Practical Guide: How Mind Tricks Work
Learn these Mind Tricks:
- Eye Contact
- Head nod
- Open Hands
Whether you feel alone in your social activities or want extra engagement in your workspace, there are many things that are able to give you the edge of excitement and scale your way to success.
Some of them are known as mind tricks – which are used for centuries by people who want to be perceived as ‘likeable’. Aside from the workspace, these tips can actually help people find their life partners and better meet people.
So, what do likeable people share? Or, how to instantly be liked by everyone you meet?
Here are a few of their amazing skills and mind tricks you can pick up:
- Whenever a group of people laughs, make contact with the person you feel closest to – This is a simple mind trick that you can use to connect with people and learn to trust one another. Looking people in the eyes is great also while talking and listening.
- Use silence to get your answers – If you ask someone a tricky question and all you get is their silence, don’t be pushy. Waiting for the answer carefully is an indicator of a great personality – and a mind trick you can use anywhere.
- When someone does a favor for you, it makes them like you more – If you convince someone to do a favor and they are willing to do it, that means they will like you more and think you would return the favor.
- Open your hands and palms – Instead of pointing your palms to someone or something, let them open palmed – and experience how people are more likely to agree with what you are saying – a mind trick that makes you likeable and friendly.
- Nod your head during a conversation – Yes, I get it…. Is what nodding your head means while someone speaks. It also means that you are interested in them and convey that the things said are true and desirable.
- Make your lies embarrassing – If you must lie to someone – make sure to add something embarrassing. This is a trick that will assure them that you are saying nothing but the truth – but also look good throughout the story.
- Repeat names when meeting someone – ‘Nice to meet you Jack…Where are you from Jack?’ – repeating someone’s name three times in the first five minutes works extremely well, but the trick is to do as naturally as possible.
Give these mind tricks a try – and we guarantee that you will see immediate difference in how people respond to you and see you as a whole!
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