Secret Psychology Tricks That Work ON ANYBODY
Date: 2019-01-31 15:15:00
The best secret psychology tricks that work on anybody! From how to cut off an incessant talker to the secret of leaving a lasting impression
#12 Drop And Talk
We’ve all been to a backyard barbecue, or similar gathering, surrounded by strangers and run into someone who just won’t stop jabbering. Despite how funny those anecdotes might be, you’ve listened to this person for an hour now and enough is enough! It has got to be someone else’s turn to talk! But you don’t want to butt in and gain a reputation for being rude. So what is there to do? Drop something! Dropping a pencil, a bag, your keys, or any type of durable object will cause a distraction in the conversation and draw attention to you. As you pick up the dropped object, suddenly all eyes are facing your direction and the floor is yours!
#11 Alt Conflict Resolution
If you’ve ever had a spat with a friend, you know it can be difficult to patch things up entirely. Sometimes combative personalities clash and there’s just no agreement on either end as tensions continue to bubble. Then it becomes a real problem when a mutual friend looks to gather everyone together, making an interaction unavoidable. But with this trick, you can dodge the conflict entirely! Instead of just sitting opposite each other to try to make distance, the hostile parties should sit on the same side of a room or table and refrain from facing one another! This small change can open the gate wide for cooler heads to prevail. And if you’re not at that point yet, there are still preventative measures you can take to avoid issues with other people. Like pizza! The ultimate conflict resolver, food calms attitudes and often quells pent up stress the agitated parties may have been harboring.
#10 Thrills Build Bonds
Small talk can be rough. Like a verbal rainforest, the prickly barricade of meaningless, potential topics feels like it requires a machete to fight through at times. Fortunately, there’s a fast track for those looking to skip the so-called pleasantries: Adrenaline! A first date at a candlelit dinner followed by a walk through the park sounds delightful and all, but the shared experience of bungee jumping or a rollercoaster can have an equal if not greater effect on an early relationship. Not only does this become a more memorable experience, but the increased stimulation of the brain results in an arousal that reinforces the idea that the person is having a great time with you.