Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Emotional Intelligence

So glad that people are looking after me:


Dear Mr. Leweck,

It was brought to my attention last week that you are the Editor at Scuttlebutt e-Newsletter, and I want to make sure you received your copy of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 from Simon & Schuster.

Emotional intelligence is critical in these trying times, and I think the book will appeal greatly to your audience. Emotional Intelligence 2.0 teaches readers step-by-step how to increase their EQ, and it includes a unique passcode in each copy so that readers can test their EQs online. The book's test and strategies are based upon research with more than 500,000 people worldwide.

Consider these findings from Emotional Intelligence 2.0:

AN EMOTIONAL EPIDEMIC - Just 36% of people can accurately identify their emotions as they happen.
KEEP YOUR JOB - EQ explains 58% of job performance, and 90% of top performers are high in EQ.
MAKE MORE MONEY - A one point increase in EQ adds more than $1,300 to an annual salary.

The book received glowing endorsements from The Dalai Lama, Stephen Covey, and Ken Blanchard, among others. Craig, if for some reason you haven't received your copy, just let me know where you'd like it sent and I'll make sure you get one.

Warmly,

Michael

Michael Schmidt
Director of Public Relations
TalentSmart
858-509-0582 x 250
mschmidt@TalentSmartdev.com

PS - In case you'd like to try the EQ test that comes with the book, I've included instructions and a passcode for you below.


1) Go to: TalentSmart.com/test
2) Click on "TAKE THE TEST"
3) Enter this passcode when prompted: EIQ9BWDZJV

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3 Comments:

At 12:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

no fair, the password doesn't work...

 
At 12:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh wait yes it does... emotional intelligence maybe, regular intelligence FAIL

 
At 2:47 AM, Anonymous Azam Mansha said...

Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand your own emotions and those of people around you. Emotional intelligence is sometimes referred to as emotional quotient or emotional literacy. Individuals with emotion intelligence are able to relate to others with compassion and empathy, have well-developed social skills and use this emotional awareness to direct their actions and behaviour.

 

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