Mind & Body

How To Convince Others To Do What You Want

Lynne Franklin, author of "Getting Others To Do What You Want," explains the psychology of persuasion on this episode of the Curiosity Podcast. As a consultant to executives and teams on persuasive communication, she studies how the brain affects our choices and behavior to help people solve their problems and get what they want.

To learn how to become a more persuasive communicator, stream or download the podcast using the player below, or find the episode everywhere podcasts are found, including iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud, and Gretta.

Convince Me

Lynne Franklin discusses:

  • The traditional VAK (Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic) model.
  • The "Persuasion Cycle" and how it can help you convince someone to listen to you, even if that person is initially resistant.
  • Why some people have a hard time remembering names, and a trick for remembering a person's name when you've just met.
  • What causes buyer's remorse and how to avoid letting it happen to you.

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About the Curiosity Podcast: Curiosity makes you smarter – and so will this podcast. Each episode features experts in every field who explain why their knowledge is important and why you should care. Developed as an audio companion to the existing Curiosity experience, you'll learn about your brain and your body, outer space and the depths of the sea, how history shaped the world into what it is today, and more. From the largest galaxies to your smallest brain cells, hosts Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer will share their curiosity to help you understand the world better.

Written by Cody Gough November 28, 2017