Make People Like You IMMEDIATELY with Psychological Tricks.

We found 9 Psychological Tricks we must follow to become that kind of person.

There are people who radiate such inexplicable magnetism that absolutely everyone reaches to them. They wish to be like them, win their friendship or approval. And the most curious thing is that it does not depend on the appearance of these people.

Amazing Psychology And Mind Tricks

1. Individual Image

You need a unique image. Even more, a totally exclusive detail. After all, your own original image is what makes strangers remember you. And we are not talking about beauty.

It sounds strange, but the singularity can be expressed even in ugliness and vulnerability. Any of your signature features – whether it’s a pace, gesture, facial expression, intonation, style of communication, or an item of clothing can make you memorable.

Here are some examples of details of famous people they are associated with:

  • Charlie Chaplin – mustache, suit, cane
  • Tilda Swinton – asexuality, no makeup
  • Winston Churchill – Fat Cigars
  • Joseph Stalin – mustache, pipe, accent
  • Adolf Hitler – original moustache shape, intonation
  • Dita Von Teese – The Image of the 1940s, Red Lipstick
  • Marilyn Monroe – hair color, mole
  • Salvador Dali – mustache, facial expressions

2. You Need A Big Dream

In order for people to approach and appreciate you as a truly unique personality, you must have a reason to exist. Ambitions, goals, a desire to change something in this world. Fight for something. Because a person without a dream is a book without an idea. Why would you read it?

3. Be Confident

To be charismatic, you must have confidence. Courageously make decisions, be able to rely only on yourself, don’t expect outside help, and explain your ideas to others in a way they understand.

People around you can feel your confidence not only in behavior but also in speech. It’s better to avoid phrases like “I think, I hope, I guess, I expect, maybe, probably.”

4. Forget About Complaints

Could you admire and want to be like a person who always complains? Of course not. Charismatic people have a positive mindset. Avoid criticism, complaints, and negative issues. Even if not everything is good in your life, start a conversation that brings you pleasure and does the same to your listeners.

5. Use Body Gestures

Your behavior must demonstrate your confidence: do not bend over, do not tempt with objects or parts of your body, try to smile more frequently, look the person in the eye, and avoid closed postures.

In general, when you appear in public, act and feel like a celebrity on the red carpet.

6. Become A Great Storyteller

Many people believe that the ability to make almost all stories interesting is a talent.

But this is not always the case. Mainly, it is a skill that can be learned. Just speak with confidence. Use humor, especially self-irony: the ability to laugh at yourself. Don’t forget body language, be emotional and positive. Don’t worry if not all your stories and jokes “work”.

Tell your personal stories. After hearing something really interesting, people will share it with others.

7. Don’t Look Away

When you talk to someone, always look them in the eye. Sometimes a penetrating glance can say more than a thousand words. Eye contact shows that you are listening to your caller and that you understand and accept them as a person.

Most importantly, when you’re talking to someone at an event, don’t be distracted by strange things. Do not look at your cell phone or the crowd as it may seem like you are looking for a more “proper” interlocutor.

8. Learn To Listen To Others

There is no need to consider yourself the most important person in the world. A genuine interest in other people’s lives can make people love you more because listening to people is a true art. If you listen carefully to the other person and show interest in their conversation, you will begin to feel necessary and even special.

Obviously, you cannot remember everything your interlocutor said to you, but remembering the name is a big problem. Here is an interesting trick. When a person introduces himself, repeat the name: “Mike, nice to meet you.” And if you want people to remember you, use the same trick with your name: “Hi, I’m Susan. Susan Jones.”

 

READ MORE: Why are genius people so many Intellectually humble?

 

9. Use The Mirror Effect

The mirror effect, or simply mirroring, is an easy way to create someone like you by repeating their facial expressions, intonations, and gestures. It always works because the method is based on the nature of human narcissism: an interlocutor, unconsciously, begins to feel that you are synchronized with them.

You can also use this trick to adopt other people’s unique characteristics. For example, some famous people who seem charismatic to you. See how they are presented, as this can help you feel more secure. You can find a detailed analysis of such examples on the video channel “Charisma on Command”.

The most interesting traits of intelligent people, and why?

Psychologists and other experts have come up with many ways of looking at human intelligence.

You’ve probably heard of IQ (intelligence quotient) tests. These assessments are specifically designed to measure aptitude and ability.

Many experts believe a single test can’t give a clear picture of intelligence, in part because there are multiple types of intelligence to consider.

One popular theory, introduced by psychologist and professor Howard Gardner, suggests nine different types of intelligence exist.

Wondering how intelligence shows up for you? Here’s a look at 11 signs of varying types of intelligence.

  

1. You can’t pull them into humdrum storms, chit chat and small talk. They get bored with that and even loathe them. Start an interesting topic and they will dive in as if they had always been there.

2. They don’t waste time doing superficial, uninteresting, usual, common things that don’t benefit them in the long run, whether at work or at meetings, discussions, debates or even fights. They know when to lose in order to gain later or lose less in order to gain more. Their calculation is unnerving and not always obvious.

3. They will gladly let you be wrong if they think correcting you is not beneficial in any way. So if one is asking for casual advice the intelligent will usually say very little or nothing at all.

4. They have different and sometimes (well, most of the times) weird opinion/ ideas and questions that can unsettle most people and even irritate them.

5. They are hazardous for teamwork and more hated than respected for their singularity. If you are intelligent and highly respected- you must be a top gun.

6. Watch out. They usually break rules, try to make their own rules, and will question authority, systems, governing bodies.

7. They have two personalities: one for general people so they don’t appear as snobs, the other (the real one) for those people and situations where they can afford to speak their mind.

8. They cannot handle common boring mundane stuff and they cannot understand how others can actually handle it with pleasure and without complaints.

9. No matter what they do, whether eating, bathing, walking, watching TV, their minds are always at work trying to figure out the greater questions that may or may not have to do with worldly success at all. Their brains are always on the run.

10. One may watch a movie and can’t get past how terribly hot the actress looked; they will be thinking about the abstract plot of the film, raising questions from the story and finding its answers. One may admire a monument, while they will be wondering over the significance of the monument and how it may have affected people in past times.

11. They like to answer the Hows and Whys, rather than be awed by the finished product. Sometimes for no other reason than to connect and appreciate the works of another intelligent mind that put just as much intelligence and thought into their project. Some might take this to mean intelligent people dislike other people in general or have few friends, but here’s another take: Both introversion and intelligence typically involve spending time in your own head, where you might reflect on problems, brainstorm new ideas, and mull over past experiences.

This doesn’t necessarily mean people who choose canine companions are less intelligent. These findings simply offer some insight into how your unique abilities might guide your pet preference.

Certain traits associated with dog people, like extroversion, might even suggest higher interpersonal intelligence.

There are plenty of ways to look at intelligence, but most experts recognize that it goes well beyond book smarts.

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