Die besten 84 Bücher zu Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence is a vital skill in today's world, as it influences how we navigate relationships, make decisions, and manage stress. Developing a deeper understanding of emotional intelligence can lead to personal and professional growth. Our handpicked list of books is here to guide you on this journey.

These books offer insights and techniques to help you enhance your emotional intelligence, enabling you to thrive in various aspects of life. So, don't wait any longer and start exploring these enlightening reads today!
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Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Emotions Revealed von Paul Ekman

Emotions Revealed

Paul Ekman
Recognizing Faces and Feelings to Improve Communication and Emotional Life
3.7 (47 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Emotions Revealed?

Emotions Revealed (2003) puts emotions under the microscope, revealing where they come from and how to recognize them, whether they’re yours or someone else’s. If you’ve ever wanted to know if someone was being dishonest or trying to deceive you with a friendly smile, these are the blinks for you!

Wer Emotions Revealed lesen sollte

  • Law enforcement officers who need to recognize the emotions of criminals and victims
  • Therapists and psychologists who want to help patients cope with their emotions
  • Empathetic people who want to connect more effectively with others

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Anger Management for Dummies von Charles H. Elliott & Laura L. Smith

Anger Management for Dummies

Charles H. Elliott & Laura L. Smith
Your One-Stop Guide to Anger Management
4.0 (139 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Anger Management for Dummies?

Anger Management for Dummies (2015) is a guide to dealing with your inner irascibility. These blinks will give you the tools you need to understand and – more importantly – master your anger. You’ll learn methods for dissolving stress, dealing with provocations and even stopping temper tantrums in their tracks.

Wer Anger Management for Dummies lesen sollte

  • Anyone who feels chronically on edge
  • People who suffer from high blood pressure and wonder whether suppressed rage could be the cause
  • People searching for ways to control their anger

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Unmasking the Face von Paul Ekman and Wallace V. Friesen

Unmasking the Face

Paul Ekman and Wallace V. Friesen
A Guide to Recognizing Emotions From Facial Expressions
3.3 (20 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Unmasking the Face?

Unmasking the Face (2003) is an illuminating read about the subtleties of facial expressions. From the dynamics of surprise, fear, anger and happiness, to the eight styles of facial expression, these blinks shed light onto the complexity of an everyday skill that deserves more attention: reading other people’s emotions.

Wer Unmasking the Face lesen sollte

  • Readers interested in the psychology of social interaction
  • Professionals who deal with displays of emotion on a daily basis
  • People who want to gain insight into how they’re perceived by others

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Yes Brain von Daniel J. Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson

The Yes Brain

Daniel J. Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson
How to Cultivate Courage, Curiosity and Resilience in Your Child
4.2 (178 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Yes Brain?

The Yes Brain (2018) is a hands-on guide to teaching yourself and your kids to approach the world with openness, creativity and boundless curiosity. Packed full of useful tips, examples and ideas, this book shows parents how to model and cultivate the traits that let you say “yes” to the world: balance, resilience, insight and empathy. And that doesn’t just give children better self-control and awareness; it also puts them on the path to meaningful and successful lives.

Wer The Yes Brain lesen sollte

  • Parents worried about their child’s selfishness
  • Anyone who works with children
  • Anyone looking for a mindful solution to everyday problems

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: No Hard Feelings von Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy

No Hard Feelings

Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy
The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work
4.3 (145 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in No Hard Feelings?

No Hard Feelings (2018) is a guide to understanding, expressing and managing your emotions in the context of your working life. All too often, we buy into the idea that emotions don’t belong in the workplace. But the reality is that your work life is full of emotion. From feeling frustrated with irritating colleagues to the misery of being unmotivated, these blinks are a practical guide to help you navigate how you feel about work.

Wer No Hard Feelings lesen sollte

  • People who’d like a little guidance on managing emotions in the workplace
  • Employees who are frustrated, angry, stressed or nervous at work
  • Leaders who’d like to build a safe and productive working environment for their teams

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Permission to Feel von Marc Brackett

Permission to Feel

Marc Brackett
Unlocking the Power of Emotions to Help Our Kids, Ourselves, and Our Society Thrive
4.6 (186 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Permission to Feel?

Permission to Feel (2019) reveals that our emotions play a vital role in our cognitive processes, physical health, and relationships – but most of us don’t know how to identify exactly what we’re feeling, and why. Luckily, all of us can learn to be more emotionally intelligent by practicing emotion skills. This trains us to identify what we’re feeling, understand where the emotion is coming from, and manage our triggers. By giving ourselves permission to truly experience all of our emotions, we can greatly reduce stress and increase our well-being.

Wer Permission to Feel lesen sollte

  • Burned-out teachers who want to reconnect with their students 
  • Parents who want to teach their children how to deal with their emotions
  • Anyone struggling to manage their emotions at home or at work

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Parenting Outside the Lines von Meghan Leahy

Parenting Outside the Lines

Meghan Leahy
Forget the Rules, Tap into Your Wisdom, and Connect with Your Child
4.5 (180 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Parenting Outside the Lines?

Parenting Outside the Lines (2020) is an essential guide to forgetting everything you’ve ever learned about parenting – and following your intuition instead. As parents, we’re insecure and desperate to get it right. So we keep searching for the perfect book or workshop that will tell us how to raise our children. But, truthfully, there is no perfect method. The only thing we can do is learn how to tune into ourselves and our children, and respond to specific situations with flexibility and grace.

Wer Parenting Outside the Lines lesen sollte

  • Perfectionist parents wanting to learn how to forgive themselves for making mistakes
  • Parents of young children who are tired of being locked in continual power struggles
  • Parents and caregivers who want to have more fun with their children

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Connect von David Bradford and Carole Robin


David Bradford and Carole Robin
Building Exceptional Relationships with Family, Friends and Colleagues
4.5 (610 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Connect?

Connect (2021) lays the groundwork for exceptional relationships. Drawing on social science research and the authors’ personal experience, it shares core behaviors and actionable advice to cultivate meaningful connections – leading to personal fulfillment and professional success.

Wer Connect lesen sollte

  • People who want to communicate better with friends, family, or romantic partners
  • Professionals looking to improve their soft skills to level up in their careers
  • Those seeking advice on how to become their best selves

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The School of Life von Alain de Botton and The School of Life

The School of Life

Alain de Botton and The School of Life
An Emotional Education
4.6 (462 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The School of Life?

The School of Life (2019) provides a set of philosophical, yet practical, lessons on emotional intelligence, compiled from the real-life institution of the same name. Offering insights on relationships, work, and life itself, it gives us the wisdom we need to understand ourselves and others just a little bit better.

Wer The School of Life lesen sollte

  • Folks who’ve been struggling in life
  • People dealing with family or relationship issues
  • Anyone seeking emotional guidance

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Flawsome von Georgia Murch


Georgia Murch
The Journey to Being Whole Is Learning to Be Holey
4.6 (41 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Flawsome?

Flawsome (2020) is a guide to becoming the best version of yourself by accepting your not-so-perfect parts. Many of us look for ways to hide our flaws, but the key to really growing into ourselves is embracing these flaws, understanding where they stem from, and learning from them.

Wer Flawsome lesen sollte

  • Employees suffering from imposter syndrome
  • Parents exhausted by the pursuit of perfection
  • Anyone who wants to become better versions of themselves

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Beyond Order von Jordan B. Peterson

Beyond Order

Jordan B. Peterson
12 More Rules for Life
4.5 (557 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Beyond Order?

Beyond Order (2021) is a prescription for how to navigate the complexities of modern life. While Peterson’s previous work warned of the danger of excessive chaos, this new guide to living details the perils of too much rigid order.

Wer Beyond Order lesen sollte

  • Disorganized thinkers looking to clean up their mental room
  • Inactive dreamers in need of some motivation
  • Anyone looking for a little direction in life

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Loving Your Business von Debbie King

Loving Your Business

Debbie King
Rethink Your Relationship with Your Company and Make it Work for You
4.3 (67 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Loving Your Business?

Loving Your Business (2020) is a guide for people who feel overwhelmed by their business. Debbie King offers new strategies for thinking about your business and managing your emotions in order to avoid unnecessary stress and achieve positive outcomes.

Wer Loving Your Business lesen sollte

  • Business owners
  • Potential entrepreneurs
  • Anyone tired of getting trapped in negative thinking

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Greatest Secret von Rhonda Byrne

The Greatest Secret

Rhonda Byrne
4.4 (302 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Greatest Secret?

The Greatest Secret (2020) is a sequel to the worldwide best seller and self-help phenomenon The Secret, which inspired millions to better their lives by using the laws of attraction. In this installment, we learn an even greater secret: who we really are, and how we can use that knowledge to achieve everlasting happiness.

Wer The Greatest Secret lesen sollte

  • Fans of The Secret and other New Age manifestos
  • People attracted to the spiritual and mystical
  • Seekers of joy and happiness

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Deeper Dating von Ken Page

Deeper Dating

Ken Page
How to Drop the Games of Seduction and Discover the Power of Intimacy
4.3 (338 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Deeper Dating?

Deeper Dating (2014) is a roadmap to intimacy and loving relationships. It breaks down how looking inward can help us identify the kinds of people we’ll connect with most deeply, and shares tools for finding these people and fostering relationships that will inspire and fulfill us.

Wer Deeper Dating lesen sollte

  • Singles frustrated by popular dating advice
  • Couples looking to strengthen their bonds
  • Those who want to understand attraction and relationships

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Fault Lines von Karl Pillemer

Fault Lines

Karl Pillemer
Fractured Families and How to Mend Them
4.5 (36 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Fault Lines?

Fault Lines (2020) examines a common problem that no one talks about: family estrangements. Over a quarter of Americans experience being cut off from friends and family during their lifetimes, which has devastating psychological impacts. Fault Lines explores the common causes of estrangement and gives surprising and insightful advice on how to work towards reconciliation.

Wer Fault Lines lesen sollte

  • Anyone who’s experienced the pain of family estrangement
  • Budding sociologists who are fascinated by human relationships
  • Parents wanting to learn how to navigate conflict with their kids

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Art of Living von Thich Nhat Hanh

The Art of Living

Thich Nhat Hanh
Peace and Freedom in the Here and Now
4.7 (395 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Art of Living?

The Art of Living (2017) offers wisdom on how to fully experience every moment of every day. Many of us are consumed with fears or busyness that prevent us from engaging with the wonder of life. But by expanding our understanding of existence and embracing mindfulness practices, we can overcome the obstacles that stop us from truly living.

Wer The Art of Living lesen sollte

  • Stressed-out individuals longing for peace
  • Ambitious people seeking stillness
  • Anyone interested in Buddhism

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Connected Child von Karyn B. Purvis, David R. Cross and Wendy Lyons Sunshine

The Connected Child

Karyn B. Purvis, David R. Cross and Wendy Lyons Sunshine
Bring Hope and Healing to Your Adoptive Family
4.5 (54 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Connected Child?

The Connected Child (2007) is an insightful guide for parents of adopted and foster children. Children from deprived or abusive backgrounds have unique needs. By taking a multipronged approach including behavioral interventions, good diet and exercise, and lots of nurturing, parents can play a vital role in helping their children heal. 

Wer The Connected Child lesen sollte

  • Parents who are considering adopting or fostering a child
  • Teachers or social workers who interact with at-risk youth
  • Anyone who’s ever had a showdown with a toddler in the cereal aisle

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Wiser von Dilip Jeste with Scott LaFee


Dilip Jeste with Scott LaFee
The Scientific Roots of Wisdom, Compassion, and What Makes Us Good
4.8 (96 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Wiser?

Wiser (2020) combines a scientific approach to wisdom with practical tips on how to grow wiser today. Drawing on decades of research and cutting-edge studies, it pairs explanation and advice in its investigation of compassion, aging, decision-making, and more.

Wer Wiser lesen sollte

  • Busy twenty-first-century folk hungry for old-fashioned wisdom
  • Amateur scientists interested in discovering more about the brain
  • People who want to get wise before they get old

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The High-Conflict Couple von Alan E. Fruzzetti

The High-Conflict Couple

Alan E. Fruzzetti
A Dialectical Behavior Therapy Guide to Finding Peace, Intimacy & Validation
4.4 (219 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The High-Conflict Couple?

The High-Conflict Couple (2007) is a guide to overcoming the common relationship pitfalls that lead to conflict and animosity. Drawing upon years of psychology research and therapy experience, Alan E. Fruzzetti explains where conflict comes from and how it can be reduced.

Wer The High-Conflict Couple lesen sollte

  • Couples tired of fighting with each other
  • People who struggle to accept the things they cannot change
  • Anyone wanting to be more present in their own life

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Fear Less von Pippa Grange

Fear Less

Pippa Grange
Face Not-Good-Enough to Replace Your Doubts, Achieve Your Goals, and Unlock Your Success
4.3 (355 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Fear Less?

Fear Less (2021) highlights the countless ways that fear infiltrates our lives, negatively impacting our work, relationships, and personal satisfaction. We may not even realize that we’re afraid, but identifying our underlying anxieties and insecurities is the first step to leading a more fulfilling, fearless life.

Wer Fear Less lesen sollte

  • Perfectionists who feel they’re never quite good enough
  • Private people who struggle with honesty and intimacy
  • Nervous fliers, anxious parents, commitment-phobes, and anyone else who’s afraid

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Sales EQ von Jeb Blount

Sales EQ

Jeb Blount
How Ultra High Performers Leverage Sales-Specific Emotional Intelligence to Close the Complex Deal
4.6 (315 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Sales EQ?

Sales EQ (2017) explores how sales professionals can leverage the power of human emotion to boost their performance. It outlines the feelings that potential buyers experience and explains how sellers can learn to keep their own emotions in check during the sales process. 

Wer Sales EQ lesen sollte

  • Sales professionals seeking fresh insights
  • Entrepreneurs who want to get their business off the ground
  • Business students looking for a new perspective

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Power to Change von Campbell Macpherson

The Power to Change

Campbell Macpherson
How to Harness Change to Make It Work for You
4.4 (383 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Power to Change?

The Power to Change (2020) examines how to cope with change, navigate change, and make change happen. Full of insights and practical tips, its lessons are equally applicable to change in your personal and professional lives.

Wer The Power to Change lesen sollte

  • People who are uncomfortable with change
  • Professionals wanting to make changes in their careers 
  • Anyone dealing with unanticipated changes in their lives

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Shift Into a Higher Gear von Delatorro McNeal II

Shift Into a Higher Gear

Delatorro McNeal II
Better Your Best and Live Life to the Fullest
4.2 (283 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Shift Into a Higher Gear?

Shift Into a Higher Gear (2021) uses the metaphor of a motorcycle to deliver some inspiring lessons on pursuing your dreams, achieving self-growth, and living your life to the fullest. Drawing from the author’s years of motorcycling experience, its teachings are equally applicable to your personal and professional lives. 

Wer Shift Into a Higher Gear lesen sollte

  • People who want to fire on all cylinders in life 
  • Motorcycle enthusiasts and those curious about motorcycling 
  • Anyone who can relate to that ’90s song about always being “stuck in second gear”

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Atlas of the Heart von Brené Brown

Atlas of the Heart

Brené Brown
Mapping Meaningful Connection and the Language of Human Experience
4.6 (1.418 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Atlas of the Heart?

Atlas of the Heart (2021) is a guide to understanding your emotions and learning how to regulate them. Everyone experiences strong emotions, but most people can’t identify what it is they’re feeling, or work out where the feelings come from. Developing your emotional vocabulary will transform your relationship to yourself, and the people around you.

Wer Atlas of the Heart lesen sollte

  • Curious adventurers interested in exploring their own emotional landscapes
  • Anyone who feels flooded by painful emotions that they can’t understand or control
  • Fans of Brené Brown’s work wanting to learn more about her latest insightful theories of emotion

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Twelve and a Half von Gary Vaynerchuk

Twelve and a Half

Gary Vaynerchuk
Leveraging the Emotional Ingredients Necessary for Business Success
4.3 (296 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Twelve and a Half?

Twelve and a Half (2021) is a frank, straight-talking guide to the twelve emotional skills that will bring you success in business and in life. Combining anecdotes from the author’s experience as well as typical business scenarios, it shows how, in the grand scheme of things, “soft” skills can actually be more important than the oft-prioritized “hard” skills. With a strong foundation in emotional intelligence, executives, founders, and entrepreneurs can navigate even the most difficult of situations with poise and confidence.

Wer Twelve and a Half lesen sollte

  • Aspiring entrepreneurs, founders, and executives
  • Employees dissatisfied with their jobs, employers, or lines of work
  • Anyone seeking a quick and dirty guide to emotional intelligence

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Enneagram at Work von Jim McPartlin with Anna Akbari

The Enneagram at Work

Jim McPartlin with Anna Akbari
Unlocking the Power of Type to Lead and Succeed
4.4 (407 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Enneagram at Work?

The Enneagram at Work (2021) reveals how applying the Enneagram – an emotional intelligence metric – can elevate leadership in the modern workplace. It explores the different Enneagram types and shows how tapping into self-awareness can make teams stronger and spark innovative solutions. From managing conflict and building mentorships to giving and receiving criticism, it provides the tools to foster personal growth and long-lasting success in the office.

Wer The Enneagram at Work lesen sollte

  • Would-be collaborators who want to better understand themselves and others
  • Individuals seeking awareness of their strengths and blindspots in the workplace
  • Go-getters who want to build stronger teams and become more effective leaders

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Loudest Guest von Amy Silver

The Loudest Guest

Amy Silver
How to Change and Control Your Relationship with Fear
4.2 (174 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Loudest Guest?

The Loudest Guest (2020) is a six-step guide to controlling your fear and taking back control of your life. It offers practical advice on how to recognize your fear, evaluate how it affects you, and choose when and how you listen to it. Fear may be at the party, but he doesn’t have to be your loudest guest.

Wer The Loudest Guest lesen sollte

  • Courage seekers
  • People who experience anxiety
  • Worriers, doubters, and perfectionists

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Wellbeing at Work von Jim Clifton and Jim Harter

Wellbeing at Work

Jim Clifton and Jim Harter
How to Build Resilient and Thriving Teams
4.3 (232 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Wellbeing at Work?

Wellbeing at Work (2021) explores how the different spheres of our lives contribute to our overall sense of well-being. It also outlines how leaders can positively impact their employees’ well-being, and sheds light on the link between employee well-being and organizational success. 

Wer Wellbeing at Work lesen sollte

  • Stressed-out workers
  • Managers learning how to lead in a pandemic
  • Wellness enthusiasts looking for inspiration

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Wired for Love von Stan Tatkin

Wired for Love

Stan Tatkin
How Understanding Your Partner's Brain and Attachment Style Can Help You Defuse Conflict and Build a Secure Relationship
4.6 (522 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Wired for Love?

Wired for Love (2012) is a guide to maintaining closeness and emotional security within romantic partnerships. It uses research from neurobiology and psychology to show why long-term couples come into conflict, and it offers practical tips on how to use knowledge about brain functions to promote peace and mutual security in your relationship.

Wer Wired for Love lesen sollte

  • Partners in committed relationships
  • Couples seeking to manage conflict 
  • Those interested in social psychology

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Switch Craft von Elaine Fox, PhD

Switch Craft

Elaine Fox, PhD
The Hidden Power of Mental Agility
4.4 (421 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Switch Craft?

Switch Craft: The Hidden Power of Mental Agility (2022) introduces the concept of switch craft – the art of being able to change and adapt in this fast-paced world. Drawing on scientific research and real life experience, switch craft uses the four pillars of mental agility, self-awareness, emotional awareness, and situational awareness, to give us the flexibility and understanding to thrive in any situation.

Wer Switch Craft lesen sollte

Switch Craft can and should easily translate into anyone’s day to day life, but its methods are especially fit for

  • Black or white thinkers looking for a fresh perspective on life
  • Those seeking hope after innumerous setbacks
  • Self-improvement enthusiasts.

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: How to Meet Your Self von Nicole LePera

How to Meet Your Self

Nicole LePera
The Workbook for Self-Discovery
4.2 (182 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in How to Meet Your Self?

How to Meet Your Self (2022) is a practical guide to self-discovery. These simple exercises can help you to become more conscious, and more in touch with your own body and emotions, ultimately allowing you to discover your true self.

Wer How to Meet Your Self lesen sollte

  • Self seekers
  • People who feel stuck on autopilot
  • Anyone who’s unhappy and doesn’t know why

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Smarter Tomorrow von Elizabeth R. Ricker

Smarter Tomorrow

Elizabeth R. Ricker
How 15 Minutes of Neurohacking a Day Can Help You Work Better, Think Faster, and Get More Done
4.1 (741 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Smarter Tomorrow?

Smarter Tomorrow (2021) shows you how to upgrade your brain using a technique called neurohacking. You’ll learn how to improve your memory, creativity, emotional regulation, and what’s known as “executive functioning” through self-testing and experimentation – all backed up with insights from neuroscience.

Wer Smarter Tomorrow lesen sollte

  • Thinkers looking to improve their cognitive skills
  • Budding neuroscientists and brain nerds
  • Anyone looking to keep up with modern science

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Cactus and Snowflake at Work von Devora Zack

The Cactus and Snowflake at Work

Devora Zack
How the Logical and Sensitive Can Thrive Side by Side
4.5 (171 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Cactus and Snowflake at Work?

The Cactus and Snowflake at Work (2021) offers a brand-new take on workplace relationships. It suggests that everyone falls into one of two personality types, the Cactus or the Snowflake, and that our types drive the way we think, feel, act, and collaborate. Learning your type – and how to deal with other types – can set you up for professional success.

Wer The Cactus and Snowflake at Work lesen sollte

  • Anyone who’s curious to learn if they’re a Cactus or a Snowflake
  • Workers who want to gel better with their teammates
  • Managers struggling to inspire their teams

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Power of Regret von Daniel Pink

The Power of Regret

Daniel Pink
How Looking Backward Moves us Forward
4.6 (725 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Power of Regret?

The Power of Regret (2022) is a rebuttal of the “no regrets” worldview. Drawing from human psychology, it shares actionable steps for transforming emotion into action and using past disappointments to shape purposeful futures. 

Wer The Power of Regret lesen sollte

  • Anyone who’s ever had a regret, no matter how big or small
  • Followers of the “no regrets” lifestyle who are ready to hear a new perspective 
  • Psychology fans who want to explore the underpinnings of a popular phenomenon

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Raising Good Humans von Hunter Clarke-Fields

Raising Good Humans

Hunter Clarke-Fields
A Mindful Guide to Breaking the Cycle of Reactive Parenting and Raising Kind, Confident Kids
4.5 (328 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Raising Good Humans?

Raising Good Humans (2019) is a mindful parenting guide that teaches you how to stop yelling and get grounded. It features healthy practices that can help you break generational cycles and be a better parent.

Wer Raising Good Humans lesen sollte

  • Parents who want to stop yelling
  • Teachers and parents who need better conflict management strategies
  • Caregivers interested in personal development

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Big Feelings von Mollie West Duffy and Liz Fosslien

Big Feelings

Mollie West Duffy and Liz Fosslien
How to be Okay When Things Are Not Okay
4.2 (328 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Big Feelings?

Big Feelings (2022) is a guide to coping with some of the toughest emotions we ever face, from anger to despair. By acknowledging and facing up to these emotions, it’s possible to work through them.

Wer Big Feelings lesen sollte

  • People feeling overwhelmed by big emotions
  • Anyone who struggles to open up
  • Self-help enthusiasts after advice

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Humor, Seriously von Jennifer Aaker & Naomi Bagdonas

Humor, Seriously

Jennifer Aaker & Naomi Bagdonas
Why Humor Is a Superpower at Work and in Life (And How Anyone Can Harness It. Even You.)
4.1 (425 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Humor, Seriously?

Humor, Seriously (2021) explores the value of a human-centered approach to business, and of the funny that can be found and created in any environment. It relies on science, psychology, and humorous anecdotes from experts in the field to show how using humor can create a culture of levity, build trust, and unlock creativity.

Wer Humor, Seriously lesen sollte

  • Leaders looking to build trust
  • Managers who want to enhance creativity
  • Anyone seeking more joy in work and life

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The 6 Phase Meditation Method von Vishen Lakhiani

The 6 Phase Meditation Method

Vishen Lakhiani
The Proven Technique to Supercharge Your Mind, Manifest Your Goals, and Make Magic in Minutes a Day
4.6 (423 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The 6 Phase Meditation Method?

The 6 Phase Meditation Method (2022) is a ground-breaking transformational guide divided into six distinct phases. In as little as 20 minutes, you can reclaim your life and reap the many practical benefits of meditation.

Wer The 6 Phase Meditation Method lesen sollte

  • Failed meditation experimenters
  • Time-poor self-improvers
  • Mental-fitness geeks

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Raising Human Beings von Ross W. Greene

Raising Human Beings

Ross W. Greene
Creating a Collaborative Partnership with Your Child
4.8 (32 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Raising Human Beings?

Raising Human Beings (2016) is part practical guide and part manifesto about the power of collaborative problem-solving. Using threats, bribes, and punishments doesn’t change children’s behavior sustainably. That’s because you just end up suppressing the symptoms of the problem, instead of addressing the root cause. Instead of engaging in power struggles, try asking your children what’s really going on, and brainstorming solutions together. Not only will you come up with better solutions – your relationship will improve dramatically.

Wer Raising Human Beings lesen sollte

  • Parents in the grip of a power struggle with their children
  • Prospective parents who want to learn to communicate constructively 
  • Educators and youth workers looking for new approaches to working with the children in their care

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Emotional von Leonard Mlodinow


Leonard Mlodinow
How Feelings Shape Our Thinking
4.4 (232 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Emotional?

Emotional (2022) explores a long-misunderstood part of the human psyche: emotions. It shows how neuroscience is shedding light on the role and importance of our emotions – and gives tips on how to control our emotions to lead better lives. 

Wer Emotional lesen sollte

  • Businesspeople who want to be more successful and effective in their roles
  • Individuals dealing with difficult-to-control emotions 
  • People struggling with motivation who want to form beneficial habits

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Surrounded by Narcissists von Thomas Erikson

Surrounded by Narcissists

Thomas Erikson
How to Effectively Recognize, Avoid, and Defend Yourself Against Toxic People (and Not Lose Your Mind)
4.4 (648 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Surrounded by Narcissists?

Surrounded By Narcissists (2022) is a guide to recognizing narcissists and understanding how they operate. Erikson suggests simple, effective methods for dealing with any narcissists you know, whether it’s your partner, a relative, someone you work with, or possibly all three – you may be surrounded.

Wer Surrounded by Narcissists lesen sollte

  • Victims of narcissists
  • Empaths who are worried about being manipulated
  • Anyone who’s interested in psychology or personality types

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Stop Overthinking von Nick Trenton

Stop Overthinking

Nick Trenton
23 Techniques to Relieve Stress, Stop Negative Spirals, Declutter Your Mind, and Focus on the Present
4.2 (494 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Stop Overthinking?

Stop Overthinking (2021) is an indispensable guide to breaking free from the negative thought patterns holding you back. Learn how to recognize your negative spiral triggers, overcome anxiety attacks, and declutter your mind to live a stress-free life.

Wer Stop Overthinking lesen sollte

  • Nervous Nellies
  • Persistent procrastinators
  • Anybody struggling with doubt and indecision

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Jerks at Work von Tessa West

Jerks at Work

Tessa West
Toxic Coworkers and What to Do About Them
4.1 (262 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Jerks at Work?

Jerks at Work (2022) provides a handbook for how to deal with difficult people at work. Identifying seven types of jerks, it informs you about what kind of behaviors to look out for and how to deal with them in a pragmatic, positive way.

Wer Jerks at Work lesen sollte

  • Anyone who is struggling with a jerk at work
  • Those who have a friend or loved one who won’t stop complaining about a jerk at work 
  • People who are interested in how social psychology applies to the workplace

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Master Your Emotions von Thibaut Meurisse

Master Your Emotions

Thibaut Meurisse
A Practical Guide to Overcome Negativity and Better Manage Your Feelings
4.3 (277 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Master Your Emotions?

Master Your Emotions (2018) offers tips on understanding your emotions and controlling them. Instead of letting your negative emotions control your life, this guide encourages you to build positive instead of negative emotions and take back control of your life.

Wer Master Your Emotions lesen sollte

  • People going through upsetting life situations such as the loss of a loved one
  • Those trying to cope with difficult coworkers or family members
  • Anyone who struggles with overwhelming emotions

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: 101 Essays That Will Change The Way You Think von Brianna Wiest

101 Essays That Will Change The Way You Think

Brianna Wiest
4.4 (649 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in 101 Essays That Will Change The Way You Think?

101 Essays That Will Change the Way You Think (2016) is an antidote to anxiety, but not in the way you think. Instead of mounting roadblocks against your darkest feelings, it encourages you to use them as agents of personal growth. Managing your thoughts will lead you toward the daily habits that will bring you fulfillment.

Wer 101 Essays That Will Change The Way You Think lesen sollte

  • People in their twenties trying to find purpose and meaning, and manage their anxiety
  • Thirtysomethings who want to understand how their past has shaped their present and how they can still salvage the future
  • Those who want to find joy and fulfillment in being themselves

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook von Matthew McKay, Jeffrey C. Wood & Jeffrey Brantley

The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook

Matthew McKay, Jeffrey C. Wood & Jeffrey Brantley
Practical DBT Exercises for Learning Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Emotion Regulation, and Distress Tolerance
4.6 (81 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook?

The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook (2019) offers basic and advanced exercises to help people hone the four core emotional competencies. While it can be used alone, it’s also an excellent companion for anyone working with a therapist. 

Wer The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook lesen sollte

  • Anyone currently in therapy
  • People interested in self-improvement 
  • Individuals struggling to manage their emotions

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Good Inside von Becky Kennedy

Good Inside

Becky Kennedy
A Guide to Becoming the Parent You Want to Be
4.6 (416 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Good Inside?

Good Inside (2022) offers hope to parents who feel helpless when it comes to managing conflict in their homes. More than parenting, it’s about loving yourself and extending that love to your children. Dr. Becky rejects traditional reward and punishment strategies, instead encouraging parents to seek understanding with their children while still maintaining healthy boundaries.

Wer Good Inside lesen sollte

  • New parents
  • Parents who are afraid it’s too late to change how they parent
  • People healing from emotional damage

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Emotional Detox von Sherianna Boyle

Emotional Detox

Sherianna Boyle
7 Steps to Release Toxicity and Energize Joy
4.2 (44 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Emotional Detox?

Emotional Detox (2018) is a guide to processing difficult emotions using the seven-step C.L.E.A.N.S.E. method (Clear, Look inward, Emit, Activate, Nourish, Surrender, and Ease). Using practical exercises, it shows how to tackle negative emotions such as anxiety, anger, and fear in order to live a healthier and happier life.

Wer Emotional Detox lesen sollte

  • Anyone struggling emotionally
  • Individuals seeking life-coach tips
  • People interested in alternative psychology

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: How Am I Doing? von Corey Yeager

How Am I Doing?

Corey Yeager
40 Conversations to Have with Yourself
4.2 (108 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in How Am I Doing??

How Am I Doing? (2022) helps you dive deep into your thoughts and find yourself. It features 40 introspective questions designed to prompt you to mend yourself and discover the path to the person you want to become.

Wer How Am I Doing? lesen sollte

  • People who want to gain a better understanding of themselves
  • High school or college graduates looking for their next path
  • Anyone interested in personal growth and self-improvement

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents von Lindsay C. Gibson

Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents

Lindsay C. Gibson
How to Heal from Difficult, Rejecting, or Self-involved Parents
4.6 (379 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents?

Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents (2015) exposes the negative impacts that many adults face as the result of growing up with distant, rejecting, or self-involved parents. From demystifying the behavior of emotionally immature caregivers to providing practical tools for personal growth, it’s a step-by-step guide to healing old wounds and embracing a more positive future.

Wer Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents lesen sollte

  • Adult children of emotionally immature parents
  • Parents who want to be more emotionally mature for their children
  • Anyone interested in the dynamics of family psychology

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Platonic von Marisa G. Franco


Marisa G. Franco
How the Science of Attachment Can Help You Make - and Keep - Friends
4.4 (217 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Platonic?

Platonic (2022) is an actionable guide to making and keeping friends as an adult. It combines true stories of friendship with psychological research to give you clear, actionable, and practical advice on building better friendships. 

Wer Platonic lesen sollte

  • People who want to become better friends
  • Anyone who’s struggled to make new friends as an adult
  • Friends who’d like to strengthen their relationships

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: A Year of Self-Care von Dr. Zoe Shaw

A Year of Self-Care

Dr. Zoe Shaw
Daily Practices and Inspiration for Caring for Yourself
4.3 (88 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in A Year of Self-Care?

A Year of Self-Care (2021) encourages you to jumpstart your investment in yourself, and begin integrating daily rituals of self-love and care into your life.

Wer A Year of Self-Care lesen sollte

  • Caretakers and parents 
  • Anyone suffering from burnout 
  • People going through challenging life transitions 

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Happiness Trap von Russ Harris

The Happiness Trap

Russ Harris
How to Stop Struggling and Start Living
4.6 (406 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Happiness Trap?

The Happiness Trap (2007) is a self-help guide to pursuing a richer and more rewarding life instead of fleeting feelings of happiness. It outlines the six core principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy that can help you tackle unpleasant thoughts and feelings and build a fulfilling life.

Wer The Happiness Trap lesen sollte

  • Anyone seeking happiness and failing
  • People dealing with mental health problems
  • People who want to start living meaningfully

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Be the Love von Sarah Prout

Be the Love

Sarah Prout
Seven Ways to Unlock Your Heart and Manifest Happiness
4.5 (330 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Be the Love?

Be the Love (2022) offers valuable insights on how to overcome the hardships of everyday life. It provides helpful tools and a mindset to thrive and become more resilient in the face of daily challenges. 

Wer Be the Love lesen sollte

  • Overwhelmed people seeking guidance
  • Anyone looking for a new practical philosophy
  • Fans of inspirational stories

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Mindreader von David J. Lieberman


David J. Lieberman
Find Out What People Really Think, What They Really Want, and Who They Really Are
4.5 (865 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Mindreader?

Mindreader (2022) explains how to read and understand people. Written by an FBI instructor and lie-detection expert, it delves deep into how to understand situational subtext, interpret language, and determine whether a person is being honest.

Wer Mindreader lesen sollte

  • Mixed signal receivers – at work or while dating
  • Those who have trouble reading others
  • Negotiators who want to up their game

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Do Hard Things von Steve Magness

Do Hard Things

Steve Magness
Why We Get Resilience Wrong and the Surprising Science of Real Toughness
4.5 (472 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Do Hard Things?

Do Hard Things (2022) explodes mythologies around the popular conception of toughness. It shows how traditional markers of toughness, like putting on a brave face and pushing past pain, can actually hinder physical and mental performance outcomes in the long term. Instead, real resilience comes from listening to your body and embracing your emotions.

Wer Do Hard Things lesen sollte

  • Employees who need resilience to succeed in challenging, high-stress roles;
  • Athletes and fitness fans wanting to build physical and mental fortitude;
  • Anyone who wants to face challenges with authentic toughness.

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Reinventing Your Life von Jeffrey E. Young and Janet S. Klosko

Reinventing Your Life

Jeffrey E. Young and Janet S. Klosko
The Breakthrough Program to End Negative Behaviour...and Feel Great Again
4.4 (327 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Reinventing Your Life?

Reinventing Your Life (1994) is a manual on how to pull yourself out of negative habits and improve your life. By identifying key stumbling blocks to growth – or “lifetraps” – and presenting ways to overcome them, it guides you toward sustainable personal growth and happiness.

Wer Reinventing Your Life lesen sollte

  • Anyone who feels stuck in the same old negative loop
  • People looking to understand themselves better
  • Psychology buffs

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: 8 Secrets to Powerful Manifesting von Mandy Morris

8 Secrets to Powerful Manifesting

Mandy Morris
How to Create the Reality of Your Dreams
4.4 (409 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in 8 Secrets to Powerful Manifesting?

8 Secrets to Powerful Manifesting (2022) offers an eight-step approach to increasing your self-awareness, raising your energetic vibration, and bringing about your heart’s truest desires. 

Wer 8 Secrets to Powerful Manifesting lesen sollte

  • Anyone who wants to live more abundantly
  • People frustrated about unfulfilled dreams
  • Manifestors who aren’t seeing results as quickly as they’d like

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Self-Love Workbook for Women von Megan Logan

Self-Love Workbook for Women

Megan Logan
Release Self-Doubt, Build Self-Compassion, and Embrace Who You Are
4.8 (55 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Self-Love Workbook for Women?

Self-Love Workbook for Women (2020) maps your journey towards creating a life-altering relationship with yourself. Whether your self-love foundation is shaky or firm, this book will help you develop skills to heal and self-nourish, through using awareness and mindfulness practices.

Wer Self-Love Workbook for Women lesen sollte

  • Anyone suffering from depression or low self worth 
  • Cynics and scrooges 
  • Goal-oriented entrepreneurs, young professionals, and caretakers

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: How We Heal von Alexandra Elle

How We Heal

Alexandra Elle
Uncover Your Power and Set Yourself Free
4.5 (332 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in How We Heal?

How We Heal (2022) provides a detailed look at the complex and life-changing process of self-healing. Techniques are separated into a 4-step framework which provides encouragement, practical strategies, and journaling exercises to help you rediscover your inner power and cultivate a sense of inner peace.

Wer How We Heal lesen sollte

  • Fans of self-help books
  • Anyone who wants to learn about self-healing
  • People interested in mental health and wellness

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Awe von Dacher Keltner


Dacher Keltner
The New Science of Everyday Wonder and How It Can Transform Your Life
4.3 (91 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Awe?

Awe (2023) is a deep dive into this elusive emotion. Drawing on new research, it shows how awe can improve your mood, well-being, cognitive abilities, and relationships with others. 

Wer Awe lesen sollte

  • Stressed individuals in need of a mood boost
  • Those curious about the power of emotions
  • Urban dwellers craving more meaning in life

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Power of the Pussy von Kara King

The Power of the Pussy

Kara King
How to Get What You Want from Men: Love, Respect, Commitment and More!
3.5 (128 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Power of the Pussy?

The Power of the Pussy (2014) shares the twelve secret “powers” that women can use to transform their lives by changing the ways they perceive men and dating. Through straight-forward advice and positive encouragement, author Kara King gives readers tools to break the cycle of bad relationships and create the life they want with the man of their dreams.

Wer The Power of the Pussy lesen sollte

  • Fans of self-help books
  • People interested in love and romance
  • Single women who want to have better dating experiences with men

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Emotional Lives of Teenagers von Lisa Damour

The Emotional Lives of Teenagers

Lisa Damour
Raising Connected, Capable, and Compassionate Adolescents
4.7 (53 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Emotional Lives of Teenagers?

The Emotional Lives of Teenagers (2023) is a best-selling guide to navigating the highs and lows of parenting your child through adolescence. It dispenses honest, practical, research-informed advice aimed at helping parents understand, support, and connect with their teens in a way that honors the huge transition they’re experiencing.

Wer The Emotional Lives of Teenagers lesen sollte

  • Parents looking for effective strategies to support their teen’s mental health
  • Educators and youth workers seeking clinically informed advice about the adolescent years
  • Anyone who wants to help the teenagers in their lives feel loved, supported, and heard as they transition into adulthood

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Procrastination Cure von Jeffery Combs

The Procrastination Cure

Jeffery Combs
7 Steps to Stop Putting Life Off
4.5 (610 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Procrastination Cure?

The Procrastination Cure is a practical and motivational guide to overcoming procrastination. It offers strategies and personal insights to diagnose and address the root causes of this behavior, enabling readers to balance productivity and relaxation without guilt.

Wer The Procrastination Cure lesen sollte

  • Anyone who struggles with procrastination
  • People suffering from perfectionism or resistance
  • Anyone willing to introspect and develop self-awareness

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Coaching for Performance von Sir John Whitmore

Coaching for Performance

Sir John Whitmore
The Principles and Practice of Coaching and Leadership
4.6 (74 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Coaching for Performance?

Coaching for Performance (2009) is the foundational text which launched the multimillion-dollar business coaching industry. The 25th anniversary edition brings new life to the hallmark GROW model, and revisits the methods after a quarter-century of learning in performance coaching. It’s essential for leaders and coaches globally.

Wer Coaching for Performance lesen sollte

  • Leaders looking for inspiration
  • Coaches who want to understand the performance coaching method
  • Anyone looking to improve the performance of their team

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Fool Proof von Tess Wilkinson-Ryan

Fool Proof

Tess Wilkinson-Ryan
How Fear of Playing the Sucker Shapes Our Selves and the Social Order — And What We Can Do About It
4.2 (25 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Fool Proof?

Fool Proof (2023) explores how the universal human fear of being a sucker contributes to the social order and drives our actions and behaviors. By explaining how the “sucker’s game” permeates so many aspects of our lives, it shows us how we can recognize our fears and keep them from influencing our values and beliefs.

Wer Fool Proof lesen sollte

  • Anyone interested in the psychology behind the fear of being a sucker
  • People who want to learn more about how scams affect our lives
  • Fans of psychology and sociology books

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: You Are the One You've Been Waiting For von Richard C. Schwartz

You Are the One You've Been Waiting For

Richard C. Schwartz
Applying Internal Family Systems to Intimate Relationships
4.7 (50 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in You Are the One You've Been Waiting For?

You Are the One You’ve Been Waiting For (2008) lays out the secret for finding happiness and intimacy in modern romantic relationships. Using the established Internal Family Systems (IFS) model, it shows that true contentment and compassion come from understanding and trusting the Self – your compassionate center of peace and clarity. By adjusting your perspective and completing some practical exercises, your relationship can start to flourish like it never has before.

Wer You Are the One You've Been Waiting For lesen sollte

  • Couples who feel unable to connect despite their best efforts
  • Therapists, psychoanalysts and armchair psychologists looking for a unique perspective on relationships 
  • Those who feel unresolved inner turmoil holds them back from maintaining loving relationships

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Law of Attraction von Esther and Jerry Hicks

The Law of Attraction

Esther and Jerry Hicks
The Basics of the Teachings of Abraham
4.2 (351 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Law of Attraction?

The Law of Attraction (2006) shows how you can use a fundamental law of the universe – the law of attraction – to manifest the life you always wanted. It explains what laws govern the world around us and how, once we understand them, we can use them to our own advantage.

Wer The Law of Attraction lesen sollte

  • People who want to bring their ideal life to reality
  • Lovers of alternative theories about the universe
  • Positive thinkers in need of a little boost

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Primal Leadership von Daniel Goleman, Richard Boyatzis, Annie McKee

Primal Leadership

Daniel Goleman, Richard Boyatzis, Annie McKee
Unleashing the Power of Emotional Intelligence
4.1 (280 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Primal Leadership?

Primal Leadership (2013) argues that the fundamental task of any great leader is to engage the emotions of their followers and guide them in a positive direction. Offering up an emotionally intelligent, resonant style of leadership, it delves into the skills and qualities needed to become a better leader and bring out the best in your team.

Wer Primal Leadership lesen sollte

  • Managers looking to improve their skills
  • Workers seeking ways to convince their peers
  • Anyone who wants to become a better leader

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: DBT Made Simple von Sheri Van Dijk

DBT Made Simple

Sheri Van Dijk
A Step-by-Step Guide to Dialectical Behavior Therapy
4.3 (44 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in DBT Made Simple?

DBT Made Simple (2023) is your passport to navigating the complex terrain of emotional well-being. Unraveling the practical strategies of dialectical behavior therapy, it empowers you to turn life’s challenges into catalysts for personal growth and resilience.

Wer DBT Made Simple lesen sollte

  • Individuals seeking emotional regulation and personal growth strategies
  • Mental-health professionals exploring comprehensive therapy approaches
  • Parents and teachers looking for resilience-building tools

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Peace Is Every Step von Thich Nhat Hanh

Peace Is Every Step

Thich Nhat Hanh
The Path of Mindfulness in Everyday Life
4.4 (70 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Peace Is Every Step?

Peace Is Every Step (1990) offers profound and practical teachings on mindfulness in everyday life. It emphasizes the importance of being present in each moment, transforming negative emotions, cultivating awareness, and fostering compassion and understanding.

Wer Peace Is Every Step lesen sollte

  • Those interested in mindfulness 
  • Meditators who wish to deepen their practice
  • Anyone looking for greater happiness and fulfillment

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: That Little Voice in Your Head von Mo Gawdat

That Little Voice in Your Head

Mo Gawdat
Adjust the Code That Runs Your Brain
4.5 (406 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in That Little Voice in Your Head?

That Little Voice in Your Head (2022) is a guide to understanding and optimizing your brain so you can live a happier life, using concepts from computer science and neuroscience to map the mind as an operating system. It includes many simple exercises to help you take control of your brain, thoughts, and emotions to reshape your own experience and positively affect the lives of others.

Wer That Little Voice in Your Head lesen sollte

  • Anyone interested in achieving happiness
  • People who want to increase their emotional intelligence
  • Those interested in an expert computer science perspective on the human brain as AI evolves 

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Worry Trick von David A. Carbonell

The Worry Trick

David A. Carbonell
How Your Brain Tricks You Into Expecting the Worst and What You Can Do about It
4.3 (343 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Worry Trick?

The Worry Trick (2016) is a no-nonsense guide to dealing with worry and anxiety. Drawing from acceptance and commitment therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy, it breaks down where worry comes from and offers concrete steps on how to face and ultimately overcome it.  

Wer The Worry Trick lesen sollte

  • Anyone who deals with chronic worry
  • Psychologists looking to deepen their knowledge of anxiety
  • Students of the human condition

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Read People Like a Book von Patrick King

Read People Like a Book

Patrick King
How to Analyze, Understand, and Predict People’s Emotions, Thoughts, Intentions, and Behaviors
4.0 (143 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Read People Like a Book?

Read People Like a Book (2020) unravels the complex tapestry of human behavior, guiding readers to decipher verbal and non-verbal signals broadcast by people 24/7. Marrying scholarly wisdom to sly real-world tales, the book presents the art and science of people-reading with both flair and finesse. Dive in, and soon you'll be navigating human interactions like a seasoned anthropologist.

Wer Read People Like a Book lesen sollte

  • Story seekers eyeing deeper connections
  • Negotiators seeking an edge
  • HR specialists scouting the right talent

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Feeling Is The Secret von Neville Goddard

Feeling Is The Secret

Neville Goddard
Ideas that Shape the World
4.5 (84 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Feeling Is The Secret?

Feeling is the Secret (1944) uncovers the profound connection between consciousness and reality. It offers a method to harness your thoughts and emotions, helping you redefine your understanding of your own existence – and reshape your life.

Wer Feeling Is The Secret lesen sollte

  • Spiritual seekers on a journey of self-discovery and enlightenment
  • Personal development enthusiasts curious about how the mind shapes reality
  • Philosophers and theologians interested in the intersection of spirituality and science

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Mental Toughness Handbook von Damon Zahariades

The Mental Toughness Handbook

Damon Zahariades
A Step-By-Step Guide to Facing Life's Challenges, Managing Negative Emotions, and Overcoming Adversity with Courage and Poise
4.5 (310 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Mental Toughness Handbook?

The Mental Toughness Handbook (2020) offers a step-by-step guide with proven strategies and time-tested wisdom for overcoming adversity and obstacles in life by developing mental discipline and resilience.

Wer The Mental Toughness Handbook lesen sollte

  • Athletes looking to enhance their performance in high-pressure situations
  • Business leaders and entrepreneurs looking for more mental stamina for decision-making
  • Anyone seeking a better way to handle stress, anxiety, or adversity, no matter what

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Borderline Personality Disorder Workbook von Daniel J. Fox

The Borderline Personality Disorder Workbook

Daniel J. Fox
An Integrative Program to Understand and Manage Your BPD
4.1 (100 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Borderline Personality Disorder Workbook?

The Borderline Personality Disorder Workbook (2019) is a practical guide to taking control of your BPD. Through expert advice and actionable exercises, this empathetic resource illuminates a path beyond unhealthy beliefs and destructive behaviors. With these proven techniques, anyone with BPD can begin to improve their emotional patterns and rebuild healthy relationships.

Wer The Borderline Personality Disorder Workbook lesen sollte

  • People diagnosed with BPD
  • Those experiencing BPD-like symptoms
  • Friends and family of people with BPD trying to learn about the disorder

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Highly Sensitive Person's Guide to Dealing with Toxic People von Shahida Arabi

The Highly Sensitive Person's Guide to Dealing with Toxic People

Shahida Arabi
How to Reclaim Your Power from Narcissists and Other Manipulators
4.5 (75 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Highly Sensitive Person's Guide to Dealing with Toxic People?

The Highly Sensitive Person’s Guide to Dealing with Toxic People (2020) sheds light on why empathetic individuals tend to attract those with toxic personalities and harmful behaviors. It provides a practical guide to recognizing, mitigating, and recovering from the manipulative tactics of toxic people.  

Wer The Highly Sensitive Person's Guide to Dealing with Toxic People lesen sollte

  • Sensitive types who are prone to manipulation
  • Targets for narcissists and other toxic people
  • Those seeking emancipation from controlling partners or family members

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Emotional Intelligence Habits von Travis Bradberry

Emotional Intelligence Habits

Travis Bradberry
Change Your Habits, Change Your Life
4.1 (187 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Emotional Intelligence Habits?

Emotional Intelligence Habits (2023) is a comprehensive guide to cultivating the emotional intelligence (EQ) skills essential to both personal and professional success. It covers 35 habits that underpin the highest EQ scores and offers practical exercises to get you on your way today. 

Wer Emotional Intelligence Habits lesen sollte

  • Professionals seeking a competitive edge
  • Anyone wanting to improve their interpersonal relationships
  • Individuals interested in becoming better people and leaders

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: Getting Past Your Past von Francine Shapiro

Getting Past Your Past

Francine Shapiro
Take Control of Your Life with Self-Help Techniques from EMDR Therapy
4.4 (204 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Getting Past Your Past?

Getting Past Your Past (2012) offers practical eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) techniques that can help you understand how personalities develop and overcome barriers. It explains why you can become trapped in unhelpful thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and provides exercises to help you take charge of your life, improve your relationships, and effect real change.

Wer Getting Past Your Past lesen sollte

  • Patients with unresolved chronic pain or unexplained medical symptoms
  • Self-improvement and personal growth seekers
  • Therapists and counselors looking for new techniques to help their clients

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Practice of Adaptive Leadership von Ronald Heifetz, Alexander Grashow & Marty Linsky

The Practice of Adaptive Leadership

Ronald Heifetz, Alexander Grashow & Marty Linsky
Tools and Tactics for Changing Your Organization and the World
3.2 (179 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Practice of Adaptive Leadership?

The Practice of Adaptive Leadership (2009) demonstrates how leaders can mobilize people to tackle tough challenges and thrive in the face of harsh realities that demand new skills and responses. It provides a practical framework for diagnosing situations, distinguishing between technical problems and adaptive challenges, and avoiding common leadership pitfalls that come with over-dependence on authority.

Wer The Practice of Adaptive Leadership lesen sollte

  • Developing Leaders
  • Managers interested in mobilizing people 
  • People facing new challenges

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Conquest of Happiness von Bertrand Russell

The Conquest of Happiness

Bertrand Russell
4.7 (34 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Conquest of Happiness?

The Conquest of Happiness (1930) explores the pursuit of human happiness. It dissects common obstacles to happiness, such as competition and fatigue, as well as the various factors that contribute to it. Equal parts philosophical and practical, you’ll come away with a deepened understanding of, and preparedness for, a fulfilling life. 

Wer The Conquest of Happiness lesen sollte

  • Anyone wanting to increase their sense of fulfillment
  • Individuals interested in the development of the personal happiness movement
  • Philosophy enthusiasts seeking an understanding of Russell’s perspective

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: The Mind of the Leader von Rasmus Hougaard & Jacqueline Carter

The Mind of the Leader

Rasmus Hougaard & Jacqueline Carter
How to Lead Yourself, Your People, and Your Organization for Extraordinary Results
4.3 (74 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Mind of the Leader?

The Mind of the Leader (2018) explores how leaders can cultivate critical inner capacities like mindfulness, selflessness, and compassion to become more effective guides. Supported by research conducted by The Potential Project, it draws on psychology, neuroscience, and case studies of global organizations to provide science-based tools for strengthening these core leadership skills. 

Wer The Mind of the Leader lesen sollte

  • Managers looking to improve their leadership skills
  • Emerging leaders 
  • Entrepreneurs and founders wanting to develop a purpose-based leadership approach

Emotional Intelligence Bücher: It's On Me von Sara Kuburic

It's On Me

Sara Kuburic
Accept Hard Truths, Discover Your Self, and Change Your Life
4.1 (34 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in It's On Me?

It's On Me (2023) unpacks the experience of “self-loss.” It provides a revelatory process of self-reflection and acceptance to help you stop sleepwalking through life – and step into a vibrant, authentic, and purposeful you.

Wer It's On Me lesen sollte

  • People going through major life transitions
  • Those feeling unfulfilled, lost, or disconnected
  • Anyone seeking tools for self-reflection and personal growth

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What are the Top 10 Emotional Intelligence books?

Blinkist curators have picked the following:
  • Emotions Revealed by Paul Ekman
  • Anger Management for Dummies by Charles H. Elliott & Laura L. Smith
  • Unmasking the Face by Paul Ekman and Wallace V. Friesen
  • The Yes Brain by Daniel J. Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson
  • No Hard Feelings by Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy
  • Permission to Feel by Marc Brackett
  • Parenting Outside the Lines by Meghan Leahy
  • Connect by David Bradford and Carole Robin
  • The School of Life by Alain de Botton and The School of Life
  • Flawsome by Georgia Murch

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  • Charles H. Elliott & Laura L. Smith
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  • Daniel J. Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson
  • Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy