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Reading Your Opponent - Cleverly Use It to Be Happy

Have you ever been in the situation in which you suspected a person you are dealing with yet could not find a foundation to disclose his or her crime? Have you ever wanted to be able to read someone's mind so as not to fall prey to their taking advantage of you while struggling, but failing, to figure out the way? To resolve the aforementioned problems, many people rely on intuition to deal with them in the manner of "judging a man by his looks". However, if you deal with these problems based only on your personal intuition, you are more likely to misunderstand them and harm yourself.



According to some intense research studies, eventually, the psychologists have found a method to enable people to rationally read the minds of others. It is the result of a combination of natural ability to predict based on intuition and techniques of observation, analysis, and conclusion named S.N.A.P.

According to the research studies, the first point is that you set out "contradictory facts" to the opponent by telling them what you have known about their fraudulent action and adding several details which you ensure they know to be false. You do so simply because you know that normally a fraud tends to mislead others by clinging to absurd details that they know for sure.

The second point to read others is to look for "advice" from the suspects themselves. When you suspect someone, ask for his or her advice on the suspected issue. If they appear natural and happy to get involved in the discussion on the suspected story, you might have misunderstood them. Yet, if they are intentionally keeping something from you, it is different. They will have odd expressions if being asked to hit their "black heart", and just with a little sharp-witted observation, you will know their ulterior motive.

The third point of this method is "attention". You can imagine this point through the following example. If you suspect that your housemaid put a set of your precious flower vases in pawn at a pawnshop, give her a list with several shop names on it, including the name of the pawnshop which is keeping the items you are looking for, and ask her to go to those shops for investigation. As an instinctive reflex, a person who did something wrong will pay longer attention to the name of the shop where he or she put the items in pawn.

The fourth point is "to take advantage of a fraud's characteristic" that is always making effort to prove their innocence. To deal with this matter, there is the only one solution that everyone has known. Ask the suspect how they would resolve the problem. Most of frauds will find out the way to prevaricate the solutions which is not much effective.

The fifth point named "manifestation" recommended based on a scientific research. According to the research, it is known that people tend to remove all connections related to what they are hiding without knowing that this only serves to make them look more suspicious.

The last point is "self-confidence and pressure". Generally, a person who hides nothing from others and does not do anything wrong would be very comfortable and self-confident in any smallest actions. Nevertheless, a person who is deceitful and afraid that others would know their fraud is always under tremendous pressure.

To read others' thoughts is always a desire of many people, and the above mentioned method, if regularly applied, will be very helpful in life and career, contribute to people's success and defend themselves from being taken advantage of. However, it would be really tiresome when we always have to observe, analyze, and lose trust in everyone because we are always in a state of doubting and reading the minds of others. Give yourself an opportunity to listen to, tolerate, and trust in those around you.

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