Emotions movement
New business perspectives
Ali Anani
Cover slide made by
http://www.glassgiant.com/snowglobes/
We are moving from product dominance to service
prevailing markets
Services require healthy relationships
Healthy emotions are the precursors for
healthy relationships

Emotions

Relationship
A true relationship is a tolerant one
It is accepting the past of others, bonding
them to you and opening up future
possibilities for them
For emotions to function as effective precursors
to healthy actions they have to have…
The right balance between strong and weak
emotional ties to propagate social networks
You need a visual proof for that…
See the movement of emotions over time in
the next slide
Positive emotions. The
size of nodes represents
how common a given
emotion is. The
thickness of the edges is
proportional ...
The previous graph shows that the links
between emotions are not evenly distributed,
but are clustered
Natural clusters ar...
The graph shows also that there are emotion hubsemotions that are massively linked to other emotions
These clusters can be...
True emotional relationships base
themselves on….
Their valences, wherein positively and
negatively charged emotions may form
bonds like ionic bonds in elements
And neutral emotions may form
shared bonds like covalent bonds
among elements
Is the next step forming a periodic table of
emotions to understand their movements and
clustering and mode of bonding?
112 elements in the periodic table
So,

112 emotions in the emotions
periodic table!!!
Should we consider having

emotion isotopes?
Closely similar emotions
Emotions
have
their

risk
as well
Depending
on the
frequency
and impact
of the
emotion
Emotions Risk Grid
These facts show
that the
probability of
moving from one
cluster to another
is much less than
moving within the
same clust...
Jumping between emotions in the same cluster
“joy” → “humor”) is easier than jumping between
nodes in completely different...
Apparently emotions need a visa to travel
between clusters
As for the impact, the larger
connection an emotion has, the
greater is its impact
Hot emotions are expected to
have the highest impact
These findings may require
revising our understandings in
many fields such as the stock
market
Should this curve be revised
in view of the new findings?

Emotions
preferential
movements
Many possibilities
of movement and
not necessarily
straight to the
denial stage as is
shown in the
previous slides
http://...
Emotions trigger action
We need to better the
understanding of our emotions to
improve our actions
Hi Dr. Anani, yes you have
permission with appropriate credit.
Thanks Mr. Armen Berjikly for your
permission to republish ...
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Emotions movement

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The presentation introduces new concepts of emotions. These include emotions isotopes, emotions risk grid and emotions investment curve.

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Emotions movement

  1. 1. Emotions movement New business perspectives Ali Anani
  2. 2. Cover slide made by http://www.glassgiant.com/snowglobes/
  3. 3. We are moving from product dominance to service prevailing markets
  4. 4. Services require healthy relationships
  5. 5. Healthy emotions are the precursors for healthy relationships Emotions Relationship
  6. 6. A true relationship is a tolerant one
  7. 7. It is accepting the past of others, bonding them to you and opening up future possibilities for them
  8. 8. For emotions to function as effective precursors to healthy actions they have to have…
  9. 9. The right balance between strong and weak emotional ties to propagate social networks
  10. 10. You need a visual proof for that…
  11. 11. See the movement of emotions over time in the next slide
  12. 12. Positive emotions. The size of nodes represents how common a given emotion is. The thickness of the edges is proportional to how often people travel between two given emotions. http://www.kanjoya.com/blog/kanjoyaeng/building-a-roadmap-of-humanemotion-part-1/
  13. 13. The previous graph shows that the links between emotions are not evenly distributed, but are clustered Natural clusters are similar
  14. 14. The graph shows also that there are emotion hubsemotions that are massively linked to other emotions These clusters can be described with five color labels. Green → Positive/Blissful/Energetic Blue → Low energy/Depressed/Sad Red → Anxious/Angry/Scared Orange → Physical discomfort/Neutral/Circumstantial Yellow → Sexual/Aroused
  15. 15. True emotional relationships base themselves on….
  16. 16. Their valences, wherein positively and negatively charged emotions may form bonds like ionic bonds in elements
  17. 17. And neutral emotions may form shared bonds like covalent bonds among elements
  18. 18. Is the next step forming a periodic table of emotions to understand their movements and clustering and mode of bonding?
  19. 19. 112 elements in the periodic table So, 112 emotions in the emotions periodic table!!!
  20. 20. Should we consider having emotion isotopes? Closely similar emotions
  21. 21. Emotions have their risk as well Depending on the frequency and impact of the emotion
  22. 22. Emotions Risk Grid
  23. 23. These facts show that the probability of moving from one cluster to another is much less than moving within the same cluster This helps in identifying the probability of an emotion in the emotions risk grid
  24. 24. Jumping between emotions in the same cluster “joy” → “humor”) is easier than jumping between nodes in completely different clusters (“joy” → “joy” → “sadness”). Joy Sadness Difficult Joy Humor Easy
  25. 25. Apparently emotions need a visa to travel between clusters
  26. 26. As for the impact, the larger connection an emotion has, the greater is its impact
  27. 27. Hot emotions are expected to have the highest impact
  28. 28. These findings may require revising our understandings in many fields such as the stock market
  29. 29. Should this curve be revised in view of the new findings? Emotions preferential movements
  30. 30. Many possibilities of movement and not necessarily straight to the denial stage as is shown in the previous slides http://www.kanjoya.com/blog/kanjoya-eng/building-a-roadmapof-human-emotion-part-1/
  31. 31. Emotions trigger action We need to better the understanding of our emotions to improve our actions
  32. 32. Hi Dr. Anani, yes you have permission with appropriate credit. Thanks Mr. Armen Berjikly for your permission to republish your emotion map.

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