Justin Bariso

https://www.eqapplied.com/

Justin Bariso is an author and consultant who helps organizations think differently and communicate with impact. His book, "EQ Applied: The Real-World Guide to Emotional Intelligence," uses fascinating research, modern examples, and personal stories to illustrate how emotional intelligence works in real life.

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Wisdom//

How Authentic Praise Can Take Your Company to New Heights

by Justin Bariso
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Google Has an Official Process for Learning from Failure—and It's Brilliant

by Justin Bariso
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Want to Cultivate Stronger Relationships?

by Justin Bariso
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If You Believe in Yourself, You'll Convince Everyone Else

by Justin Bariso
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The Healing Power of Learning to Let Go

by Justin Bariso
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Why We Should All Look to Kristen Bell as an Example of Emotional Intelligence

by Justin Bariso
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Why Losing Your Job Could Be a Great Thing

by Justin Bariso
Work Smarter//

Steve Jobs' 1973 Job Application Offers Priceless Life Lessons

by Justin Bariso
Work Smarter//

Jeff Bezos Knows How to Run a Meeting. Here’s How He Does It

by Justin Bariso
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Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos Share the Best Business Advice You'll Read Today

by Justin Bariso
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Wonder//

Dreaming Big is NOT How You Make Change

by Justin Bariso
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How to Properly Answer the Hardest Interview Question

by Justin Bariso
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It Only Took Steve Jobs 5 Words to Give the Best Career Advice You’ll Hear Today

by Justin Bariso
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Steve Jobs Knew How to Write an Email. Here’s How He Did It

by Justin Bariso

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