by Emerson Klees
Publisher: Cameo Press, Rochester, NY 14618
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Emerson uses the lives of such leaders as Martin Luther King, Jr., Susan B. Anthony, Helen Keller and Bill Gates to illustrate the importance of people skills in achieving success. He proposes that developing emotional intelligence is more important to your success than your IQ. While IQ can be little improved; emotional intelligence can be improved through the development of empathy, perseverance, emotional control and other factors. One who develops emotional intelligence to the fullest becomes a “people person,” a key trait among successful people. This book is a must read.