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Editorial Reviews. Review. “Positive Intelligence can change your life and transform your Kindle Store; ›; Kindle eBooks; ›; Business & Money. Positive Intelligence and PQ are service marks of Shirzad Chamine. Published by Ebook ISBN: Ebook Edition. 8. Positive Intelligence is the science and practice of developing mastery over your own mind so you can reach your full potential for both happiness and success.


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In his popular Stanford University lectures, Shirzad Chamine reveals how to achieve one's true potential for both professional success and personal fulfillment . With Positive Intelligence, you can learn the secret to defeating these internal foes. Positive Intelligence (PQ)SM measures the percentage of time your mind is . Positive Intelligence. Why Only 20% of Teams and Individuals Achieve Their True Potential and How You Can Achieve Yours. Shirzad Chamine. , 38 Ratings.

Peter is an asshole is the lesson I learned.

You need to ask yourself why you are being judgemental. Ask your Sagacity. My Sagacity says fuck off. I thought I was poor and unhappy because I had no shoes until I met a man with no feet.

Read that sentence again. Happiness has a baseline. Unhappiness too must have a baseline. Are you happy now? Books are the answer because they can help us empathise with the other, the worker, the underlining, the refugee. Positive Intelligence is an argument for the placebo effect and for backslapping for those that own the top US companies Chamine is writing and works for. These are not my people.

This is not my book. Read widely and wisely. Jul 30, Bliss Thao rated it really liked it. The book starts out great with exposing your saboteurs, but the book gets repetitive by going over examples and different situations where you may be using your saboteurs and how to overcome them.

I understand this is still a necessary part of the book, but it's also what made it so hard for me to finish. I still think this is a great book and everyone will be able to recognize the saboteur that is bringing them down in everyday life. I had a lot of fun reading the saboteur profiles to my family The book starts out great with exposing your saboteurs, but the book gets repetitive by going over examples and different situations where you may be using your saboteurs and how to overcome them.

I had a lot of fun reading the saboteur profiles to my family and seeing them recognize their strongest saboteur. Aug 08, Szymon Kulec rated it did not like it.

I cannot give 0 stars, so I'm giving it 1. How to write a book like this. Then, having an established vocabulary and the categorization write these words with Capital Letters. Remember to describe everything in these words, and bring several stories where you were using only These words and These words only when coaching people.

Then repeat. Not forget to provide some scale, as people like to score points and compare number I cannot give 0 stars, so I'm giving it 1. Not forget to provide some scale, as people like to score points and compare numbers. The same could have been done in a much better way, by noticing what works for people and calling things with the already existing names: Renaming things to Saboteurs or Sages and claiming that with this, it helps people, won't make it any better. View 2 comments. May 10, Tanja Berg rated it really liked it Shelves: I am giving this book 4 out of 5 stars because I am not entirely convinced that it could be so easy to achieve peace and happiness as described in this book.

What I especially liked about this book is that it encompasses the ide I am giving this book 4 out of 5 stars because I am not entirely convinced that it could be so easy to achieve peace and happiness as described in this book.

The basis is that the inner chatter in your head is not you, usually it's just a saboteur or judge at work. However, Shirzad Chamine is more concrete as to how to quelch your saboteurs and strengthen your "sage", the positive. The word of caution is that you mustn't just pretend, as pretending to be positive without actually feeling it puts you at risk of coronary heart disease and doesn't improve anything mucht.

I have, in accordance with this book, started labelling my saboteurs. From the website www.

No surprise there, I have been aware of that for years. I suffer tremendous pain when I'm not in charge or have full control. Letting things float is just not my style. My second most frequent saboteur is the victim, and this came a surprise. I didn't know this, I hate being a victim, but apparently that doesn't stop me from playing that card to myself oh poor me , eventhough I rarely do so openly. Another thing I didn't think I was doing all that much of - anymore - was juding other people.

I was so wrong! As a leader, I consider it part of my job description, but I am doing my best reevaluating my position as I didn't think I was doing it by far as often as I really am.

I have also started doing "PQ" exercises, which is just 10 seconds of being aware of ones surroundings mindfulness training, really: One hundred "PQ" exercises a day for three weeks should, according to this book, lead to dramatic results. Let's see. I know I'm not at yet, but I do notice that I am more relaxed and less anxious now. I will continue to take the advice of this book into account and I certainly consider it money well spent.

Apr 30, Rose rated it it was amazing Shelves: Shirzad Chamine's "Positive Intelligence: It's an examination of what Chamine calls PQ or positive intelligence quotient. Chamine's arguments on PQ are that it's a measurement of how productive your mind can be based on its self-affirming factors, and that by tapping into the wells of PQ, examining what strengthens it and lessening others that work against it, we can be more Shirzad Chamine's "Positive Intelligence: Chamine's arguments on PQ are that it's a measurement of how productive your mind can be based on its self-affirming factors, and that by tapping into the wells of PQ, examining what strengthens it and lessening others that work against it, we can be more successful in our personal and business lives.

I found the ground that Chamine tackles with respect to factors that deteriorate PQ, as well as build up the measure very helpful. I'm surprised by how much I learned about myself thinking about my own PQ. There are ten factors that work against PQ, and the book outlines them very well.

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The factor that promotes PQ is what this book calls "The Sage" - where the benefits of that are quoted: Chamine's instructions and expansions on the matter are very clear cut and easy to understand. I appreciated also the author's personal experiences and professional consultations peppered as examples and case studies in the text. I would highly recommend this book as a resource, and I know it's one I'll return to for quite some time. Overall score: Dec 28, George Wang rated it really liked it.

Professor Sanjeev Bedi first introduced me to this book right after I told him I'm interested in pursuing a startup. To my surprise, this is not a book that teaches how to run a startup, but a book that teaches skills that critical to achieving success in any area of life. According to the author, one's positive intelligence PQ is her biggest determinant of success.

Based on this premise, this book explores the various entities in the mind that make up one's PQ. One of those entities is the "Ju Professor Sanjeev Bedi first introduced me to this book right after I told him I'm interested in pursuing a startup. One of those entities is the "Judge. Judging oneself prevents one from attaining happiness in the process of achieving success; Judging others is the enemy of happy relationships; and Judging the circumstances denies one from ever being satisfied with what she has.

By bringing the Judge to the conscious awareness, it will slowly melt away, making way for our inner "sage" to surface. This book touches on many complex and abstract concepts. Although the reader may become more aware of the inner workings of the mind after the first read, attempting to articulate all the concepts to someone else may be difficult. Understanding all the content requires more than one read.

But once the content is internalized and applied to every day practice, positive change is right around the corner. Jul 06, Ian Nadeau rated it liked it. But it is also your worst enemy. The rational part of our brain prefrontal cortex is certainly our best friend, guiding our growth and success. Stress, guilt, anger and "Your mind is your best friend. Stress, guilt, anger and other factors often will trigger our Survival Brain in the former of the 10 'saboteurs': This book will help you identify your saboteurs one they are identified, you'll be amazed how often they pop into your head on a given day and teach you ways the exercise your brain in order to flex the muscle of the rational side The Sage and suppress the will of your survival brain Saboteurs.

Very interesting stuff. Aug 04, Kate Arms rated it liked it.

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Like many books in the world of popularization of coaching, this is overly simplistic, has a bit of a complex about needing to justify itself with data, and puts cutesy terminology on things.

This is the nature of the coaching profession right now. That said, the content of this book is excellent and "actionable.

But most people will stumble and fall and need support. Either working with a friend or a support group or a coach will make it easier to commit to the practices. This book's use to me as a coach is great. I have already started using the assessment tool that looks at how this material shows up with my clients to speed their growth and am seeing impact.

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Feb 12, Tracy Antol rated it really liked it Shelves: With Positive Intelligence, you can learn the secret to defeating these internal foes. Positive Intelligence PQ measures the percentage of time your mind is serving you as opposed to sabotaging you.

While your IQ and EQ emotional intelligence contribute to your maximum potential, it is your PQ that determines how much of that potential you actually achieve.

The great news is that you can improve your PQ significantly in as little as 21 days. With higher PQ, teams and professionals ranging from leaders to salespeople perform percent better on average.

Positive Intelligence

Importantly, they also report being far happier and less stressed. The breakthrough tools and techniques in this book have been refined over years of coaching hundreds of CEOs and their executive teams. Shirzad tells many of their remarkable stories, showing you how you too can take concrete steps to unleash the vast, untapped powers of your mind. About the Author: He is Chairman of CTI, the largest coach training organization in the world.

CTI has trained coaches and managers in most of the Fortune companies, as well as faculty at Stanford and Yale business schools. While your IQ and EQ emotional intelligence contribute to your maximum potential, it is your PQ that determines how much of that potential you actually achieve. The great news is that you can improve your PQ significantly in as little as 21 days.

With higher PQ, teams and professionals ranging from leaders to salespeople perform percent better on average. Importantly, they also report being far happier and less stressed.

The breakthrough tools and techniques in this book have been refined over years of coaching hundreds of CEOs and their executive teams. Shirzad tells many of their remarkable stories, showing you how you too can take concrete steps to unleash the vast, untapped powers of your mind.

Identify and conquer your top mental Saboteurs. Measure the Positive Intelligence score PQ for yourself or your team—see how close you come to the critical tipping point required for peak performance. Increase PQ dramatically in as little as 21 days. Develop new brain "muscles," and access 5 untapped powers with energizing mental "power games.You can learn to meet your challenges by activating a different voice and region of your brain that performs far better while producing positive feelings like curiosity, empathy, creativity, and peace, with a laser focus on action.

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Marketing as a Business System: Shirzad tells many of their remarkable stories, showing how you too can take concrete steps to unleash the vast, untapped powers of your mind.