Slowing down in the fast-paced world – Hae Min
Squeezing each other for a place on the bus to work, squeezing every inch of the wheel at the end of the day, reeling from exams and work progress, getting tangled up in personal and personal relationships … do you always feel like the world around you is moving too fast? If possible, take a step back. To ask yourself, is the world in a hurry or is it because your mind is too busy? To pick up this simple yet succinct little book, slowly turn the pages, leisurely discover things that only slow down can understand: about relationships, about yourself, about the concerns before life and the world, about many things that the mind understands but the heart has no way to listen. First published in 2012, the book “Slowing Down In The Rushing World” by Venerable Hae Min has continuously topped the best-seller list of many prestigious Korean online book sites, becoming a healing book for millions of young people who are always busy with the hustle and bustle of modern life.
With this book, your emotions will really be balanced, slow down to feel the taste, to think before getting angry, to be able to enjoy the smallest joys, and maybe things. That’s not necessarily the case, changing the angle of view slowly will be more wonderful.
Catch the emotions
Catch the emotions is a book by two authors Ori and Rom Brafman. The book was written with the aim of exploring the interesting human psychology. We will learn about our own motivations and emotions that make us drawn to certain people and become close friends in related activities or situations.
True to the title of the book, “Catch the emotions” Give your readers an unexpected experience. It can be a book that suggests to people the latest ideas about the form of communication between people. Besides, the book is also an interesting journey to discover how you are in tune with the worldview around you, changing your way of thinking in those moments when you fall into a special emotional zone and everything. appears to have been placed into orbit; The book is also a useful advice for us in controlling our emotions.
The right of irrationality
Righteousness of irrationality was written by Social Scientist Dan Ariely with the aim of revealing the influences that can affect our lives. Those influences are surprising, both positive and negative, and can also be “irrational”. He studies people’s behaviors in the workplace and their relationships, he offers new insights and surprising facts about what motivates them to work, how we learn. to love the people we live with… All of which are best expressed by him in his book.
From interesting and unique experiments Dan Ariely has come to conclusions about the ways and causes for human actions. From our attitudes at work, to our romantic relationships, to our constant search for purpose in life, Ariely explains how to break pessimistic thought patterns and our behavior to make better decisions. The right of irrationality will change the way we perceive ourselves at work and at home – and examine our irrational behaviors in a whole new light.
Feelings of life from a wheelchair – Daniel Gottlieb
Feelings of life from a wheelchair – Daniel Gottlieb by Daniel Gottlieb are life lessons written from someone who has experienced so much loss in his life. The author, 33-year-old psychologist with a happy family life with his wife and two daughters suddenly became a disabled person and confined his life to a wheelchair. This tragic accident changed Daniel Gottlieb’s life forever. From his own tragedy and the patients he has had the opportunity to consult, Daniel gives readers profound messages and many meaningful lessons about life.
Read a book Feelings of life from a wheelchair We realize that, when faced with many of life’s difficult problems, we sometimes seem to close our hearts and let our emotions guide us. We often feel miserable when we feel anxious and find ways to get rid of that uncomfortable feeling. And the content in the book will help us realize that anxiety is a highly contagious emotional state. And if we don’t calm down to think about the problem and calmly face it, we will feel more alone, misunderstood and afraid.
The Boundary – Henry Cloud, John Townsend.
Whereas ideological boundaries allow you the freedom to think and express an independent point of view, emotional boundaries help us regulate our own emotions and avoid entangled emotions. , harmful from others.
You see, this book will show you how to draw those boundaries, how to maintain them, and how to control them.
Roy Garn – Roy Garn
The perfect book on building relationships Feelings of Death is an open conversation about how each person finds a motto and a rule of life, to maintain peace of mind and relationships. “Achilles’ heel” has become a popular idiom referring to a person’s weakness or “death point”. The Emotional Death Citadel can help us achieve peak happiness and success, but it can also make us… fall into a tragedy like Achilles!
If we do not recognize and control Feelings of Death We can lose many rights, opportunities for success, even happiness in life, all the best things we have… in just a moment! Many people focus on improving their appearance, improving their physique and taking care of the material things in their lives. Meanwhile, emotions are an invisible but very important factor in life. What is your Emotional Acupoint? How does it have such unparalleled power? And how do you turn it into a powerful weapon that helps you achieve the happiness and success you want in life? All the answers you need are in this book on managing emotions.
The secret of the bucket of emotions
In life, we always form relationships through the exchange of social relationships. Therefore, in the process of communication, there will be conflicts and attitudes. But not everyone knows how to adjust their own attitudes so that these relationships work out the way they want. Inside each of us lies an invisible “bucket”. That bucket of emotions is full or empty, depending on how each person behaves. The secret of the bucket of emotions is a book that helps us get useful lessons in expressing our attitudes.
The Secret Bucket of Emotions helps us to see the influence of life attitude on social relationships, labor productivity, health, as well as age of people. Besides, the book also gives you methods to enhance positive moments in life, improve work productivity as well as limit the influence of negative factors on each person.
Emotional Intelligence – Daniel Goleman.
The Magical Power of Emotions – Esther & Jerry Hicks
In life, we often ask ourselves questions like: Is the correct measure of success in life the joy? Are we free to choose our own ideas? What ideas can serve as our guide to the right things?… All of those questions will be answered in the book. The magic power of emotions by Esther & Jerry Hicks. And the short answer is: I’ll let my emotions guide me.
Perhaps from the title, we can easily realize that what the author wants to convey to us is The magic power of emotions. Because each of us is an emotional entity, your emotions are absolute indicators, and sometimes emotional connection brings a sense of relief. That is what the author mentioned in part 1 of the book. In the second part of the book, the author gives interesting stories to prove the magical power of emotions. Hopefully from these little stories will help you solve problems gently and effectively. most fruitful.
Irrational – Dan Ariely.
It is not wrong to say that this is an exceptionally engaging and inspiring book. It forces you to think more carefully about all your behaviors and mistakes to live more rationally and better. Therefore, it is not surprising that the book is still on the best-seller lists of many online bookstores and is well received by readers. In his series of experiments to shed light on the matter, Dan Ariely, countered the common view that humans are essentially always acting on the basis of reason. By combining in-depth research with real-life experiences, Ariely gives us an unexpected answer: we are sometimes more irrational than we think. Ariely has discovered that not only do we make simple mistakes every day, but we also repeat them. But these misbehaviors are neither random nor meaningless. They can be predicted. The book really helps us to look back and recognize a lot of the small to big behaviors in our lives to see how irrational it is. And this will surely surprise you.
“Irrational” Ariely’s books suggest, encourage you to look back at all those decisions, learn lessons from mistakes in your own behavior and that of others, to perfect and control emotions in the best way for those who need it. make better decisions in the future.
The Power of Emotional Intelligence – Roger Fisher & Daniel Shapiro
From there, you will know how to respond flexibly, know how to control emotions for yourself and others. As a result, you will find that the negotiations will take place in a more relaxed, favorable and effective atmosphere. Thanks to this book, you will settle all negotiations even the most difficult, regardless of whether the difficulty comes from subjective or objective reasons.
Decoding Emotional Intelligence
Human emotions are complex and that’s what we’re always looking for answers to. Decoding Emotional Intelligence (Emotional Intelligence For Rookies) is a famous book by two authors: Andrea Bacon and Ali Dawson. This book is written as an explanation to help you understand where emotions come from, how they affect you, and more importantly, how to use the power of emotions to achieve success.
The intelligence of every person is very important. But wisdom cannot take you through the ups and downs in life. Besides, emotions have a very powerful impact. If our emotions are not regulated in a harmonious way, that will affect our health, happiness and success. It is emotional intelligence that will help you do all of this. And the knowledge in the book Decoding Emotional Intelligence will help you apply emotions in a good way to create positive effects in your own life and work.
Emotional Intelligence – Applications in Work – Daniel Goleman.
21st Century Emotional Intelligence – Travis Bradberry & Jean Greaves
21st Century Emotional Intelligence is considered an “upgraded” book of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 also by Travis Bradberry & Jean Greaves. Coming to this book, the two authors teach us how to control our emotions through 66 methods. The book gives you the freedom to apply it to your daily life, and watch your EQ gradually increase to reap worthy results.
With the book 21st Century Emotional Intelligence, readers will better understand the skills that make up emotional intelligence: Self-awareness, Self-mastery, Social awareness, Relationship management. From there, the practical, transparent advice is condensed into an effective practical method, not just a theory. This is an indispensable guide for those who want to be happier and more successful through enhancing their EQ.