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7 Steps to Emotional Intelligence Paperback – 1 Mar 2001

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  • Paperback: 418 pages
  • Publisher: Crown House Publishing; First Edition edition (1 Mar. 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1899836500
  • ISBN-13: 978-1899836505
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.8 x 23.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 313,482 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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A great book that applies NLP theory in a practical way. Excellent summary of major aspects of NLP ( especially TOTE, Neurological levels, language and rapport), backed up by useful references and research findings sometimes missing from such books. I'd recommend this book to anybody who has completed an NLP practitioner course and would like to know more about the theory and how to apply it in business as well as in their personal lives. The exercises are clear and accessible. As a coach I look forward to using many of these with clients. The book is well laid out and clearly structured to allow you to quickly find the parts of the book which may be of most interest. In the acknowledgements the authors quote Norman Mailer: "Writing books is the closest men ever come to childbearing." When you see the breadth and depth of this book you can understand why they say this. Any pain is well hidden as the book is clear and focused throughout by avoiding the jargon or tortuous metaphors sometimes found in books that tackle a subject somewhere between science and art. David Hodgson, Author of `The Buzz` --David Hodgson, Author of `The Buzz`

This book is interesting, enjoyable and useful. A definite must for anyone who finds that their emotions automatically lead their behaviour and their life. The authors explain clearly the connection between what we feel, what we think and what we do. It is very helpful if you find that you allow others to manipulate or guilt you into doing what they want you to do or if you find that you allow others to push your buttons . Packed with useful exercises and handy tips to aid you deal with conflict comfortably, this book is a good personal development read. It teaches you simple ways to get you life back on track in ways that are best for you. What I like about this book is that the authors don t tell you what to do, they allow each person to design a personal improvement system that suits them. But reading isn t enough you have to do what needs to be done. So give it a go, it s worth it. Terri Bodell NACHP --Terri Bodell NACHP

This comprehensive book, written from a mature NLP perspective and written by three leaders in the field, is loaded with powerful insights to fire up and help you understand- your emotional strength. 7 Steps makes a fresh and authoritative contribution on E.I. for anyone who is keen to extend their learning about the way we human beings work. Take it steady and drip-feed it in each page has nutrients worth absorbing into your bloodstream and you ll not want to miss their empowering effect. Andrew Sercombe, Master Coach, broadcaster and author, Executive Director: Powerchange the Personal Development Service --Andrew Sercombe, Master Coach, broadcaster and author, Executive Director: Powerchange the Personal Development Service

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Goleman taught us the importance of Emotional Intelligence. Since the publication of his EQ 'exposition', a whole array of Emotional Intelligence books has appeared, with each title purporting to put those theories of EQ into practice. This book goes deeper. Revealing the structure beneath Emotional Intelligence, 7 Steps utilises its unique framework to combine EQ and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) - the study of excellence that examines how behaviour is neurologically formulated. 7 Steps confidently integrates the insights of EQ and NLP to promote a greater understanding of how emotions work - and how they can be worked upon. This book is driven by one important message: 'don't just think about it, do it.' A model-based guide packed with powerful NLP exercises and self-assessment techniques, it allows you to generate your own trics, and to partake in an intensive EQ excellence course that utilises the self-programming practices of NLP. A thoroughly structured, functionally formatted guide to improving your EQ, 7 Steps serves as a textbook of EQ theory, a manual of NLP techniques, and a workbook that systematically leads you through the process of dynamic EQ improvement.

It answers the essential EQ questions: - what do my emotions mean? - how do I manage my emotions? - how can I deal with conflicts in an emotionally intelligent way? - what motivates people and how can I take that into account? - how can I handle situations in the best possible way? - how do I get what I want?

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5.0 out of 5 starsThis book is the answer
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