Positive Intelligence: Why Only 20% of Teams and Individuals Achieve Their True Potential and How You Can Achieve Yours

Positive Intelligence Why Only % of Teams and Individuals Achieve Their True Potential and How You Can Achieve Yours In his popular Stanford University lectures Shirzad Chamine reveals how to achieve one s true potential for both professional success and personal fulfillment His groundbreaking research exposes ten

In his popular Stanford University lectures, Shirzad Chamine reveals how to achieve one s true potential for both professional success and personal fulfillment His groundbreaking research exposes ten well disguised mental Saboteurs Nearly 95 percent of the executives in his Stanford lectures conclude that these Saboteurs cause significant harm to achieving their true pIn his popular Stanford University lectures, Shirzad Chamine reveals how to achieve one s true potential for both professional success and personal fulfillment His groundbreaking research exposes ten well disguised mental Saboteurs Nearly 95 percent of the executives in his Stanford lectures conclude that these Saboteurs cause significant harm to achieving their true potential 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 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 30 to 35 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 how you too can take concrete steps to unleash the vast, untapped powers of your mind.Discover how to Identify and conquer your top Saboteurs Common Saboteurs include the Judge, Controller, Victim, Avoider, and Pleaser Measure the Positive Intelligence score PQ for yourself or your team and 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 Apply PQ tools and techniques to increase both performance and fulfillment Applications include team building, mastering workload, working with difficult people, improving work life balance, reducing stress, and selling and persuading.

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  1. Rod Moser

    I have been experiencing some challenges recently in my business and personal life and I have been looking for something to help me regain my focus. This is exactly what I have been looking for. The tools in this book are simple yet have had a tremendous impact on my personal and professional life. I was able to have a productive conversation with my son tonight by focusing on my sage voice and quieting the saboteurs. He opened up to me and I was able to guide him without him feeling judged. The [...]

  2. Naomi Blackburn

    I first learned about the concept of Positive Intelligence while earning my MBA with one of my concentrations being in leadership development. Chamine has done a fantastic job of authoring a primer on the subject. Even if a potential reader of this book doesn't believe in the "psychobabbling" of business which I have often heard PI referred to, the book lays out excellent descriptors of group and individual dynamics which can interfer with successful team projects and lead to disastrous results. [...]

  3. Kent Winward

    I'm giving this a lower rating, not because the book was particularly poor, but because it is overly simplistic. It's left brain/right brain dichotomy and it's New-Agey lingo turned me off, although I agree with the concepts. It was a great reminder to practice more mindfully and meditate. The neurological benefits of these practices is really undisputed -- nothing mystical, just how our bodies work best.The short summary: Think positively, so that you act, rather than letting negative thoughts [...]

  4. Stephanie

    I wish the negative people in my life would read this book. This book was geared more toward a business person view, but will work for anyone. I felt like a learned a more methodical or practical way to meditate and de-stress.

  5. Siara M

    The book I chose to read is Positive Intelligence by Shirzad Chamine. I felt compelled to give this book a try after a family friend gave me some insight on how this book changed their confidence and outlook on life. This book is basically a self help book that focuses on the aspect of increasing your PQ levels, how to get rid of the saboteurs in your head and how to better yourself with certain tips and stories from previous teams and others that have used these methods. Certain aspects that wo [...]

  6. Jack O'Donnell

    It would be unfair to suggest I read Positive Intelligence with an open mind, or even read it, rather I flipped through it. I did read today’s report in The Observer by Harriet Sherwood, the headline of which is Top cleric says C of E reforms risk making it a ‘suburban sect’. How does that apply to Shirzad Chamine’s New York Time’s bestseller? Well, I’d argue that Positive Intelligence (PQ) which measure the percentage of your mind that is sabotaging you as opposed to helping you is [...]

  7. Bliss Thao

    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 [...]

  8. Tanja Berg

    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. "Easy" is the wrong word, although the steps themselves are simple and lucid, getting there will still require hard work. The book teaches us to recognize our saboteurs, strengthen our sage, doing "PQ" exercises (which is little more than awareness/mindfulness training). What I especially liked about this book is that it encompasses the ide [...]

  9. Rose

    Shirzad Chamine's "Positive Intelligence: Why Only 20% of Teams and Individuals Achieve Their True Potential and How You Can Achieve Yours" is an amazing resource. 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 [...]

  10. George Wang

    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 [...]

  11. Ian Nadeau

    "Your mind is your best friend. But it is also your worst enemy." - Shirzad ChamineI would have thought this book to be too new-age-y for my tastes, but it was actually a pretty fascinating / useful look at how our brains can work against us. The rational part of our brain (prefrontal cortex) is certainly our best friend, guiding our growth and success. However, it/we must also contend with the emotional part of the brain (limbic system) which is focused on our survival. Stress, guilt, anger and [...]

  12. Kate Arms

    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. everybody is trying to develop unique intellectual property to stand it from the crowd, and everybody knows the big money is either in massive cultish events where people come to be touched by the charismatic guru or in the world of people and corpora [...]

  13. Tracy Antol

    I liked the general idea of this book. Hey! Anything that can make us less stressed, more focused and working from a positive center is good. My only reservation is that not every encounter or experience is a "gift". There are terrible things that happen in life and that's ok. Not everything must be turned into a positive. Of course the author would write-off this opinion as just one of my internal Saboteurs trying to undermine me. That's the way these books work. They use your own rational thou [...]

  14. Mark Whiting

    Interesting and useful but 1. it does not give a great case for the teachings it holds to be 'research based', and 2. it feels like it's written for executives and high performers who are having a hard time. Very few cases and very little discussion in the book are about normal people trying to have better lives (although the methods discussed would probably work to some degree for that too). In particular, there are many problems that normal people have that executives may not have, and these p [...]

  15. Ricardo Vargas

    In this book, Prof Chamine present the concept of Positive Intelligence. Underlined in the believe that we guide our brain to the wrong decisions, a high positive intelligence you have the ability to understand when your brain try to guide you to the wrong direction. I read it as part of the Stanford Advanced Project Management Program at Stanford University.No livro, o Prof. Chamine apresenta o conceito de Positive Intelligence. Delineado no conceito de que o seu cérebro muitas vezes guia voc [...]

  16. Kim Leandersson

    I can't really decide how I should rate this book. I enjoyed it, I like the topic, I believe what is described, but on the other hand the descriptions are so simplified and there is a lot of repetition in the book. So, it's not a 5 and not a 2. I choose between 3 and 4What I do like with the book is that it's not only theory, it is more hands on and deal with real examples. As with many books in the genre a lot of what is written is common sense, but sometimes you need it packaged and delivered [...]

  17. Tati Ferreira

    Este é um dos melhores livros sobre autodesenvolvimento que li até agora. Trata com profundidade nossos aspectos comportamentais que podem fazer com que vivamos uma vida mais positiva e cheia de bons resultados. Traz exercícios práticos, muuuuitos estudos de caso baseados em pesquisas sérias que nos ensinam como acabar (identificar e neutralizar), a influência negativa de nossos sabotadores e, como ativar o nosso poder, o sábio, viver mais presente e intensamente os aprendizados da vida. [...]

  18. Createpei

    I was extremely impressed with the framework and model proposed by Chamine. The idea of Sabateours and Sage traits resonated greatly with me. I liked it so much that I've also ordered the hardcover to supplement my kindle version.I have used the reframing methods with great success already and hope to be able to increase my PQ through the exercises - though I do find this harder to accomplish.I highly recommend this book for people interested in positive intelligence.

  19. Judy

    This is an excellent book and one that I want to read sometime. However, right now, it seems like work to try to get through it. I will pick up again when my life is a little less stressful so that I may fully enjoy its brilliance.

  20. Erik Zimmer

    Through 2/3 of the book and its message resonatesI recommend everyone working on the Sage drills daily.

  21. Alex Hoskinson

    I'm not a psychology expert, so this book really helped me with a few things.First, the different personality types made me realize why I get along with some people, and why I find others so frustrating. Knowing what I know now would completely change past experiences with coworkers, so I'm optimistic about the future.Second, understanding my own personality type has made it clear why certain things are more difficult for me. I'm a long way from fixing these issues, but more understanding of the [...]

  22. Andreia Pania de Almeida

    This book is very well structured which allowed me to read it fast thru the parts that interested me the most. The author was practical and concise to explain his theory. Examples to support his argument was very well organized as well. My take away: apply mindfulness into life, live the moment, and your mind will be able to identify the enemy that lives inside. In the process, the specific "positive muscle" is strengthened, and we can make the best out of any undesirable situation.

  23. FemYoga Taylor

    A lot of self-development books have a similar theme. So, when you read as much as I do, it can be difficult to "wow!" me. Stressed the importance and the benefits of positivity, but I still prefer Barbara Fredrickson's book entitled Positivity. Hers is wildly more practical. This is more informational. They have a cool personality test you can use to evaluated your Positivity Quotient (PQ) - mine was surprisingly low!

  24. Austin Luca

    I recently heard someone say that there is nothing new in the world - all ideas are just packaged differently. Mindfulness isn't new, but the author of Positive Intelligence packages it in a way that made sense to me, personally. Mindfulness techniques are presented like a game in this book, and for whatever reason, I understand the usefulness more than every before. I highly recommend reading this book for an instant boost in understanding happiness!

  25. Becky

    We all have Sabateurs - the primary one being Judgment of ourselves, others and our circumstance. After that, we have supporting Sabateurs. The author shows you how to recognize them, and how to use Positive Intelligence our or Sages to help.

  26. Matt Gwynn

    This was not really a book I would go out of my way to recommend. There was some great "one liners" worth highlighting, but other than that, it was pretty mediocre overall. I think the author was trying a little too hard on this one.

  27. Radu Nicoara

    Such a waste of time. The whole book is pseudo-science psychology, without a single piece of evidence to support the claims. Besides being overly-simplifying regarding normal life events, it is of the "I'll teach you what to think" type.

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