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Daniel Goleman
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Daniel Goleman

Daniel Goleman is an award winning psychologist and scientific journalist. He is a former "New York Times" editorial writer and the author of the book. Utilizing statistics, personal stories, anecdotes, and a variety of other techniques, Goleman makes his case for why social intelligence is one of the most fundamentally important things in this world. The book examines the relationship between neuroscience and human interactions. Goleman finds that we are "wired to connect", and examines the impact are personal relationships have all every aspect of our lives. Goleman intended this book to act as a companion piece to his "New York Times" best-seller "Emotional Intelligence". For much of the book, Goleman tells uses other peoples data and stories to make his point, although he does occasionally use anecdotes from his own life.

Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Hughes

In the prologue of the book, Goleman tells a story of...

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