30 Psychology Tricks That Work On EVERYONE!

30 Psychology Tricks That Work On EVERYONE!

30 Psychology Tricks That Work ON EVERYONE 30. Be taken more seriously- If you want people
to take your words more seriously, Every time you tell someone something, say that your
father taught you it because people tend to believe the advice of parents more than a
younger person. 29. Rock Paper Scissors Champion- If you want
to become a champion at rock, paper, scissors, right before playing the game, ask your opponent
a random question. Almost always the other person will be confused
and will throw out scissors without much thought. This distracts them from their original thought
on which move they were going to throw out, and they panic in distraction and just throw
out scissors. 28. The broccoli trick- If you want your kids
to eat broccoli try asking them if they want five or two stalks of broccoli instead of
asking them if they want broccoli. This way you’ve made up your mind and shows
them that they are having broccoli for lunch, but instead, they feel like they have made
their own decision. This same old trick can also work in other
situations as well. 27. Annoying song stuck in your head- If a song
is stuck in your head and you want to forget it, try thinking of the end of the song. Our brain tends to remember the things we’ve
left unfinished. So think of the end of that annoying song,
and you’ll be able to get it out of your head! This is your mind having a problem with leaving
things unfinished. 26. Get help- Your friend will most likely help
you carry something if you continue to talk to them while handing them a box or something
you need help with. Instead of asking them if they’ll help you
carry something, just keep talking while giving them something at the same time. If you’re busy talking to them while handing
it over, it keeps them distracted, and the majority of people won’t even notice you’re
handing them something and will take it. 25. Build Attraction- If you know you’re going
to shake someone’s hand, make sure your hands are warm enough. Warm hands give off the feeling of a friendly,
inviting atmosphere, while cold hands will trigger the opposite. 24. Insecurity- To make someone feel insecure,
look at their hairline while they speak. It will almost always make them feel uncomfortable. This is because not giving them eye contact
will make them feel like you don’t care about what they’re saying, and wonder if you’re
listening to them or not, as well as making them think something is on their face or their
hair because that is what you’re focusing on. 23. The laughing trick- When you’re in a group,
and everybody starts laughing about something, try to notice who is looking at you while
laughing. When people laugh, they tend to instinctively
look at the person they feel closest to, or want to feel close to. 22. Let them see how they look- For example, if
you work in customer service, try installing a mirror behind you. This way when people are talking to you or
checking out at a counter, they will automatically be nicer, because people feel less comfortable
being rude if they can see how they look. 21. Confrontation- An example of this would be,
if you’re in a meeting and you think someone is going to go off on you and start yelling
at you about something, purposely sit right next to them. It makes people feel incredibly awkward being
aggressive and talking bad about them when they’re so close. Nobody wants to sit right next to the person
they just talked bad about; it’s really uncomfortable for them, so they’ll be easier
on you! 20. Make the path- Do you ever wish the subway
station wasn’t so crowded in the morning or the streets weren’t filled with people
going in all directions while you’re in a hurry to get somewhere? A clever trick is to look forward in your
final destination and make eye contact with the people coming towards you. Once you do this, a walkway will open up. In crowded areas, people gauge where other
people are going by determining which way they’re looking. Then they can either join you in your direction
or get out of the way. 19. Stalk detector- I’m sure we’ve all had
an awkward moment when we’re in public, and you gaze up and look at someone, and they’re
already looking at you. This can be an uncomfortable feeling sometimes. If you think the person is stalking you, here’s
a way to figure it out without embarrassing the other person or yourself. Try yawning, and then look at the person. If they also yawned, there is a good chance
they were, in fact, staring at you. This works because yawning is contagious and
people can’t help but yawn after they see someone yawn first. 18. The Information Getter- Do you wish your partner
or friend would open up more to you? Try asking them a question, and if he or she
just partially answers your question, keep eye contact with them and keep quiet for a
few seconds. They will almost always continue talking and
end up saying more information. Because awkward silence makes most people
uncomfortable. 17. High Five- Next time while giving someone
a high five, look at their elbow, and you’ll never miss. This is kind of like a target for your brain. 16. Believable lies- If you want someone to believe
a lie you’re telling, just add an embarrassing detail about yourself. An example could be Instead of saying, “No
I wasn’t at Rick’s house, I was with Andrew the whole time.” Try saying, “No I haven’t been to Rick’s
house in so long. Last time I was there I made a fool of myself
and flooded the bathroom at a party and I don’t think his parents want me over there
for a while, so I hung out with Andrew instead.” This way people automatically believe that
you’re telling the truth because you’re willing to say something embarrassing about yourself
and you have details about why, and it sounds more believable. 15. Look into their eyes- Tell someone to look
right into your eyes and ask them to say they can’t stop looking. Ask them a random question like what they
had for lunch two days ago, and chances are they won’t be able to answer you. It’s tough to remember something without
moving your eyes. 14. Win The Game- If you’re playing a game against
someone and you want them to mess up so you can win, ask them how they’re playing so
well and they’ll start overthinking it and most likely mess up. 13. Number Patterns- If someone is busy concentrating
on counting something, and you want to make them mess up and lose count. Start saying a set of numbers in order instead
of just saying random numbers. This is because the brain naturally catches
onto patterns better than random sets of numbers. 12. The Taste Test- Try betting a family member
or friend that they can’t taste the difference between whole/two percent/one percent/or skim
milk, or some other combination of juice or food of your choice. Then blindfold them and have them start tasting
the milk. Now, replace the last cup of milk with orange
juice. The brain prepares the body for milk, but
when you suddenly taste orange juice instead, the acidity from the orange juice usually
causes a gag reflex and sometimes vomiting. 11. Keep Calm- If you ever find yourself in an
argument with someone, act much more peaceful than them. Let them raise their voice and get all worked
up, but remain calm and don’t raise your voice. The other person getting angry and yelling
can cause them to say something particularly irrational, and you can use that against them
later. 10. Whisper- When you whisper something to someone
it almost guarantees that they’ll whisper back, even if you’re in an environment where
you don’t need to be quiet. 9. Look Right To Left- When trying to find something,
look right to left instead of left to right like you normally would. You’re most likely going to miss things
because your eyes are so used to looking in one direction. When you switch it up and look in the opposite
direction, your eyes slow down, this allows you to have a better chance of finding what
you’re searching for. 8. Asking For Help- If you want help from other
people just start simply asking “I need your help.” People will most likely give in and really
assist you because they don’t want to feel guilty for not helping you out. People tend to avoid guilt whenever possible. 7. Chewing Gum- Scientists have discovered that
chewing gum increases memory. Chewing gum increases blood flow to the brain. If you chew gum at the same time as taking
a test, you’re more likely to score higher than people who don’t chew gum because it
helps your brain focus and concentrates better. 6. Nodding- When people nod while listening to
someone speak, they usually end up agreeing with the speaker. When someone nods in front of a person speaking,
the person who is talking, kind of like the same thing a parrot would do, will repeat
the same words over and over again. By doing this, nodding provokes listener’s
complete agreement possibly without even realizing it. 5. The Psychic- This one works best on kids. If you want to make your children or friends
think you have some psychic ability, catch them in the middle of doing something wrong,
and then turn and look away for a few seconds. While looking away, or facing your back to
them, call them out on whatever they’re doing. And they’ll be amazed at how you knew what
they were doing without looking right at them. 4. The E test- This one is simple, try asking
someone to draw an uppercase letter E on their forehead with their finger. And if they draw it so you can read it the
correct way, they’re doing what’s best for you and shows that they are an empathetic
person. If they draw it facing themselves, so it’s
harder for the reader to read, that means they are thinking of their self more than
the other person and aren’t as empathetic. 3. If someone isn’t your biggest fan- if you
think a person isn’t a fan of you for some reason, try to borrow something from them
like a pencil or pen. Even though that person doesn’t like you,
he or she will conclude in their mind that you are not such a “bad” person after
all. The more you’re willing to talk to people
and be nice, even if the two of you don’t like each other, the more likely they are
too warm up to you, and you could even eventually end up being friends. 2. Keep Eye Contact- Sometimes eye contact is
awkward and uncomfortable, especially with strangers. When you don’t look someone in the eyes,
it might come off that you’re not interested in what the person is saying. So here’s what you can you do when meeting
someone new, try remembering their eye color, This helps keep your mind off the intimacy
of locking eyes with someone you don’t know, while also looking interested. Make sure it’s not obvious and keep a smile
on your face! 1. Mirror Their Behavior- Mirroring is also known
as mimicry, some people do this naturally. People that naturally have this skill are
also considered chameleons; they try to blend into their environment by copying other people’s
movements, speech patterns, and mannerisms. This ability can also be used consciously
with some practice and is an excellent way to make yourself more likable. Researchers have studied mimicry and found
that people who had been mimicked were a lot more likely to act in your favor toward the
person who had copied their movements. Individuals who have had someone mimic their
behavior are actually more agreeable and nicer to other people in general. Mirroring someone’s behavior makes them
feel validated and has a positive outcome because it helps with self-esteem and confidence.

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  1. well hell kids are being taught to lie straight to your face and then laugh at you when you bust them, in children songs ……. "Johnnie! Johnie! ….Yes PaPa? Eating sugar? No!PaPa… Open your mouth!…..Ha!! Ha!!! Ha!!!!!!! so they grow up and make these videos….

  2. this was either obvious things that everyone knows already, and/or manipulative psychological tricks. This video will do far more damage than good.

  3. so adding an embarrassing moment makes a lie believable huh?
    no i didnt murder him lol last time i saw him was when i used his cat for a ritual and ate it lol’

  4. What if they talk to his parents and the house was never flooded, or their house suffered water damage and you get blamed and have to pay for it.

  5. You’re really freaking me out, because I naturally do every single thing you said, but I have no idea how or why I do them, I just do, and I always have ever since I was a kid. I’ve always been missed trusting of people, probably because before I was adopted I was bounced around from foster care to foster care, knowing that nobody truly gave a shit about me and just wanted the money, that’s how I started out in life. As a result, unfortunately, I’m a very pessimistic person, a very miss trusting person, because to be frank, most people aren’t worthy of trust, or respect, those are things at least to me, that must be earned, not just given. As a result, almost as a self-defence mechanism, I do all the things you’ve said in this list, plus a few extras, just to ascertain whom is trustworthy and who I should stay away from. I’ve gotten quite good at it over the years, and now that I’m 50, I can spot a phoney person within seconds, and avoid them like the plague!

  6. Shaking hands can sometimes be passive aggressive in my opinion. It shows more of a formal greeting than caring. This is only in a social setting.

  7. going to teacher with a mirror while she's screaming that we are the dumbest students :"BITCH LOOK THIS IS YOU, YOU ARE BAD"

  8. im not aloud to chew gum in school i legit dont see why i cant i want to make somebody insecure because the person will respect me and fear me at the same time

  9. How do you quickly warm your hands before shaking hands? lmao last I checked you don't have a huge timeframe before doing a handshake!

  10. I'm pretty sure the narrator was using #7 to help remember what to say. The smacking and clicking sounds she makes while talking made it very difficult for me to listen all the way through. It was very annoying and distracting . She may not have been chewing gum sometimes people make those types of sounds when they have dry mouth. Whatever the reason I'm sure it's not intentional but it makes my skin crawl.

  11. #24 mean af
    #16 honorable skill 2 promote🙄
    #13 mean af
    #12 mean af
    #11vindictive af
    #4 and #3 not true statements 4 all(u claim these tricks work on “everyone”, NOPE, disingenuous 2 say these two r true)

  12. If I fight with someone i always sit or stand next to, i do the same when im intimidating someone and I always look straight through them unless im speaking.

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