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41 Impressive Psychological Tricks That Can Influence Anyone

By Kavita Panyam, 1 November 2017


  • 33. If you want people to take notice of what you say, tell them that your father taught you those principles. You’ll find that you suddenly have keen listeners.

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  • 34. For those that work in the customer service department, it is good to hang a mirror behind the front desk. When angry customers approach the desk, they would see their faces and change their expressions leading to calm discussions.
  • 35. If you want to be a good leader, never act surprised.
  • 36. When you wish to know more about people, crack a joke and observe people as they laugh. People that are close tend to look and nudge each other while laughing. This can give you an insight as to the friendships and relationships.
  • 37. When you meet someone for the first time and want to create a strong impression, use a firm handshake. Make sure your hand is warm before that.

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  • 38. If you feel that a person does not like you, try requesting to borrow something small from them. As much they would resent it, they would part with the item and may also end up changing their opinion about you.
  • 39. When you wish to commute peacefully in busy areas, try to gesture and nod at a direction and go the opposite way. People are more likely to take the route pointed by you making it easier for you to commute in the other route.
  • 40. Is a song stuck in your head and you can’t seem to get it out? Think of the end of the song and the song will disappear from your head. People try to remember incomplete things.
  • 41. If you want to become a champion at rock, paper, and scissors, try asking a question and begin saying rock, paper, and scissors without waiting for the answer. Most people are likely to utter scissors.


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