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Reviewed by Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite
Lewis Alerson’s self-help guide, Emotional Intelligence: Be Mindful, reads as if you are listening to the ocean. The information is expressed in the calmest of voices. It is a brief, yet solid book about the benefits that one can gather from learning to keep our emotions in check. Not only ourselves, but helping us to become more observant of the emotions of other people that may be in our life, whether loved ones, or those in a working environment. The ability to step away from a situation where you might react negatively is perfectly executed in this book.
Emotional Intelligence: Be Mindful by author Lewis Alerson is one of those books that I wish I had read a week ago. We all can react badly to situations in the heat of the moment and, hopefully, if you are the type of person who has feelings that are ready and primed to go off, this book will be able to help you rein in those impulsive words before they have the chance to do real damage in your life. The ability to be able to look outside of ourselves, and see a situation from all sides, is an ability that I feel most people in this modern day world need right at this moment. This book is so worth the short time it will take you to read it. If there is a book out there that is going to help you right now, right this minute, it is Emotional Intelligence: Be Mindful by Lewis Alerson. You will want to devour its pages, and it will help you to become a better version of yourself.