#daniel-goleman #emotional-brain #emotional-iq #what-are-emotions-for
As some recurrent situations were repeated over and over our evolutionary history, the survival value of our emotional reactions got imprinted in our nerves as innate, automatic tendencies of the human heart.
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Parent (intermediate) annotationOpen it persisting toward a goal despite frustrations, bonding with a mate, building a family. Each emotion offers a distinctive readiness to act; each points us in a direction that has worked well to handle the recurring challenges of human life. 4 <span>As these eternal situations were repeated and repeated over our evolutionary history, the survival value of our emotional repertoire was attested to by its becoming imprinted in our nerves as innate, automatic tendencies of the human heart.
A view of human nature that ignores the power of emotions is sadly shortsighted. The very name Homo sapiens, the thinking species, is misleading in light of the new apprec
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