Emotional Intelligence Logic And Creativity

Boost your IQ, emotional intelligence (EQ), wisdom, creativity, memory, learn philosophy and logic
Emotional Intelligence Logic And Creativity
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2.34 GB
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5h 48m


Alex Genadinik


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Last updated 12/2022



Emotional Intelligence Logic And Creativity

What you’ll learn

Raise your emotional intelligence
Become wiser and have a richer inner life
Learn logic and understand how to use philosophy
Get a combination of tactics to get smarter and get ahead at work and in society
Manage emotionally difficult work and social situations more effectively
Handle stress better with emotional intelligence
Have better days emotionally
Manage your emotional states, be happier, have more positive and less negative emotional states

Emotional Intelligence Logic And Creativity


Desire and inspiration to boost your intelligence in a variety of ways that benefit you for the rest of your life


Original course to improve many facets of your intelligence and make you immediately smarter and wiser – yes it works!You will learn:Emotional intelligenceConnection of memory and intelligenceHow to be more creativeHow to be more worldlyIQ and whether you can raise itHow to keep your brain healthyThe 7-intelligences theoryLogical fallaciesBy the end of this course, you will have a fantastic view of what it takes a person to be smarter. You will be able to fill in the blanks within your own intelligence, and take the necessary steps to become a wiser individual.Sign up for this unique course, and improve the quality of your life by making yourself more intelligent.BOOST EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCEMost people think that emotional intelligence is a field started in the 1980’s by Daniel Goleman. He did put emotional intelligence on the map, but he isn’t a researcher himself. Before Daniel Goleman, many prominent researchers studied emotions. In addition to that, philosophers from Aristotle to Jean-Paul Sartre explored elements of emotional intelligence. This course gives you a broader view of emotional intelligence.INSTRUCTOR BACKGROUNDI’ve been an entrepreneur for 15+ years, have coached 1,000+ entrepreneurs in person, taught 100,000+ students, impacted millions of entrepreneurs worldwide creating 6 and 7-figure businesses in the process, and I would love to help you.My work has had a positive impact on millions of entrepreneurs, improving lives in every country of the world, creating 6 and 7-figure businesses in the process, and I would love to help you next.BONUSES INCLUDED* Lots of extra freebies, downloadable worksheets, and exercises to make the course more interactive and valuable* Personal invitation to my Facebook community after you complete the course* My list of 50 business-success skills when you complete the course* Be entered to get chosen for my student of the month status and have your business featured RESPONSIVE AND CARING INSTRUCTOR: WORLD-CLASS STUDENT SUPPORTIf you have questions, know that I am here to help! I answer 99% of student questions within 24 hours. Many students tell me that other instructors don’t respond. Well, I do because 1) I care about my students.2) I feel a responsibility to make sure that students get their money’s worth from the course.MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE  The course comes with an unconditional, Udemy-backed, 30-day money-back guarantee. This is not just a guarantee, it’s my personal promise to you that I will go out of my way to help you succeed just like I’ve done for thousands of my other students. Invest in yourself. Enroll now and learn Emotional Intelligence, creativity, logic, and much more.


Section 1: Introduction to this course on emotional intelligence, creativity, logic, & more

Lecture 1 Introduction to this course on emotional intelligence, creativity, logic, & more

Section 2: I.Q (Intelligent Quotient)

Lecture 2 What does an I.Q test measure?

Lecture 3 What is Mensa

Lecture 4 Free I.Q test – see if you can beat me

Lecture 5 Limitations of I.Q and what’s next

Section 3: E.Q – Emotional Intelligence

Lecture 6 Introduction to Emotional Intelligence – most people don’t develop this

Lecture 7 Do emotions happen to you or do you make the emotions?

Lecture 8 Self-awareness: Five-step formula for controlling your own emotions

Lecture 9 Self-management as part of Emotional Intelligence

Lecture 10 Self-control: Making you do things you avoid doing

Lecture 11 4 elements of relaxing the mind to steer it from negative emotions

Lecture 12 3 kinds of empathy – big topic in Emotional Intelligence

Lecture 13 How I use empathy and emotional intelligence in sales

Lecture 14 Empathy acronym and reinforcement of what we learned

Lecture 15 Emotional Intelligence test

Lecture 16 The same emotions can have varying outcomes

Lecture 17 Managing anger – one of the most discussed Emotional Intelligence topics

Lecture 18 Few more points on anger

Lecture 19 Understand and handling dejection with Emotional Intelligence

Lecture 20 Dealing with fear with Emotional Intelligence

Lecture 21 Advanced emotional intelligence on fear

Lecture 22 Managing enthusiasm as part of Emotional Intelligence

Lecture 23 Emotional Intelligence about love

Lecture 24 Empathy and sympathy origins and beginning to think about them

Lecture 25 Ethics and emotions

Lecture 26 Emotions are rational and they should help us flourish

Lecture 27 Emotional experience: Feeling, sensations, and emotions

Lecture 28 Resentment, transmutation of values, contempt, justice and vigilante justice

Lecture 29 The Marshmallow test – Stanford study of the best predictor of future success

Section 4: Logic, reasoning and critical thinking

Lecture 30 Inductive and deductive reasoning

Lecture 31 Ampliative reasoning

Lecture 32 The Socratic Method

Lecture 33 Ad Hominem

Lecture 34 How to treat others with opposing point of view

Lecture 35 Surrounding yourself with similars

Lecture 36 The twisted argument

Lecture 37 Irrelevant argument

Lecture 38 Argument from lack of knowledge

Lecture 39 Case studies can be misleading

Lecture 40 Statistics vs. case studies

Lecture 41 Blindly trusting old assumptions

Lecture 42 Correlation does not imply causation

Lecture 43 Wishful thinking that feels good, but isn’t backed by sound reasoning

Lecture 44 Being uncomfortable with having negative thoughts and ideas

Lecture 45 Non-confrontation and giving into bullies and threat of anger

Lecture 46 Political correctness

Lecture 47 Slippery slope fallacy that creates anxiety, and how to deal with it

Lecture 48 Power of slogan

Lecture 49 Can’t disprove a negative

Lecture 50 Group belonging confusion

Section 5: Wisdom

Lecture 51 What is wisdom?

Section 6: Memory and intelligence

Lecture 52 Memory and intelligence

Section 7: Philosophy and how to learn most fields quickly

Lecture 53 How philosophy helps

Section 8: Diet and exercise for brain health

Lecture 54 Brain health basics

Lecture 55 Brain and stress

Lecture 56 4 happiness hormones and how they affect our productivity, motivation and mood

Lecture 57 Happiness chemicals and hormones graphic

Section 9: How to be worldly

Lecture 58 How to become more worldly and truly educated, quickly

Section 10: Focus

Lecture 59 Ideal focus

Lecture 60 Focus for starting a cognitively demanding work session

Lecture 61 Forty HZ binaural beats to boost focus for intense mental work

Lecture 62 Best state of focus, sometimes referred to as flow

Lecture 63 This is most impactful for ideal focus and concentration

Section 11: The theory of 7 intelligences from psychology

Lecture 64 7 intelligences theory

Section 12: How to be more creative

Lecture 65 How to be more creative

Lecture 66 Another way of looking at creativity & the path to breakthroughs

Lecture 67 Nine dot puzzle exercise and challenge to think creatively

Lecture 68 Nine dot puzzle answers

Lecture 69 Exercise: Answer the same question in many ways

Lecture 70 Exercise: What can you do with a random item?

Lecture 71 Brain hack to come up with creative solutions

Lecture 72 Creativity correlation to expertise

Lecture 73 Creativity exercise

Lecture 74 Creativity exercise – answer

Section 13: Research

Lecture 75 Highly intelligent people perform worse under pressure so re-frame situation

Section 14: Brain training games

Lecture 76 Brain training games

Section 15: Decision-making

Lecture 77 Introduction to decision-making

Lecture 78 Covey’s time management matrix from 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Lecture 79 Biology of decision-making, moods, and impulsiveness

Section 16: Better and faster learning

Lecture 80 How to boost memory retention

Lecture 81 Better note taking

Section 17: Conclusion

Lecture 82 Course certificate: How to get it if you need it

Lecture 83 We are nearing the end of the course


Anyone who wants to be smarter and raise their emotional intelligence,People who are looking to improve themselves,People interested in emotional intelligence, IQ, wisdom, and being more worldly

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 5h 48m | 2.34 GB
Created by: Alex Genadinik

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