Emotions

Emotional Intelligence

The Benefits of Crying at Work

Tears often accompany an earnest show of emotion. It feels risky but is really very healthy.
News and Trends

We're Trusting Each Other Both More and Less Every Day

We need more transparency, decency and honesty.
Emotions

9 Signs You're Dealing With an Emotional Manipulator

Emotional manipulators defy logic. They derive satisfaction from controlling you and creating chaos.
Failure

6 Proven Strategies to Rebound From Failure

Setbacks are part of life. Treating them as steps on your way to success will help you get the most out of these painful -- but valuable -- learning experiences.
Anger Management

How to Transform Anger Into Constructive Action

Become more successful by understanding what underlies your anger.
Rebranding

This Once-Per-Century Rebranding Is a Case Study In Marketing Done Right

Driscoll's, a venerable fruit seller, has rebranded for the first time since its founding more than a hundred years ago. It was worth the wait.
Online Marketing

You Don't Need a Big Budget to Do Neuroscience Marketing

All you need to do is to tap into your customer's subconscious mind. Well, maybe that does sound complex, so here are some tips that can help simplify the process.
Habits

10 Habits That Will Make You Much Happier

These strategies won't just improve your happiness at work -- they'll improve your emotional intelligence.
Emotional Intelligence

How Emotionally Brilliant Leaders Turn Envy Into Something Much More Beneficial

Moving from being envious to being inspired and motivated is a very big step in a much better direction.
Emotional Intelligence

7 Emotional-Management Practices That Propel Success

Calming your inner turmoil opens you to respond better to inevitable changes.
Entrepreneur Network

5 Tactics to Change Your Bad Mood

Angry, sad or upset? Take five minutes to yourself and try out one of these strategies to combat your emotions.
Train your brain

5 Ways to Stop Lazy Thinking and Start Making Better Decisions

The brain is wired one way but what life and business demands requires us to do more than just what autopilot can handle.
Emotions

Crying at Work: Human or Humiliating?

A new survey reveals that the majority of people find public crying acceptable, but a work environment can both amplify and suppress emotions.
Emotions

Scientists Can Identify Our Emotions Based on the Air We Breathe. Can That Help Marketers?

The study could be another way to evaluate audience responses to campaigns.
Apps

12 Apps to Help Ease Anxiety

Anxious? There's an app for that.