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How To Use Flattery to Influence People

Business Flattery

We are all familiar with the warm, pleasant feeling that comes with receiving a genuine compliment. When someone recognises something about us that deserves to be praised it makes us feel good about ourselves and it gives us that much-needed burst of confidence.

For the most part, we can tell the difference between a genuine compliment and one that is somewhat less sincere; and if we recognise the insincerity of a compliment, we won’t to respond to it positively—right?

Compliments can serve a strategic purpose, but are they effective if they are not based in sincerity? 

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Don’t treat me the way you’d like to be treated!

Understanding your audience is important for selling anything. Presentation skills training helps you do that.

Understanding your audience is important for selling anything. Presentation skills training helps you do that.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When we were young, our parents told us to treat each other in the way we would like to be treated. It made sense. In essence it was about being nice to each other.

But I don’t think that works well as adults. (We should still be nice to each other, but in a different way.)

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