What are some psychological tricks

5 psychological tricks to get people what they want

There are people who enter a room and win everyone over directly. With their charisma and charisma, they have the ability to employ others for their purposes within a very short time.

These people do not seem to have to make a great effort, but it happens quite naturally:

Success, recognition and respect only seem to flow to them.

In fact, that's exactly what it's not all that difficult to learn - even if you are not naturally charismatic.

A few psychological tricks are enough with which you can influence your environment in a subtle way - basically we humans are pretty simple in some areas and fall for the same things.

In his book “Die Karrieresau - Success is no coincidence”, the doctor, negotiation consultant, entrepreneur and bestselling author Adel Abdel-Latif reveals the tricks you can use to develop yourself into a magnet for people.

We talked to him and tell you his best tricks.

5 psychological tricks that will help successful people get what they want right away

5 psychological tricks that will help successful people get what they want right away

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This article was published by Business Insider in December 2019. It has now been reviewed and updated.