Psychological Tricks That Can Make Your Life Much EasierCommunicating and dealing with people can be difficult for everyone at one time or another. Whether it's work or pleasure, it's important to learn these psychological tips to make things go much easier. They should not be confused with ways of maliciously manipulating others to get what you want, but simply to improve overall communication and relationships with others.

1. Look in someone's eyes when you get an unsatisfactory response.

Sometimes we don't like the answer to a question we receive and sometimes we don't understand it. Instead of repeating the question or asking another, look into the person's eyes. This will make the person pressured or cornered, which will force them to further elaborate their thoughts.

2. Stay calm when someone raises their voice at you.

Make a big effort to stay calm. When a loudmouth acts, it's usually angry, and our behaviors can sometimes cause this unintentionally. Feelings of anger usually subside quickly and guilt sets in and that person is usually the first to ask for forgiveness.

3. Sit close to the abuser to avoid attacks

If you are heading into a meeting and know that you will be in the room with an aggressive person, you know that the discussion can get heated or that you can be subject to negative criticism, wowessay about this, be sure to sit next to you. that person. You may feel uncomfortable and uncomfortable, but you won't be the only one. Proximity has been known to make people uncomfortable, which will reduce the level of aggression they plan on exercising.

4. Remember everyone's names if you want to be popular.

If you want to be popular with your peers and colleagues, get into the habit of starting to call people by their first names when you talk to them. A person instantly feels special when you call them by their first name.

5. Write down your thoughts when you feel stressed or anxious
We all experience some level of mental stress or anxiety at some point. Write your thoughts in a journal and close it. Believe it or not, it will be easier for you to focus on your work because you have now shared your thoughts with someone. When you share them then you will feel the burden on your mind reduced.

6. Give yourself less choice when you can't make a decision

Some people think it is better to have more choices and more information and in fact, they prefer to have more. However, having too many of them is actually crippling. There is some evidence which shows that having four options at once is the maximum number we can consider and still make a choice. In order to be an effective decision maker, you should only give yourself a few options at a time. This will give you time to consider each of them while still leaving you enough space in between looking for a new set of options.

7. Good posture can build confidence

This psychological trick applies to both work and pleasure. It can dramatically improve your love life and help you move up the ranks at work. How can you become confident you ask? The best way to do this is through your posture. If you allow yourself to take up more space, you are more likely to feel more confident. This is called power language.

8. A sure way to save in "rock, paper, scissors"

This one is really intriguing. When you are about to play this famous game, ask your opponent a random question right beforehand. This will usually annoy your confused opponent and more often than not they will throw 'scissors'.

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