In line with our mission to promote lifelong learning, Dialogue Society has launched an outreach program! We are taking the positive dialogue on the road to the senior community.
Daniel Goleman’s The Brain and Emotional Intelligence: New Insights is an expansion of the 1995 book written by him entitled Emotional Intelligence.
Although this book reviews some of the neurobiological components of emotional intelligence, its key message is a practical one.
Very Good Lives is the commencement speech given by J.K. Rowling— renowned author of the Harry Potter series—to Harvard University’s graduating class of 2008. Rowling decides to focus on two key points during the speech: the benefits of failure and the power of imagination.
“If you wait until the end of the month to save what you have left, there will be nothing left over. Likewise, if you wait until the end of the day to do meaningful but not urgent things like exercise, pray, read, ponder how to advance your career or grow your organization, or truly give your family your best, it probably won’t happen.”