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We have all heard of stories or even know of intelligent people who have made dumb mistakes or taken outrightly stupid decisions. Intelligent people are expected to be wise, analyze facts, and make rational decisions. Intelligent people are expected to always think things through and reach reasonable conclusions that stand the test of time. Unfortunately, we live in an imperfect world, and the expected is not always what we experience. There are many reasons why we all do stupid things despite how smart and educated we are. Most of our stupid decisions are impulsive and are driven by our…mehr

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We have all heard of stories or even know of intelligent people who have made dumb mistakes or taken outrightly stupid decisions. Intelligent people are expected to be wise, analyze facts, and make rational decisions. Intelligent people are expected to always think things through and reach reasonable conclusions that stand the test of time. Unfortunately, we live in an imperfect world, and the expected is not always what we experience. There are many reasons why we all do stupid things despite how smart and educated we are. Most of our stupid decisions are impulsive and are driven by our emotions rather than objective, calculated thinking. In this book, the author has taken everyday experiences and explored how intelligent people acted stupidly using practical and relatable examples in easy-to-read paragraphs. Each chapter provides strategies we can use to make better choices and ends with a summary of takeaways for easy application by the readers towards a transformative life.
Autorenporträt
Chike G. Onyia is an Emotional Intelligence Practitioner, a California Licensed Lawyer, and Barrister & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. He has given talks to thousands of people on emotional intelligence. He has spoken in Nigeria, London, the US, Kenya, Ghana, Zambia, Liberia, Cameroon, Senegal & Cote D'Ivoire. He is certified by the Hay Group, USA, and TalentSmart, USA.