1. aguidetodeduction:

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  2. aguidetodeduction:

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  3. aguidetomanipulation:

For example:
-Using no hand gestures can be perceived as indifference
-Keeping your hands hidden can lead to a lack of trust
-Hands open, palms up at a 45-degree angle communicates honesty and openness

-Hands open, palms down communicates certainty

-Hands open, palms at a 90-degree angle communicates expertise

Be aware of the gestures you make and what messages they convey. The smallest things can make or break a successful manipulation.
JM

    aguidetomanipulation:

    For example:

    -Using no hand gestures can be perceived as indifference

    -Keeping your hands hidden can lead to a lack of trust

    -Hands open, palms up at a 45-degree angle communicates honesty and openness

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    -Hands open, palms down communicates certainty

    • image

    -Hands open, palms at a 90-degree angle communicates expertise

    • image

    Be aware of the gestures you make and what messages they convey. The smallest things can make or break a successful manipulation.

    JM

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  4. aguidetomanipulation:

"Opening with hesitation or an apology gives the responder an inclination to help. Reward them with a smile and relax your posture and muscles to appear relieved once they comply. Showing occasional vulnerability gains trust, used too often, and like anything it will lose its potency."
Suggested by Anonymous.

    aguidetomanipulation:

    "Opening with hesitation or an apology gives the responder an inclination to help. Reward them with a smile and relax your posture and muscles to appear relieved once they comply. Showing occasional vulnerability gains trust, used too often, and like anything it will lose its potency."

    Suggested by Anonymous.

    4 weeks ago  /  162 notes  /  Source: aguidetomanipulation

  5. aguidetomanipulation:

Consider the Serial Position Effect. Particularly helpful if you want to encourage memory of a particular detail, or hide something in a list of items, but keep in mind: items that ‘stick out’ in a list are most likely to be remembered (Von Restoff Effect).
JM

    aguidetomanipulation:

    Consider the Serial Position Effect. Particularly helpful if you want to encourage memory of a particular detail, or hide something in a list of items, but keep in mind: items that ‘stick out’ in a list are most likely to be remembered (Von Restoff Effect).

    JM

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  6. fav character: [kills someone]

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  7. claraoswin:

    on the one hand i want to change my url but on the other how do i change my url

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  9. Me: I'll sleep early tonight and get a good 8 hours

    Me: *watches entire season of tv show*

    Me: *reads every book i own*

    Me: *goes on quest to find the holy grail*

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