13 Psychological Tricks You Use to Make People Like You
I have observed so many things using psychology that it even seems that the majority is in this favor in everything, and you can come to think that you are all-powerful.
- When you are in a conversation with several people, take 2/3 seconds to look at each one. Then, if you are talking, change the look between each one. This will make everyone feel part of it and keep them focused on your story.
- Smiling is very good! But if you do it too much, people won’t respect you in the same way. Smiling is a gesture of submission, after all!
- Ask people about their days, especially to the workers who serve you daily (restaurants, cashiers, etc.). This will put a smile on their face, and they will connect you with someone positive. Remember that most buyers are not interested in a second in those who serve them.
- Don’t react too quickly. The most confident people or “alphas” in the animal world take their own time and don’t let their surroundings control them. Instead, react to your time, have controlled movements, and they will respect you more.
- If you’re going to hang out with someone, I’d recommend always having something to do (read, write, fill out forms, study). Many people today get on their phones or pick up, arrive late, or start talking to someone and stop paying attention to you. If this happens, the best thing you can do is start doing something. Then, they will notice and have more respect and attention for you. Besides that, you advance with your tasks!
- The most powerful position is the head position that does not have your back to the door/window when sitting at a table.
- If you’re in a meeting, someone’s greatest ally will always be the one to their right next to them. Then to the left of him glued, and so on. The most “opponent” will be the one directly in front. So if you want someone to trust you, sit to the right of them. If they’re going to have an ally, feel them to your right
- If you know that someone will go against you in a conversation, try to seat them to your right, and it will be much more difficult for them!
- Instead of “How are you?/How have you been?” You can…