In it, Henrik shares some of the secrets of nonverbal communication and relationship-building. Henrik is a geek. Having no social skills as a kid, he wondered how to improve his people skills. And he figured it out.
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In it, Henrik shares some of the secrets of nonverbal communication and relationship-building. Henrik is a geek. Having no social skills as a kid, he wondered how to improve his people skills. And he figured it out. Here are a few quick insights from our chat. Relationships and social interactions are everything. Henrik agrees. When it comes to getting what you want in life, other people play a large part. Making and cultivating good relationships is one of the most important skills there is.
That should be your top priority. For you, the latest sports scores may be the most important thing in your reality. Know their reality and you can meet them there. Do they prefer in-person or electronic communication? Do they text? Do they post? Do they email? Do they call? Do they meet in person? You need to learn their style and adapt to them. People like themselves. People also like you, to the extent that you remind them of themselves.
So when you meet someone, get them to like you by finding ways in which you remind them of themselves. But enough about me. What do you think of me? Bette Midler, Beaches One easy way to do that is to adopt similar nonverbal behavior. You can mirror their body posture, use their gestures, and match the tempo of their voice. And they like them. Test for rapport. You got into rapport by finding similarities, now introduce a difference.
Change your body posture. Adjust your voice. People connect their feelings to the people they interact with. So make an effort to get them in a good mood. Ask about fond memories. Emphasize the positive. Use a unique tone of voice. For the full interview with Henrik, tune in to the podcast above, where we go into all these topics in greater depth. And you never know—after listening, you just might be reading minds and forging connections like a pro. Learn more at SteverRobbins.
The Art of Reading Minds: How to Understand and Influence Others Without Them Noticing
Henrik Fexeus at Jack Reacher premiere The TV host[ edit ] Fexeus television appearances often deal with the same psychological topics as his books. He has appeared in both his own programs and already established program formats. This was his first major public appearance along with the book The art of reading minds the same year. In Mind Storm, Henrik performed psychological experiments on people who were often not aware that they were participating in an experiment. These experiments formed the basis for a further discussion of human behavior with different psychological experts.
The Art of Reading Minds with Henrik Fexeus
Listeners will learn methods for understanding nonverbal communication and increasing their powers of persuasion. An international bestseller read by an experienced Earphones Award—winning narrator! Would you like to network like a pro, persuade your boss to give you that promotion, and finally become the life of every party? This international best seller teaches you everything you need to know in order to become an expert at mind-reading. Using psychology-based skills such as Show more How would you like to know what the people around you are thinking?
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