• Masculine Emotional Intelligence

  • The 30-Day-EI-Mastery-Program for a Healthy Relationship with Yourself, Your Partner, Friends, and Colleagues
  • By: John Adams
  • Narrated by: Seth Thompson
  • Length: 3 hrs and 26 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (87 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The way you understand your own and other people´s emotions…will not only influence the relationship with your partner, family, and friends…maybe even more importantly, with colleagues, your manager, and peers at work.

Improving your emotional intelligence can have a big positive influence on all aspects of your life, and even directly increase your income and career trajectory.

The fact that emotional intelligence has become an important part of the curriculum of $66,000 MBA programs leaves clues as well.

Here´s a small part of what you´ll discover inside Masculine Emotional Intelligence:

  • Use "the emotional X-ray scan" to recognize emotions from other people, solely based on body language and facial expressions. Mastering this will get you a lot of respect and a high social status and can be used both at work as at home. (Warning: This can give you an unfair advantage.)
  • Why society gives men in general an unfair disadvantage regarding emotional intelligence…and what you can do about it today.
  • The "instant chill pill" so you return quickly to normal speaking volume and de-escalate the tension when you’re angry or having a fight with your partner. Works even if you´re boiling with rage.
  • An eye-opening, real-life example of how low emotional intelligence can cost you your career. Learn from this harrowing example, so you can prevent it happening to you. 
  • How to analyze your emotions at work, so you can strategically plan your behaviors and reactions. 
  • Three ways to effectively manage your frustrations, so you avoid suffering from the consequences when you get mad. 
  • Four proven methods to reduce nervousness and worrying, so you can focus your thoughts and energy on solutions. 
  • Three down-to-earth and practical tips to manage your anger, so you can avoid a divorce or lay-off. 
  • The six steps to discover your own emotions, to prevent broken relationships and problems at work.

And much, much more...

Other books on this subject tend to be quite theoretical and academic. This book, written in plain English, is jam-packed with day-to-day examples. Including The 30-day EQ mastery program which guides you step-by-step through essentials on how to deal with your own, and other people´s emotions. Explained through very relatable real life situations, at work, at home, or wherever.

Maybe you doubt if you can develop emotional intelligence later in life. Well, scientific studies show, that five-year-olds significantly improved their EI with only a few hours of practice. This indicates emotional intelligence isn´t something you´re born with. You can improve and develop further during your life, at any age.

©2019 John Adams (P)2019 John Adams

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Be transformed into new you

Be transformed into a new you! This book gave me new insights on how to improve not only my personal life but also my professional life too. It was indeed a revelation. Emotional Intelligence plays a major role in a person's life. The key is balance. This is definitely worth the read.

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its kinda for sissies... definitely very PC.

I don't understand why he calls it masculine..
this guy is obviously a sissy.
I bet if someone said Man up he would cry..

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Great Book

The content of this audio-book is very easy. This audio-book is highly recommended to everyone. I actually redeemed this audio-book.

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Finally an audiobook on EI that focuses on us, men

I enjoyed this audiobook from beginning to end because it talks and focuses on the way we interact as men and addresses emotional intelligence in a way that makes sense to us.
I recommend it, as it helps us build better relationships with family, friends, coworkers, and people in general. It won´t disappoint you.

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This book is perfect to build better self-confidence, control your emotions, and success! I learned so much from this book and helps a lot! I definitely recommend this book and John Adams really did his job!

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This is a great listen

The section on the importance of being a good listener struck home for me in particular and I am a lot clearer about how to address improving my personal emotional intelligence. Highly recommended.

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Break Out the Highlighter!!

This book delivers much more than promised. There is incredible value in the bonus content alone! You will find yourself reading it more than once, for sure. Tons and tons of useful information AND resources. I downloaded three apps the book suggested and have already plugged them into my daily life. Well done!

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This book is perfect for everyone!

This book is perfect for those who want to learn managing emotions, it contains a lot of tips, tricks, and essential rules on how to develop emotional intelligence not only in the environment close to you but also at work and over places that sometimes create discomfort! Also throw this book you can improve over important social skills like personal development, self-awareness, conflict management, positive psychology!

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Good Resource

This is really two books in one - emotional intelligence and mindfulness. While there are tons of books on the topic, including free ones, this has a lot of kinks and resources that will help your development. A good addition to the library.

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Valuable one

Emotional intelligence is as important as Intellectual Intelligence. It should be looked into and inculcated in the learning and education of all people as this brings forth a direct effect on the progress of the individual and the community he is in.

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  • 01-12-21

It’s not what I was looking for

It’s a breakdown of emotions and a bit of history which is interesting!

I feel most of this book is aimed at someone struggling with emotional intelligence rather than developing your masculinity or adding to your emotional intelligence.
restructured or aimed at different audiences I believe would improve.
it’s a good thing you’re doing! thanks

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  • Chambers
  • 06-27-20

Great tips and tricks for improving your EQ.

They don't teach this in school but this is probably the biggest skill you must develop in order to separate yourself from your competitors. The author was able to give you a lot of different concepts and techniques to improve your EQ, it was worth the read. Great read.

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  • Jennings
  • 06-27-20

Good Introduction To Emotional Intelligence

This book is a good introduction to the concept of emotional intelligence and how you might use it in your own life. It is a skill like any other, and if you do not have this skill naturally this book gives you solid ideas on how to develop it. The book is short, but it does contain a bonus book on the related topic of mindfulness which is useful. Definitely a worthwhile read.

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  • caitlin
  • 06-23-20

Good read

This book is a great starting point if you want to be a better employee, leader, friend, and romantic partner. This book is simply a reminder that being polite has many positive consequences in your life. Awesome job, really thankful. A step above the average of what's out there. Thanks.

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  • Jake
  • 08-16-19

This is a great book for working on how to better

This is a great book for working on how to better recognize our own and other's emotions that will greatly benefit our personal and professional relationships. It really helped me get a lot of useful information on all my questions. It's a good summary of much of the research in this area.

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  • Gill
  • 08-16-19

I was fulfilled when I acquired this book.

I was fulfilled when I acquired this book. This was an extraordinary book to peruse. I have discovered some magnificent tips which truly causes me to develop my enthusiastic quality. This is outstanding among st other book I have ever perused on this theme. I truly loved this book and would suggest any individual who needs such sort of data.

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  • Mugen
  • 08-16-19

A clear and deeper approach to how one can improve

A clear and deeper approach to how one can improve work relationships and relationship with friends. Good emotional Intelligence reminds us that people are more than a traditional IQ. It's an interesting and insightful look at how to use the brain functions with emotions and it's importance on creating better communication.

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  • Archie
  • 08-16-19

Some data and thoughts instructed me to have an

Some data and thoughts instructed me to have an uplifting viewpoint in each part of my life. Given information truly keep you spurred, propelled and beneficial. Worth perusing.

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  • Pearce
  • 08-16-19

An extremely instructive book on EI

An extremely instructive book on emotional intelligence. This book has left me great and accommodating bits of knowledge which can be apply in my regular living.

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  • Carol Fennell
  • 08-14-19

This is a good reference to have

It has a lot of the same information that I have accumulated from other sources and in life, however, it connected several of the dots and provided some valuable exercises. This is a good reference to have around when you find yourself less than excited about life and the people you share it with.