News and Articles About Emotions
New research reveals that while we're all scared asking for advice will make us look like incompetent fools, it actually has the opposite effect.
The widespread outrage directed at Facebook for manipulating its users' emotions has the dating site, which has been routinely running experiments on its own users, perplexed.
There's only so much you can control, but it's how you act that usually determines your circumstances.
Product company founder and venture capitalist discusses how his sister's struggles with mental illness reflect on his experiences with developing businesses.
Stewing on the past may bite you in the behind in the future. It's best to deal with your issues now.
The social network wanted to find out what influences our emotions. Unfortunately, everyone is angry now.
As the threshold to your business, your homepage should invite people in.
Sometimes enthusiasm is overrated.
The key to being a great leader is not to avoid emotion but to avoid letting it get the best of you when dealing with investors, employees and customers.
Bringing back a well-known brand can save millions in upfront marketing, while the name recognition captures attention in a crowded marketplace.
New finding show that picture posts are four times more likely to provide warm and fuzzy feeling compared to text posts.
It's time to let it go and become a better version of yourself that thrives in your personal and professional lives.
When a conflict arises you may want to run away from it. However, running toward the conflict is usually the best solution.
Tens, a sunglass company, which provide a 'real life photo filter' has more than doubled its crowdfunding goal on the first day of its Indiegogo campaign.
Our emotions are tied to our thinking, so take control before you do something you'll regret.
You don't have to step in the ring, but learning how to control your fighting instincts will help you reach success.
Any company can create word-of-mouth ad -- all it takes is a clever idea and skillful execution.
Consider an old stock trader's approach to taming volatility.
Focusing on the long term, keeping your feelings in check and rooting out negative influences can lead to success.
Unfortunately, you can't change them. But you can change the way you interact with them.
A new study reveals that low blood pressure depletes our self-control, turning us into aggressive voodoo-stabbing versions of ourselves.
Speak with feeling rather than figures.
Is your logo bright blue? Dark green? Eggplant? A look at the message you're sending your customers.
When an entrepreneur (or executive) is more in tune with their employees' emotions, they are better able to balance the workforce, complete day-to-day work and innovate.