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Episode 61  |  41:45 min

Turning on The Like Switch

Episode 61  |  41:45 min  |  12.10.2018

Turning on The Like Switch

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This is a podcast episode titled, Turning on The Like Switch. The summary for this episode is: <p>How can we create situations to elicit more information from someone where they don't even realize they're giving away that information? For the longest time, that was Jack Schafer's job at the FBI as a behavioral analyst.</p> <p>Through years of experience turning foreign agents into informants he was able to build up a very unique skill set. Through the use of certain behavioral techniques and cues, Jack teaches us how to gain and leverage trust to our benefit.</p><p>ALL SHOW NOTES AND LINKS AT: negotiations.ninja/podcast</p>

How can we create situations to elicit more information from someone where they don't even realize they're giving away that information? For the longest time, that was Jack Schafer's job at the FBI as a behavioral analyst.

Through years of experience turning foreign agents into informants he was able to build up a very unique skill set. Through the use of certain behavioral techniques and cues, Jack teaches us how to gain and leverage trust to our benefit.

ALL SHOW NOTES AND LINKS AT: negotiations.ninja/podcast

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