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Blogs for Joy and Personal Development

Started this discussion. Last reply by Arthur Oct 27, 2012. 2 Replies

I shall keep this short but sweet. This is by far the best and only blog I use on a consistent basis and have struggled to find any other blogs of comparable quality whether it be for music or…Continue

Emotional Intelligence or Intelligence - what is more important to you?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Milo Morris Oct 3, 2012. 16 Replies

Emotional Intelligence - the ability to identify, assess, and control the emotions of oneself, of others, and of groups.Intelligence - much more broad term but based around abstract thought,…Continue

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Best shaver under £50?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Graeme Smyth Sep 14, 2012. 4 Replies

I am looking for a sturdy super badger shaving brush for my 21st to start my journey into manhood. If anyone could offer their experience and expertise It would be highly appreciated.As some pointers…Continue

21st Present Ideas

Started this discussion. Last reply by Patrick Smith Sep 12, 2012. 2 Replies

Hi My 21st is on the 20th and running out of ideas to give my two brothers for presents for my birthday. I've been given a budget of £50 each. Im not sure whether I want something like clothing  or…Continue

 

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James de moe replied to Nicholas Roach's discussion Long time reader, first time poster.
"Welcome Nicholas. Well done for having the right initiative so far for finding such a forum."
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Blogs for Joy and Personal Development

I shall keep this short but sweet. This is by far the best and only blog I use on a consistent basis and have struggled to find any other blogs of comparable quality whether it be for music or football par example. What is the most useful and best blog you have discovered?(Or in other words, the one you have got the most out of)Ranging from Politics to Fly Fishing! Best Wishes,James See More
Oct 26, 2012
Milo Morris replied to James de moe's discussion Emotional Intelligence or Intelligence - what is more important to you?
"Here's how I see it: - What you refer to as "intelligence," I would call systemic thinking. - What you refer to as "emotional intelligence," I would refer to as empathetic thinking. As with any other brain function, an…"
Oct 3, 2012
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Exercise is a crucial part of maintaining a manly physique. Join up to share ideas, get support and discuss plans with other men.See More
Oct 3, 2012
Margie replied to James de moe's discussion Emotional Intelligence or Intelligence - what is more important to you?
"I interpreted 'b' differently than you did. To me 'b) look around to see if the flight crew is upset' was you attempting to get a good read on the situation. As opposed to disengaging completely.   "
Oct 3, 2012
Chuck Knight replied to James de moe's discussion Emotional Intelligence or Intelligence - what is more important to you?
"Ridiculous. That's not even gender biased...those choices are just stupid.   Fix it.  Offer to assist.  Distract/engage the other passengers.  Get out and walk.  These were not acceptable choices?  Not even choice…"
Oct 2, 2012
Jesse Frigo replied to James de moe's discussion Emotional Intelligence or Intelligence - what is more important to you?
"Of course, balance is important. I always worked hard at the pure intelligence aspect, but learning emotional intelligence skills has been invaluable to me- the ability to read people, to say the things that they want to hear, or to know that what…"
Oct 2, 2012
Jesse Frigo replied to James de moe's discussion Emotional Intelligence or Intelligence - what is more important to you?
"I would say "manipulate" rather than "control", but yes, it is a skill you can learn."
Oct 2, 2012
Jeremy Lawson replied to James de moe's discussion Emotional Intelligence or Intelligence - what is more important to you?
"I would say emotional intelligence. When it comes down to it you can always read a book, learn aspects of business, so on and so on. They ability to be in tune with ones emotions and express your feelings in healthy ways can lead to much more…"
Oct 2, 2012
Shane replied to James de moe's discussion Emotional Intelligence or Intelligence - what is more important to you?
"Because everyone can find their place, they just need to know where to look. The NSA is populated by highly intelligent people with the emotional IQ of a shy five year old girl. Likewise the bowling alley employs the opposite."
Oct 2, 2012
Margie replied to James de moe's discussion Emotional Intelligence or Intelligence - what is more important to you?
"I think most of us were passengers in that airplane, as opposed to the pilot, I mean. lol I'd pick b, but then I don't own an ipod."
Oct 2, 2012
Margie replied to James de moe's discussion Emotional Intelligence or Intelligence - what is more important to you?
"Why do you say that, Shane?   I'll pick emotional intelligence because when I was younger I lived in my head too much. I'd rationalize and find justification for bad decisions I'd made. What I should've done is followed my…"
Oct 2, 2012
Karl Helweg replied to James de moe's discussion Emotional Intelligence or Intelligence - what is more important to you?
"We recently had to take an incredibly gender biased "emotional intelligence" test at work.  One question was what do you do if your airplane experiences severe turbulence? a) listen to your iPod and tune out or b) look around to see…"
Oct 2, 2012
Josh replied to James de moe's discussion Emotional Intelligence or Intelligence - what is more important to you?
"I can develop the ability to control other people's emotions? Sign me up for that. "
Oct 2, 2012

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The art of doing and not thinking

Hi ThereSo first of all I want to explain - Obviously the title is a little incorrect when read literally. I'm well aware that most actions should have some thought behind them, and failure to think things through before doing them can lead to rash decisions and impulsive actions that may harbour undesirable consequences.I simply ask really, is there any method behind becoming a man of action.I know many of the articles on here touch on this in one way or another, but I'm curious to learn more.…See More
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