10 powerful psychology tricks to get what you want.
Sometimes it is difficult to control our actions. It’s not about emotional outbursts. It’s more about situations when someone tries to get in your head and make changes.
10. Sensationalism and urgency
An essential primitive need is the desire to be part of a larger community. This trick is used frequently by online hotel booking sites. This trick is used by many hotel booking websites.
9. Mixing facts and opinions
A manipulator’s primary task is to create an illusion that you are not aware of the manipulation and instead see it as a set. You can show your disdain by first demonstrating that the person is not a good worker. If the work is not done well, dismissal might be natural. It’s important not to get involved. You can evaluate your work performance by looking at it from the side.
8. Stereotype activation
Leo Tolstoy once wrote, “All happy family are alike; every unhappy family is unhappy to its own.” Stereotypes can be unconsciously projected into our lives if we are following them. This may be due to the primitive need to connect with others. If you ever feel like you want to be just like another person, consider where that need came from.
7. Don’t think. Believe!
The puppet master’s primary task is to erase a victim’s awareness and prevent it from being able to ask logical questions. Although you believe that you are in control of your decisions, it is an illusion. You can have any idea planted by the manipulator.
It is possible to avoid it by thinking about what might happen if you don’t reach these goals. It’s sad when you can’t meet your own needs. But, it’s not necessary to be concerned about the imposed ones.
6. Door-in-the-face technique
You can easily tug at someone’s feelings for guilt or favor in order to get what they want. They will be more inclined to accept a second, reasonable request than a larger one. You might feel obliged and happy if they help you.
This is where you should understand that when someone does you favor, a thanks may be sufficient. It doesn’t mean you have to return every good deed done.
5. Nontrivial vocabulary
Our opponent might feel inferior if we use specific terminology. Due to his incompetence, the opponent may feel uncomfortable. Quote famous people to shake his confidence. This will allow you to direct the conversation in any way you wish.
4. Method of fragmentation
You hide certain facts from your life and display others. Positive facts are more common across all aspects of your life. But, one particular fact taken outof context won’t reflect the whole picture.
You may be hurt by a manicurist accidentally moving your hand. While you’ll have a negative impression about the salon and the workers, that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re all bad.
3. Prior agreement
Sometimes, it’s impossible to weigh all the benefits and cons and so we decide to do something crazy. You have the right in every situation to say no or look for compromises. These are the tricks: “Man! You promised you’d help!” “I thought that I could trust you!” You don’t have to be ashamed of saying no and you shouldn’t feel guilty.
2. The Goebbels method
A good example is any advertisement. This is an example of how the main character would not want to meet this girl if he hadn’t seen her before. You shouldn’t allow them to manipulate you. Make sure that you are thoughtful about what you choose. You shouldn’t give in to the temptations of “Just because it’s my thing” and “I don’t understand how it got there”; these aren’t good enough.
1. Nonproductive arguments
Research has shown that the word “because” will improve the outcome of 60% of situations. It doesn’t make a difference what follows this key phrase, as long as it sounds reasonable. We are more inclined to agree with our adversaries.
Listen attentively to all the arguments because they are important.