DANIEL GOLEMAN ON THE THREE KINDS OF EMPATHY
Do you have a good sense of how others see the world? More than 20 years ago, New York Times science reporter Daniel Goleman discovered the unknown component of human success known as emotional intelligence, and he helped popularize the term with his 1995 book of the same name. You can have better relationships and more success, it turns out, if you’re skilled at empathizing with others.
Here, Daniel reveals the three types of empathy, and how they make up the recipe for strong, lasting relationships