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Learn How to Read Your Client’s Mind | Ep. 05

Think you can tell what your clients or potential clients are thinking and feeling?

According to my podversation guest, Juliana Schroeder, “Not a single piece of research supports that we have that ability.” Even though, I don’t agree with her theory, it was awesome going deep into the psychology of human behavior from analytical research perspective.

What you think is a hurt feeling on someone’s face may just be the bad burrito they ate for lunch.  Ooops!

Your success is so often dependent on your ability to give feedback effectively, communicate clearly and develop a connection quickly.  Today we learn how from a PhD candidate from University of Chicago.

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Here’s What to Expect in This Episode

  • Is language the best way to interpret the feelings of others?
  • What’s the best way to give feedback?
  • Is journaling a proven self-help technique?
  • How can talking to strangers up your game?
  • Can you tell when someone is lying?
  • How can you get better at business networking?
  • Why do groups pick out liars more easily than individuals?
  • What do extroverts and introverts have in common?
  • How do rituals increase performance outcomes?

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  1. It is really interesting to hear the part about facial expresions, it is complete opposite to what I have heard before. Really interesting episode.

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