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Persuasion. When someone is persuaded, it's amazing how positive things turn out. Some psychology on how to persuade someone, empathy, and your personal development off of it will be talked about.
You probably like to think of yourself as a rational human being like when you have a decision to make, you take all the information you make a pros and cons list and you add that up to make the best decision possible. But you're a human being and the truth of human beings is we are far more irrational than we'd like to admit. Oftentimes, our decisions come down to the smallest irrational things and oftentimes, that can be just a few words which is why in this video,
I want to give you 6 phrases that you can use to turn the tide in your favor when you're trying to persuade someone to do something that you might like. Now, this is not going to be a substitute for really developing a true persuasive strategy, it's not a substitute for empathy but start adding these phrases into your vocabulary and I think you will be shocked with how quickly and how effective they are. So, the first one is when you're coming up against a gatekeeper and the phrase is simply going to be — "Have you ever made an exception?" Now, I used to use this all the time when I would try to get into bars and clubs after it was technically at capacity and it worked pretty well.
0:44 First persuasion phrase is to let them think it won't be a big deal
1:38 A person will more likely be persuaded if you bring empathy to the table
2:58 Make them see you in a positive light and work on your psychology prowess
4:19 Call them by their name
5:14 Another persuasion tactic is the use of the Yes Ladder
6:45 Use the power of "because"
More on persuasion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMliNd2b2K0
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I love this man. I've been using all the tips I've seen on this channel and it has made my life so much better. People treat me with more respect, I've been getting better grades, I've been more confident, and I got my first girlfriend since using these tips. I love making people feel better about themselves, but it was hard before I knew how to reach them on a more personal level.
Speaking of the use of the word "Because", I can help but put it in total opposition of the use of the word "but", because if the word "because" validates everything before (see what I did there), the word "but" does the exact opposite. Like say you want to steer someone away from a bad habit; people often do it like this : your my friend/brother/mother/lover and you mean the world to me BUT you are goind the wrong direction.
Perhaps this video means you should instead say :" I personally believe you're going in the wrong direction and it is bad for you and I say because your my friend/brother/mother/lover and you mean the world to me.
Am I understand the principle right or no?
Damn, he just got me with the 'Because' at the very end when he asks to click Subscribe and Notifications. I did BOTH and then actually went back and heard the 'because'. Start watching at 8:00, because he drops it in around 8:17 - :)
One of my favorites is asking “what can you do for me?” rather than asking an open ended yes or no question. This works great for things like trying to get compensation for a service you weren’t happy with, or getting your bank to override a draft fee, etc. This works because there’s only two answers you can get with a yes or no question. But when you ask “what can you do for me” it majorly increases chances for a result in your favor.
The big one I don't agree with here is saying the person's name from a nametag. When I worked in customer service, it straight up creeped me out if you focused in on my name tag and then said "How's it going, [name]? I didn't wonder where you knew me from, I could TELL that you had just read my nametag, and my feeling would be, "You DON'T know me, so stop trying to act like you do." Maybe if you can find a more natural way to work it in, it could be effective, but reading someone's name tag and then using their name is way more creepy, and way less friendly, than you realize.
Yes ladder for cosmetic sales
- How are you doing today, may I assist you with anything in store?/ Would you be interested in a (insert brand name) consultation today? Or, "Good afternoon, would you have a moment to spare we have x amount of cruelty free/oil reducing or 'vibrant,' organic hypoallergenic samples today."
- What are your skincare goals and some trouble you might have with maintainence or makeup applications?
- This product meets your standards/needs its application process is under x amount of time/simplified by applicator design and/or is specifically made with ingredients to combat issue i.e. mineral bases for moisture control, hyaluronic acid for skin elasticity or base/main ingredients water, glycerin and other safe/easily removable products.
- point of sale - offer another product to complement. Example, foundation and cleanser. Mascara and eyelash extension cream/eye makeup remover or an eyeliner in a specific shade for eye color.
- complement the customer on their current style/appearance and finish application or sale. Show customer how to recreate applications in a timely manner, and thank you for their time
Ok, I tried the job interview questing today. Hadn't planned to but my mind blanked so I mumbled my way through it. I'm not happy with my performance in that interview.
It was the second interview for the job and the first went so well I was filled with confidence going in but the interview was a little off the wall and it through me and much of it was a haze where I didn't answer questions well, so I doubt I got through.
Anyway, to there response to my jittery and amateurish attempt at the question. The first interviewer gave a lengthy response and gave a good effort... Then the second interviewer looked down her glasses at me and said, "It basically answers that question in the job profile if you bothered to read it", :P
To be fair she did go on to answer it properly.
"You might want to hit that notification bell - BECAUSE" 8:17 HAHA!! Very good LOL!! I'm going to do it because you were so cheeky to include it and I liked your content, not BECAUSE of your silly explanation LOL!!!
I've been freelancing since 2011 and #3 is fantastic.
#4 is a given.
#5 asking so many questions does not seem natural. I'd just wait for the right opportunity and mention "I love salsa" and "do you want to go out dancing one night?" instead.
No offense but you seem kind of fake and manipulative.
Manipulation Is something I really don’t like, It’s hurtful, and just bad
I don’t think anyone In the entire world likes being manipulated.
I’ve seen your other videos and seeing you now makes you kind of fake.
Though I am gonna use this for small favors so thanks haha
By trying to plan out what you are going to say and having a script ready or questions and answers thought out, you are not being yourself but a carbon copy of what someone else thinks what you ought to be and how to live your life, to me, is false. I do understand the young man thinks he knows best as he must of read it somewhere but instead of being told how to be may have good intentions but the best thing to say and do is to BE YOURSELF.