux dans les compétences émotionnelles : 1. Reconnaître ses émotions : c’est quand nous sommes certains des émotions que nous ressentons que nous sommes capables de prendre des meilleures décisions. 2. Gérer ses émotions, ce qui permet de se débarrasser de l’anxiété et de l’irritabilité ; maîtriser cette compétence permet de se relever rapidement après un échec. 3. Se motiver : canaliser ses émotions est essentielle pour poursuivre des objectifs ambitieux ; cela facilite l’attention, la maîtrise de soi et la créativité. 4. Reconnaître les émotions des autres : savoir lire les signaux sociaux permet d’identifier les besoins et les souhaits des autres. 5. Maîtriser ses relations : l’art des relations s’appuie en grande partie sur l’habilité à gérer les émotions des autres. Si les habilités cognitives sont en grande partie le résultat de la génétique, les compétences émotionnelles sont plutôt le fruit de l’expérience et de l’apprentissage. L’intelligence émotionnelle représente un pilier essentiel pour le développement du caractère et de la personnalité de chacun. Dans un monde de dépendances interpersonnelles très complexes, l’intelligence émotionnelle représente un atout essentiel pour la réussite personnelle et professionnelle. Quelles sont vos stratégies pour comprendre et maîtriser vos émotions ? Comment ces compétences vous aident dans vos relations avec les autres ? Laissez un commentaire ci-dessous. Ressources disponibles Soutenez Mind Parachutes et téléchargez l'audio de cette vidéo : 🤍 Mind carte (l'image de synthèse à la fin de la vidéo) : 🤍 Livre sur amazon : 🤍 Crédit pour la musique finale : Bensound (🤍bensound.com)

Daniel Goleman Inteligencia emocional

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Emotionele Intelligentie met Daniel Goleman

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Dr. Daniel Goleman bespreekt in zijn lezing wat het betekent om intelligent met je emoties om te gaan. Hij toont aan de hand van een vijftal essentiële interpersoonlijke vaardigheden aan hoe emotionele intelligentie kan leiden tot een betere gezondheid, meer zakelijk succes en een leuker privé-leven. Aan de hand van onderzoeksresultaten zet hij uiteen dat mensen die emotioneel intelligent zijn, succesvoller zijn als ouder, partner en collega. En emotionele intelligentie kan, in tegenstelling tot IQ, wel degelijk geleerd worden. In dit programma ziet u hoe u uw emotionele intelligentie verbetert. 🤍

Body Scan Meditation - Daniel Goleman

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Body scan guided meditation from Daniel Goleman, included among other audio exercises as part of Develop a Healthy Mind - 🤍 - from Daniel Goleman and Richard Davidson.

Daniel Goleman's explanation of "Flow"

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Clip from: 🤍 // ADDITIONAL CONTENT // Newsletter: 🤍 Podcast: 🤍 // COURSES // 🤍 // BOOKS // 🤍 // LINKS // Website: 🤍 Consultancy: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 #drdanielgoleman #danielgoleman #keystepmedia #emotionalintelligence #socialintelligence #focus #mindfulness #alteredtraits #leadership #mindfullleadership #flow

Superhumans: The remarkable brain waves of high-level meditators | Daniel Goleman

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Psychologist Daniel Goleman shares what he learned by studying the brain waves of Olympic level meditators — and its unprecedented in science. ❍ Subscribe to The Well on YouTube: 🤍 ❍ Up next: How Picasso and Beethoven hacked creativity 🤍 People who have meditated for thousands of hours exhibit a remarkable difference in their brainwaves. Psychologist and author Daniel Goleman says we can actually see what happens in the heads of those who have achieved "enlightenment." “Perhaps the most remarkable findings in the Olympic level meditators has to do with what’s called a gamma wave. All of us get gamma for a very short period when we solve a problem we’ve been grappling with, even if it’s something that’s vexed us for months. We get about half a second of gamma; it’s the strongest wave in the EEG spectrum… What was stunning was that the Olympic level meditators…their brainwave shows gamma very strong all the time as a lasting trait just no matter what they’re doing,” says Goleman. Read the full video transcript: 🤍 ❍ About The Well ❍ Do we inhabit a multiverse? Do we have free will? What is love? Is evolution directional? There are no simple answers to life’s biggest questions, and that’s why they’re the questions occupying the world’s brightest minds. So what do they think? How is the power of science advancing understanding? How are philosophers and theologians tackling these fascinating questions? Let’s dive into The Well. Join The Well on your favorite platforms: ❍ Facebook: 🤍 ❍ Instagram: 🤍

Inteligencia emocional-Daniel Goleman-Resumen animado

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Obtén el libro a través de amazon: 🤍 Inteligencia emocional es un libro escrito por Daniel Goleman, donde se describe como nuestras emociones cumplen un papel determinante en el cumplimiento de nuestros objetivos, en este resumen en primera medida vemos como tenemos una mente emocional y otra racional, nuestra mente emocional es heredada de nuestros ancestros, los cuales únicamente poseían cerebro reptiliano y cerebro límbico, y a partir de ellos se desarrollaría la neo corteza, que es la que como seres humanos poseemos y es la responsable de nuestro pensamiento lógico y analítico, haber desarrollado un cerebro racional a partir de un cerebro emocional, brinda una estrecha conexión entre las emociones y la razón, las cuales en la mayoría de ocasiones operan en armonía para ayudarnos a tomar mejores decisiones y a tener comportamientos más asertivos, sin embargo en ocasiones nuestro cerebro emocional tiene la capacidad de controlar nuestra razón, lo que hace que tengamos comportamientos irracionales de los cuales luego nos podemos arrepentir, por eso es importante, desarrollar nuestra inteligencia emocional, para ello es necesario tener en cuenta cinco aspectos fundamentales: el primero de ellos es conocer nuestras emociones, segundo aprender a manejarlas, tercero tener motivación, especialmente en momentos donde las cosas no están saliendo como deseamos, cuarto aprender a reconocer las emociones en otros (empatía) y por último aprender a manejar nuestras relaciones con los demás. Es importante también saber que debemos evitar tres emociones negativas: la ira, la ansiedad y la depresión, ya que se ha comprobado que estas tres son las que más repercusiones en nuestra salud, en nuestra relación con los demás y en los resultados que obtenemos, en lugar de ello debemos cultivar la esperanza y el optimismo, lo cual nos permite tener grandes expectativas para conseguir lo que deseamos. La inteligencia emocional también es muy importante en el trabajo, ya que aquellos que saben escuchar a las demás personas y abren la puerta al dialogo, tienen más probabilidades de resolver los conflictos, también es importante aceptar las críticas, y si tienes que criticar a alguien debes ser especifico y ofrecer soluciones. No tener inteligencia emocional implica escalar conflictos que hubiesen podido ser resueltos a través del dialogo, no ser conscientes de las emociones también hace más propensas a las personas a entrar en adicciones tales como las drogas o el alcohol, o a cometer fatales de los cuales solo queda luego arrepentimiento. Suscribete: 🤍 Mis redes sociales Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍

Daniel Goleman Lecciones de Sabiduria Si no dominas tus emociones no llegaras muy lejos

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Daniel Goleman es un psicólogo estadounidense. Doctor en Harvard y conocido por sus escritos sobre ciencias conductuales y cerebrales para The New York Times. Es autor del bestseller Inteligencia emocional , con más de cinco millones de ejemplares vendidos, por el que se hizo conocido a nivel mundial. CAPITULOS 00:00 Introducción 01:05 1. No existe relación humana donde no haya conflictos. 02:34 2. El Coeficiente Intelectual parece solo aportar un 20% de los factores del éxito. 04:02 3. El autodominio exige autoconciencia más autorregulación. 05:24 4. La inteligencia emocional a veces puede exigir no ser amable. 06:49 5. Las emociones son contagiosas. 08:04 6. Las emociones afectan a nuestra atención y a nuestro rendimiento. 09:21 7. Si no dominas las habilidades emocionales, no vas a llegar muy lejos. 11:03 8. Cuanto más abiertos estemos a nuestros sentimientos, mejor leemos los de los demás. 12:19 9. Las emociones fuera de control transforman en estúpidas a personas inteligentes. 13:51 10. La mente sólo puede centrarse en una cosa a la vez. LISTA DE REPRODUCCIÓN: 🤍

Come sviluppare l'intelligenze emotiva secondo Daniel Goleman

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Breve estratto del discorso tenuto dal Prof. Daniel Goleman in occasione dell'evento Zeta Service del 9/11/2011 "Un pomeriggio sensibilmente differente"

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