• The Art of Social Intelligence

  • Observe the Habits of Highly Effective People and Improve Your Mindset
  • By: John Ward
  • Narrated by: KC Wayman
  • Length: 3 hrs and 10 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (29 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Why does socializing appear effortless for some and laborious for others?

While literacy is taken for granted in modern society, there’s another essential aspect of communication that is often overlooked: social intelligence. Without it, our personal and professional relationships suffer shallowness and often fizzle out.

Networking, romance, and friendships are all incredibly challenging without a healthy level of social awareness. Unlike learning to read, however, many of us don’t become socially “literate” until far later in life; and even then, the journey towards true social intelligence is usually characterized by trial and error.

In this book, you will learn:

  • Why understanding yourself first is the key to understanding others
  • How to learn and practice new emotional intelligence skills
  • How to hone finely attuned, receptive, and effective communication skills
  • Conflict resolution skills that will ensure everyone feels heard and accepted
  • How to step into others’ shoes and meaningfully accept their perspectives
  • Why the important people in your life deserve open appreciation
  • And more!

Relationships with colleagues, family, and partners are at the core of everything we do. By investing in your social intelligence, you’re investing in a more meaningful life as a whole. Start today!

John Ward is a professor, motivational speaker and author, and holds two degrees in psychology and neuroscience. He has devoted his life to helping people become their best selves both in the classroom and in countless books.

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©2020 John Ward (P)2020 John Ward

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Improvement book.

Best book REALLY helpful and some thing we can easily improve by this book and my advice every student read this book

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Waoooo.

This book is not a self-help book for people who want to make friends. It is a book that reiterates the basic tenants of leadership in a work environment. Point being, don’t let the kitsch title keep you from giving this book a chance, there is good information here.

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Good luck on your journey!

If you're having troubles in life and simply can't figure out what you're doing wrong, this is a fantastic place to start.

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It is very interesting.

his book helped me to achieve a higher level of administration. It was really interesting, even though my class was cancelled I had still listened to it and found it to be very interesting and overall user-friendl

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it is very interesting

The tendency formulate diversity from an individual rather than a social population perspective is counter with data present in a well written book

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Good written.

It definitely opened up my eyes to the science of mannerism and the communication also being expressed by the subconscious body language.

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Wonderful audio book


I enjoyed very much the way he explains complex topics in a very easy listen. Thank you very much for this amazing work.

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Great book.

Great book. All people should know this stuff. I liked it more than the original emotional Intelligence.

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Fantasticc.

Needs several re-listen but the gems and insights you discover are amazing. Highly recommended.i love this book.

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Helpful book.

It definitely opened up my eyes to the science of mannerism and the communication also being expressed by the subconscious body language.

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Fascinating!

I am reading his books, its just a pleasure to have an imaginary dialogue with such a wise man. Reading has this unique opportunity to really absorb the thoughts of brilliant minds.

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four star.

An excellent analysis of AI in both its present accomplishments and ambitious plans. John Lennox acknowledges AI's many benefits, but demonstrates its lofty goals demands our careful thinking.

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  • Marshall M Smith
  • 12-15-20

Extremely helpful.

An excellent analysis of AI in both its present accomplishments and ambitious plans. Thanks. .

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  • 12-15-20

This book hits it head on, with great insight

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, because I am at a point where better understanding how scripture informs and has informed our development is most important to me.

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  • 12-15-20

Great read.

This leads to wonderful commentary from Scripture that might have relevance to AI. A great read, thank you

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  • ainna
  • 12-13-20

A bit of a disappointment

I had loved Emotional Intelligence so much that I was really excited to read Social Intelligence as I expected an indepth look on Interpersonal Intelligence