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In schools, we are often taught that our intelligence is purely determined by how well we do on tests and exams. In reality, that is only one form of intelligence. As evident by the title, this book talks about another form of intelligence: emotional intelligence. The book provides various anecdotes from Goleman's life where emotional … Continue reading ‘Emotional Intelligence’ by Daniel Goleman
A few years ago I discovered Google Space. It has images from over a dozen solar system bodies, and the International Space Station. These images were pieced together from NASA and ESA satellite data. I think these spinnable, zoomable maps with labeled regions and realistic terrain are pretty fun to play around with! They're also … Continue reading Google, beyond Earth
If you're unsure about neuroscience, this is the book you should read. This book is completely beginner friendly- big font size, interesting pictures, satisfyingly thick paper, and large concepts explained in a way a 10 year old can understand. While reading this book, I began asking questions I never thought of. And though no one … Continue reading ‘The Brain: The Story of You’ by David Eagleman