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☑ 15 steps to catch any liar
☑ Lie detection - how to spot a liar
☑ How to read facial expressions
☑ Never be fooled again - in business and in private life
How many times have you been lied to today?
Statistics on lie detection reveal the truth: on average, we all get lied to about 10 times per day! It's time to realize who is lying to our face without us realizing it. Its a crucial skill in business and our personal life as well. Without this skill, we chose to date cheaters, go into business with fraudsters and even end up losing our faith in humanity.
But it does not have to be that way: modern social science sheds light on one of the most crucial areas of human existence: The question whom we can trust and whom we cannot.
Being able to know when you are being lied to can save you from having a very bad time in your professional and personal life, especially when the person lying to you occupies a special part of your life. To be able to spot when someone is telling the truth is an important life skill especially when you find out that there are so many techniques used and you didn't even know they existed. In this course you will realise that you don't need to be a detective or an FBI agent to be able to catch a liar.
In this lie detection course you are going to learn
How to catch any liar
How to detect lies by looking them in the face and eyes
Body language of a liar
Discomfort indicating body postures
Fillers and other ways to say a whole lot of nothing
Make a liar retell a story
A liars facial expressions
Their eyes - mirror to the soul
A person's eyes can often give away the complete picture of what a person is thinking - but you need to be able to understand the science behind eye movement and what it means to be able to accurately spot a liar or a fraudster. In addition, Paul Ekman’s research has isolated nine facial indicators as reliable clues to deception —which anyone can spot if they know how to look for them.
Furthermore, body postures and a persons statement structure can add additional deceptive quality to the liar. Elements like fatigue, stress, hunger, concern about getting home on time—can affect how someone expresses himself.
Finally, verbal leaks are the mistakes people make when they expend so much cognitive energy on maintaining their lies that their brains have trouble keeping track of what they’re saying. “Ums” and “ahs,” inconsistent grammatical choices, and many other errors fall into this category.
The stakes are high. Being tricked by liars can destroy our lifes. Let's catch the liars and eliminate them from our life.
Definition of a lie
Introduction - Bill Clinton
Was A-Rod doping
15 Steps to Develop Mental Toughness
FBI strategy intro
1. Build rapport "Good cop"
2. Ask neutral questions
3. Find the hot spot
4. Body language
5. Observe micro-expressions
6. Listen to tone and sentence structure
7. Surprise them
8. Listen more than you speak
9. Pay attention to how they say "No."
10. Distancing language
11. Changes in behavior
12. Ask for the story backward
13. Beware of compliments
14. Ask follow-up questions
15. Intuit the gaps
The FBI method summary
15 steps to follow in an interview
Body language related "alarm bells"
Their overall body language
Their eyes - mirror of the soul?
Their facial expressions
Recognizing a fake smile
Play good cop, bad cop
Their upper body
Can lips secretly reveal the truth?
Additional body language signs
Straight from the gut
What they are not saying
Why the movie Pinocchio says it all
How words and their context matter
Some liars say nothing, others too much
The Bill Clinton effect or how not to distance oneself when lying
Painting a gloomy picture - Euphemism liars
Saying so much of nothing
"I swear to god" liars
The case of Ryan Braun
Verbal cues of Deception
Verbal "alarm bells"
Verbal alarm bells
Bill Clinton' specific denial
"Specific truth" liar
Quick tip questions
Tonalities of a liar
The Freudian slip
Final touches for liespotting
Their attitude might say it all
Hear the story again and again
Spoting the liar mastery exam
Good course. It was engaging throughout and the information was presented in a way that made it simple to understand.
The quality of the videos is incredibly good and the investigation and series of Inspector House is super entertaining, exciting and the best thing is to be able to follow the investigation and learn at the same time. Thank you for such a well done course Stefan!