8 Powerful Psychological Tricks Everyone Should Know

Brooklyn Simmons

The Foot-in-the-Door Technique

Start with a small request and then gradually escalate to a larger one.

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Social Proof

People tend to look at others to determine how to act, so highlighting social proof can influence behavior.

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When you do something nice for someone, they often feel obligated to return the favor.

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People heavily rely on the first piece of information they receive when making decisions.

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Creating a sense of limited availability can increase the perceived value of a product or opportunity.

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The way information is presented can significantly impact how people perceive and interpret it.

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People are more influenced by figures of authority or experts in a particular domain.

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People have a natural tendency to imitate the behavior and body language of others.

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