The Ancient Greek aphorism “know thyself” is one of the Delphic maxims and was inscribed in the forecourt of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi. (You may also remember it from “The Matrix” when the Oracle meets Neo for the first time.) Learning to recognize our own emotions and those of others — along with managing them effectively — forms the crux of episode #97. Jesse is joined by Professor Con Stough, who returns for his second outing on Smart Drug Smarts, for a candid conversation about the emotional aspects of intelligence.
Also in this episode Jesse shares some speculation about inheritance. Sometimes you may get more than just what the last will and testament states.
|0:32||A different type of intelligence.|
|1:40||This Week In Neuroscience: Inheriting intelligence.|
|4:23||Thank you for the great reviews on iTunes.|
|5:48||A follow-up on last week's episode.|
|8:01||Welcoming Prof. Con Stough back to the show and a primer on Genos EI.|
|9:11||The origins of studying emotional intelligence.|
|12:04||Physical morphology of the brain and its effect on emotional intelligence.|
|13:31||Human set of emotions compared to other animals.|
|14:40||Taking a deeper look at the Genos Emotional Intelligence Model.|
|18:16||Emotional intelligence and workplace success.|
|19:16||Improving emotional intelligence.|
|21:17||Emotional intelligence vs social skills vs learning environment.|
|25:48||Self appraisal vs peer report.|
|27:12||Prof. Stough's work with emotional intelligence in schools.|
|30:04||Applying the principles of emotional intelligence in your personal life.|
|32:25||Ruthless Listener Retention Gimmick: Test your own emotional intelligence.|
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