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23 clever tricks from psychology that you can use in your daily life to control your relationships with others 1

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23 clever tricks from psychology that you can use in your daily life to control your relationships with others 1- Ladies, wear red. According to a study conducted at the University of Rochester in New York, a man tends to spend more money with a woman if they go out together and she is wearing red. 2- Go to the manager with solutions instead of problems: All employees bring problems and few bring solutions. Try to present to the manager with solutions instead of problems and he will notice you well and reward you as well. 3- Try silence: If someone responds to your question with a bad response, try to be silent and look directly into his eyes while he is talking, he will feel difficult to continue talking and will be silent. advertisements 4- Make people think they love you You can use the Ben Franklin Effect which states (A person who has done you a favor is more willing to do another favor to you than a person who has done you a favor.) So when you ask someone a favor and they do it for you, they will think they love you because they did it For you this effect is known as the Ben Franklin effect. 5- Mention the names of people often. Most of the most charming characters have a habit of using your name a lot while talking to you. So try to mention the name of the person you talk to often, it will make them love you more. 6- Learn by teaching: One of the best ways to learn and increase academic achievement is learning by teaching, a method used by a French professor ...
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