When it comes to life hacks, the most well known are the one around the kitchen, clothing and home. There are not so much deep psychology hacks that can improve social status and relationships between people. Because of this we collected list of top 15 psychology hacks that will pick up the brain of the people around you and raise your social status. Check them out one by one and as always please write us bellow in comments if you are familiar with more of them…
When a group of people laughs, people instinctively look toward the group members they feel closest to (or want to feel closest to)
Take a peek at people’s feet when they’re talking to you: if their feet are pointed away from you, the person you’re talking to wants the conversation to end.
When you’re on a first date, take your date somewhere exciting: They’ll associate you with that thrilling feeling.
Try to notice someone’s eye color when you meet them. People will like you more for the slightly increased eye-contract.
If you work in customer service, put a mirror behind you. Customers will be nicer because nobody wants to see themselves being…
Most people can’t tell the difference between brilliance and confidence. If you seem like you know what you’re doing people tend to rally around you.
if you’re in a group meeting and expect someone to take you to task, sit right next to them. They’ll lose the pack mentality that makes them feel safe to attack you. At the very least, they’ll mitigate their meanness.
Many physical effects of stress are the same as those of exhilaration (e.g. heavy breathing, speeding heath, etc.) If you reframe your threatening situation as a challenging one, your stress will become exhilaration.
Door-in-the-face: People are also more likely to agree to a smaller favor if they deny a larger one or two first.
If you make yourself be really happy and excited to see other people, the next time they see you, they’ll probably be a lot happier and more excited about it (dogs do this trick to us all the time)
Before interviews, imagine yourself as old friends with your interviewers. You’re in charge of the way you perceive your situation, and your comfort will be infectious.
Don’t say or wrte, “I think” or ” I believe” It’s implied anyway, aid it sound unconfined.
Emotional expressions are one way to cause emotions. If you want to feel happy, smile as wide as you can.
If you ask someone a question and they on;y give you a partial answer, maintain eyecontact and stay silent. The answerer will usually assume the original answer wasn’t good enough, and they’ll keep talking.
If somebody is angry at you and you stay calm, they’ll probably get angrier, but they’ll be ashamed at themselves later.
Chew gum or eat food if you’re doing something that would normally make you feel nervous. It tricks a primal part of your brain into thinking you couldn’t be in danger because you’re eating.