Emotionomics: leveraging emotions for business success / Dan Hill. – Rev. ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN –––2. Emotionomics: Leveraging Emotions for Business Success (Book Review). Once you will start reading this book, you won’t be able to put is. Emotionomics: Leveraging Emotions for Business Success by Dan Hill. Reviewed for SOFII by Charlie Hulme. There’s no art to find the mind’s.
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Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. NeuroRelay Thinking through the mind of the consumer. The technique and the science behind the facial coding are presented as a reliable measure of the strength of emotional response both impact and appeal in testing advertisement effectiveness. emofionomics
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Facial coding has been around a lot longer than verbal language. We communicate with one another continuously at subtle levels we are generally unaware of.
By studying facial responses to inputs, you can find out about how the emotions are truly processing.
Being on-emotion is at least as important as being on-message or on-strategy, both of which fail to engage the heart and win people over. Emotion drives reason more than reason drives emotion. Science shows that we react to inputs emotionally as quickly as we do eemotions.
Visual imagery and other non-verbal forms of communication predominate. People feel more pain from loss than pleasure from profit. The result is loss-aversion behavior, for people will take more risks to avoid losses than they will to realize gains. The example of this shows up in sales.
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Once the sales person generates a decent living for themselves, business owners have a difficult time getting them to increase their sales by changing or enhancing their sales strategies. Their fear of losing the comfort zone is much greater than the desire to succeed further.
Paul Ekman identifies seven core emotions: Interestingly, happiness can be divided between true smiles and social smiles, the latter which may indicate deceit. Research suggests that people tend to say they like something more than their actual feelings merit. To achieve success, companies must follow nature. To create a unified culture, a leader must commit rationally to being emotionally vulnerable. Dan Hill presents a wide variety of business concepts and how these concepts apply to the workplace.
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