Emotional Intelligence…Not So Much (Part 3)

by Doc Orman, M.D.

Emotional Intelligence Part 3This is the third and final post in a three-part series on emotional intelligence.

I my first post this week, I pointed out that the 2009 book Emotional Intelligence 2.0 by Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves left me unimpressed.

In the second post, I presented a brief review of Been There, Done That, Do This: An Insider’s Guide To Overcoming Your Dysfunctional Past, by Sam Orbitz (2003).

Itsy Bitsy Spiders

Today,  I want to introduce you to one more book, recently written by me, called How To Eliminate Your Fear Of Spiders.

Now, don’t be too concerned if you have no problem at all with spiders. That’s not the main reason why I’m highlighting this book.   Of course if you do have a fear of spiders, or if you suffer from any other common phobia, this book will be a nice bonus for you.

The reason I’m featuring this book today is because it contains a very nice model for understanding human emotions in general, and fear in particular, that illustrates the type of emotional intelligence most of us should have…but only a few actually do.

This book hasn’t been officially “released” yet.  When it is, I’ll be offering it for sale on my new website http://stressandanxietysolutions.com .

But I believe the information it contains on how to best think about fear as a human emotion is so important, and so pertinent to our discussion about emotional intelligence this week, that I wanted to make it available to you for free for the next 7 days.

From now until midnight on Friday, January 25th, you can go to:

http://stressandanxietysolutions.com … and click on the “Complete List Of Solutions” Tab.  Go down to the section “Anxiety Solutions” and you’ll see a temporary link to download a free copy of this 37-page PDF e-book.  No opt-in or email address is required.  This link will remain active until it is removed on January 26th.

Focus On Pages 13-20

While you certainly are welcome to read the entire book, if you don’t read anything else, be sure to check out pages 13-20.

You’ll get a brief but powerful mini-training in how to become super-intelligent about the emotion of fear in human beings.  Whether it’s fear of spiders, fear of crowds, fear of public speaking, or fear of downloading free e-books from the Internet…this 8-page section will open your eyes to a new way of thinking about fear that hopefully will be very helpful to you.

Well, this wraps up our brief three-part discussion of emotional intelligence.  Hope you enjoyed it, and please feel free to leave a comment below.

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