18 Burst results for "Vanessa Van Edwards"

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

07:44 min | 5 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Into the shark tank to pitch their business idea to a panel of sharks or investors and these investors than pick their favourite ideas to invest their money. What i love about this show is very interesting. Look at how to sell ideas to very interesting. Look at charisma. My team and i wanted to know where their patterns. Why is it that some people walk into that shark tank and you instantly wanna get to know them and you instantly wanna hear idea and they get tons of bites from the sharks whereas other entrepreneurs with pretty good ideas walk in and you think ana this isn't going to be a good one and all the sharks drought one by one. They don't get any deal. I wanted to know if there was different patterns so partnered with my research partner. Jose and we watched four hundred. Ninety five pitches on shark tank. Four hundred ninety five is on shark tank. And my research partner jose peanut coded all hundred ninety five pitches. We were looking for patterns. We wanted to know why there were differences so wheel to everything from hand gestures to gender to the color clothes that we wore to how they walk into. The tank be clocked the amount of second smiling. We'll it's verbal constant of the pitch and we found patterns. See here's what we found. What was the biggest difference little test here so thinking about what you think. The answer is here. What do you had the greatest effect on the success of an entrepreneur. Was it a color of close. Be interactivity of the pitch see edible products d. Getting the sharks to laugh. Do you think about that. So we found the biggest difference between the most successful pitchers on at least a couple of pitchers was be interactively of the pitch. In fact splits my mind. Eighty one percent of successful deals had some kind of interaction why what was happening there. I wanna break this down from human behavior perspective. Watch this if you look at the shark tanks. This is an image of shark tank. You can actually measure out the four proximity zone of the four space owns on the ground so when a pitcher i walks in. They start in the public zone. They start all the way from the end of the hallway. They walk in and they're in the public system. Then as they start their pitch. They're in the social zone. They're kinda talking. Then as the interactivity increases as they do demos as they hand the sharks items they go into the intimate and you'll notice the pitches. Get a lot better as soon as an entrepreneur closes the space gap. So when on per will say here some great trail. Mix for your hair. You wanna try that okay great. Thanks and have laurie here. Have a really cool sticky ball. You're you want to try. And they vary very slowly enter into the sharks intimate zone just for a second with permission. What that does for the brain that the rules about how this happened is the shirks go while they slowly moved from public to social too personal to now. We're getting to know each other and you'll notice if you watch that that's when the deals take a turn the pictures that don't have interactivity. They never get the intimacy. They never build the charisma and that's because they never leave the social zone. It's like the sharks can't get a real bite and that's because it's very hard to bond with someone when they're five feet away it doesn't matter how great their pitches. It is really hard to connect with someone. When they're over five feet away from a human behavior perspective we think will be like someone we let them closer. The second reasons space is the first reason why i think interactivity worked so on shark tank. The second reason is extremely important for us and it has to do with a little chemical called oxytocin so the moment that we physically touch we produce a chemical called oxytocin. I love oxytocin so much. I have it on my wall. I just love these chemicals. And that's because oxytocin is the chemical feeling of connection it makes us feel the warm and fuzzies. It makes us feel trust. Have you ever been with someone. Felt like this person gets me. We just click. I really like her. She makes me feel good. That's actually oxytocin course in your bloodstream. And i'm still a very complicated chemical but for our purposes social interactions the moment we handshake or cheek kiss or fist-bump or high five or hug we get a burst of the chemical that we need to connect. What do we do on video. So this is my biggest concern. I thought my gosh all these video calls. How am i going to get oxytocin. What am i gonna do that oxytocin. So don't worry we have an answer here. So oxytocin is a neurotransmitter that helps us feel connected. They'll close to others. It also makes us more memorable so we have oxytocin interaction. Were more likely to remember the interaction because we liked to be around people who make us feel calm collected and connected we like people who give us a burst of oxytocin. 'cause we think yeah i'm heard and seen a valued i'm felt some really fascinating science a have to show you here so this is actually my living so mind blowing. So i'm a recovering offer person as was mentioned instruction so i struggle with some social anxiety and so i didn't realize that oxytocin is the antidote to anxiety. Here's what they found. Oxytocin does when it's in our bodies the moment we have oxytocin through a handshake or a high five. We immediately increase trust but also increases social cognition. Social cognition is a magical skill. So so cognition is your ability to communicate. It's your ability to rate emotions. So if you want to go on a date going to pitch on an interview negotiation and you want to be able to read the room read the prisoner with understand what they're thinking and feeling the chemical oxytocin literally makes you better reading vases. They found that when they give people nasal sprays of oxytocin. Yes you can actually be a little nasal spray boxy toasted. I wouldn't recommend it. Make sure you do it in the lab. When they gave people a nasal spray oxytocin. They were more accurate at reading facial expressions so that handshake that she is at high. Five is essential for your ability to communicate better. The next thing they found. Is that the more oxytocin. that's of your bloodstream. The less anxiety you have less social stress. You have and for someone like me any my introverts and even my recovering awkward people. Anyone struggling with social anxiety. We need this chemical. It's like a little superpower for our interactions. Here's the best part. This is the best oxytocin is not just from touch. It's also from eye contact so not only does a hand sugar high five presents oxytocin but every second that you and i are making eye contact and yes even through a webcam. Researchers have found that produced oxytocin. They have found the more amount of time that i look right. You right at the camera. i'm gifting you oxytocin. Hopefully making you feel good you for the woman fuzzies. So the greetings is we don't have to be in person get this oxytocin. But just like in person we have to harvest it. We have to seek it so the next thing i want you to think about is how in your online interactions can. You create oxytocin. Oxytocin is the key to video burnout. It's the key to giving energy. 'cause we feel pump oxy chosen. I'm hoping you're gonna leave this call. Be like yeah feeling good. I'm feeling i want you to be hyped up on that oxygen. It's a free chemical that we can create for ourselves so gives energy so easiest thing is make sure to look here not here so i have my whole set up my whole rig so that i'm delivering a right to you. Red eye contact nine..

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

07:30 min | 5 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Talking about one of my favorite topics charisma and not just being charismatic in person but being charismatic digitally and luckily. Don't worry all the tips to share with you. You can use both online and offline. i don't know about you. But i've spent a lot of the last sixteen months or so in back to back to back to back to back to back. Video calls just like zoom meetings. For as far as the. I could see on my calendar. And if i could sum this up in one word i would sign up rate here. Which is this is how. I felt at the very beginning of my endless video calls. This is picture of my daughter on her second. Day of virtual preschool. She had devised a little clever technique where she just went to sleep so as soon as video camera went on she just put her head down and went to sleep. Here's the good news very clever by the way very clever way together virgil preschool. Not all video calls have to feel like this. My mission today is to help you get more energy from your virtual interactions. In fact i think that what we don't realize is that virtual interactions are not simply a replacement for in person. That's the mistake that we often make as we think. Oh an in person or action is going to be the same on video just digital but what we found is that digital interactions drain us faster so for all my introverts watching and you wonder gosh why am i so tired at the end of the day after all these video calls. I don't have any energy for them. It's because video calls take a certain amount of stamina and actually in a way can be different or harder than in person. So here's my mission. My mission is how can we make our virtual engagements energy giving not energy draining. So i want to make it so that we actually look forward to our video calls. 'cause we have some tools and tactics that we can use but also i wanna make sure that we're getting energy from our virtual engagements and we can do this with our chemistry so stick with me here. If you're not a chemistry present many convince you today. We're gonna talk about what happens behind the scenes in our body. Why does video calls us differently than in person. And how can we begin to understand. Human behavior leverage human behavior to hopefully make it to the video calls give us energy so here is the very first thing. I want us to think about a lot of the times when we approach video calls. We think that they have different rules in person. Right for example. If i'm gonna video call. I don't have to wear pants right if i'm gonna video call. I can wear slippers. If i'm gonna video call. It can look cute from here up but horrible from here down. today i wore a jumpsuit. Because then i didn't have to wear pants so we tend to think of different rules for almoner actions but actually when it comes to hearing behavior. We're better off. Thinking of the same rules were better off using the same rules that we use in person on video when we don't that's when we get into trouble. Here's what i mean. What most of us don't realize is that all humans across genders and races use spatial boundaries. Most people use four different spatial zones. So when we're in person where more interacting environment we use these space rules to gauge intimacy so for example the very first space zone is called the intimate zone so the intimate zone zero to eighteen inches from us so zero eight inches about this far. So if you're this close to me we have to be pretty comfortable right. If you're this close to me we're gonna hug we're gonna cheek kiss. I have to be comfortable with you next zone. The next zone is called the personal zones. The personal zone is a foot and a half to five feet are by the way. These ranges are a little different based on culture. So that's why they're they're sort of degree into so it's about eight inches net about a foot and a half to five in the personal zone. That's where we like to talk. People that's related to have. Our friendship is related to have biz engagements. Here's the problem. Most people get on video call and they all start like this. This looks familiar okay. We're going to pretend that we're gonna be together any tola. Can you see me. can you hear. Oh oh ohi. That look familiar. The that ever happened to you. So here's what happens when you are accidentally in someone's intimate zone so when i start like this can you hear me. Can you see me. can you hear me. you're like whoa vanessa. Whoa back it up. I know i'm sorry that was too intimate. And so all of sudden in our first impression. I just triggered a little bit of adrenaline when i get into your intimate zone without warning without any kinds of intimacy beforehand. It triggers your middle where you process fear and so your body goes well. I don't know if i trust this person. So right off the bat. Your first impression is filled with anxiety with nervousness and so without realizing that i think a lot of us are starting our video calls and we don't realize why their awkwardness because we're accidentally creeping into someone's intimacies. The moment i take a step back and by the way on the floor right here on the floor. I have a little piece of blue tape. Have a little piece of blue tate. Because you know why. I'm close talker. You know what i mean. Close docker as i get closer and closer. I can't help it. I want to get really close to the camera. that's terrible. It's terrible for my charisma. It makes you feel really anxious. So i have blue tape on the floor to keep my toes back here to make sure that right now so right here if i'm a foot and a half i'm still not yet. But this distance some distance between me and the camera is perfectly in the personal zone. It perfectly fits in that three feet. So when i'm here we're comfortable we're talking. We're following the same rules in personally are virtually the next zone. Just you know is social the social zone. This only happens in person too big with more five to seven feet away. Five or seven feet away. We're thinking oh yeah. Hey how are you good to see you come on over. I'd love to talk and the last zone. Of course the public soon we are subconsciously aware of these zones when we're acting person virtually though we tend to throw them out the window and i want to bring them back so make sure i want you to actually right now. If you don't mind the way to try to touch your camera and i waited try to measure. How far is your finger. Is your face from your camera. If it's a foot and a half or closer back up your to close take a little bit of a step back because that's gonna put you in the sweet spot so right now. Make sure the are more than a foot in halfway. That's going to immediately take away. Awkwardness reverse impression a little example for you so further back also than we can see more body language. I'm gonna talk a little bit later about hand gestures body language my favorite topic so the other benefit of being a foot and a half to five feet away from the camera. Three feet away from the camera is it. You get to see more of my body. Language used to see more my hand gestures used to see more of meaning suss. The other benefit is war too close to the camera. We lose meaning. Have you ever tried to have a video call where it's just like faces by face after face interfaces you know hand gestures. It's hard to get more meaning. We love to look at hand gestures for meaning which we're gonna talk about. I want to talk about an experiment. We did and i haven't yet published full research. Experiment that my last day we looked at shark tank so we haven't seen a show shark tank. They have different versions around the world. It's dragon slayer in the uk. So shark tank very simple show where entrepreneurs come into the shark tank to pitch their business idea to a panel of sharks or investors and these investors than pick their favourite ideas to invest their money. What.

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:55 min | 6 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"I can't tell you how many days i've been on where i can't recall there. I color 'cause i probably was thinking too much about. What should i say nags. And my coming off okay. I didn't even take the chance the time to look at the person date with so i think it's just. It reminds us that we need to be more present when we're in the presence of other people absolutely. I think that. I've i try to think back to like wet. I've noticed people's body language that i really don't notice it but i think what you made that comment around people by default aren't going to feel close to like what they want to feel like they're pointing directions and all that i think that is kind of a reminder. Would you see those signs too. That maybe they're onto something good. Yeah oh this is so interesting. Is there like any final takeaway would leave like our audience of like was kind of like the tips to like ensure that you are understanding behavior like what would be kind of a broad level takeaway you would have. I think the biggest thing that i think it's my life's work to share this message so hopefully i won't get too mushy on you for the moment but really if i can spread one idea onto the world's and it's very important for people who want to meet their people is there are multiple definitions of charisma. I think a lot of us think we have to be the bubbly happy extrovert all the time. And that's not true. There are many different kinds of charisma. You can be quiet contemplative introvert. You can be compassionate empathetic nurturer. You can be a warm friendly likeable breath of fresh air. You can be the impressive funny magnetic person. Those are all different kinds of charismatic. And they're all correct there all right we all those people and so don't feel like you have to show up or pretend to fake it till you make it. I do not believe in vacantly make it. I think you have a natural version of your own charisma. That is wonderful. And and powerful. And that will attract your person. So i would say. Don't try to take it to you. Don't try to pretend to be an extrovert instead. Find your natural strength. Find your natural social strengths figure out where your most charismatic on your own and try to find people who like you for that. That's great advice that be yourself but to your fullest potential exactly. And that's for the hacks cuphead as if you need some hacks along the way amazing i could not find my natural charisma without those hacks which is why. I made a career out of sharing them. Can you share with people how they can find you if they want to look into these hacks a little more of course so. I put out a youtube video every week. And we go deep. We go in depth. And he's made videos in there all all up for free. So i'm vanessa van edwards on youtube. And then if you want to kind of. Have the plan like if you're more of a a systematic learner than i would be honored if you would check out captivate read audible book and try to be a little funny sometimes so hopefully. That's another if your listener. It's available wherever books are sold as walls on audible and then of course my website. People dot com. We have all of our courses online content and our Email pedia our like downloadable..

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

03:42 min | 6 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"Hey i notice your profile. How are you and then go into the more unique opener i agree. I think that it works dating apps just like in person. It's like it's like we have to know. Someone's not a weirdo. But we still want to be interesting right. I always say positive like if you can use words like good great amazing wonderful. In those first ten words i do think it changes the nature of the interaction. But it doesn't have to be. What a wonderful earing you're wearing. It doesn't have to be that it can be like this is such a great day. It's so great to see you know there's like research that people love talking about themselves so like a way to kind of get to their heart to ask about them. Like is there any emotion you should pull on in those initial questions. Positive positive positive like the wet everyone is looking for is a breath of fresh air. They might not say that but like what we really want. Is we catch positively. So their research shows that are motions are very contagious. So if you start with like what's good what's good in the world right now and that is how i approach all my meetings with my video calls. I'm thinking with good was what's been good. I can bring up wizard weather. Is there something genuinely good. That puts me in different kind of space. And when you come with that energy it's very contagious. And we remember people who are positive we do not like it when someone's like oh the weather so terrible as my. Gosh i've been so busy. Oh my god. It was such a horrible traffic tonight. We don't like that because we don't want to catch it right right. Oh that's interesting. Gotta be realistic but positive exactly cold. This has been such a busy conversation. We're lucky to have vanessa for the short time that we did. I know that you're very busy. So we're very happy to get at least a short time with you. But i'd love to kind of transition as into some takeaways. Think one thing for me that came to mind is not i think. The part around the eye contact really resonated with me that everyone has different thresholds so while there are certain indicators of interest it's not always like reflective necessarily of the true interest based on your perception like it's all relative to how you view it and i think while it's really important to look at body language. What i really took away from this is like it's another reason to ask why the whole part around contempt. It's not necessarily if you see that facial expression that your whole relationship is going down the drain. But it's a reason to ask why and what's happening. So i think like even in the eye contact example. If you see someone like not making that the same level that you would necessarily. It's an opportunity to ask if something's distracting them or whatever it may be. It just opened up that dialog by paying attention to these nonverbal cues yeah. The nonverbal cues are so important. That was my takeaways. You're nonverbal communication is just as important as your verbal communication so when we're on these dates and so many of us feel stressed and pressure to fill the space with words. Sometimes we can just do it with our bodies. We learned our feet towards the person on a date with. Maybe we can turn our square shoulders off to them and just take a beat to show them that. You are showing interest with your body exactly. It's also a good reminder that we need to be just more present with our partners and on these states so we can even be aware of the body language. Just even you know. Vanessa said hold your gaze for long enough that you can. You can identify their. I colored that was like..

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:50 min | 6 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"So when when we're angry let's talk about the anger micro expression. Anger is when you pull your eyebrows down into vertical lines. Now if you've had botox you can't do that where you can't you literally cannot throw your house. Now that they've found actually reduces the amount of anger a person feels oh Which is kind of amazing. So they're even. I've heard through the grapevine that anger management classes are now recommending it to people who know me some so glad i got talks. I'm like i've been the happiest there you go up. So what other facial expressions like. I'm thinking like what are their negative ones. Could you watch out for like if you're on a d. in you're trying to read if someone's into because we hear all the time of people that go on a date they think it went wonderfully and then they never hear from this person again totally. Okay so this is the same. It's funny because getting thinking drake went well and getting not getting a callback are being ghosted is the same as doing a sales call or a pitch or presentation thinking it well on having a nocco well seem skills that if you can read visual expressions. It's almost like it's tipping you off to what potentially went wrong. The biggest negative one is actually content. And it's not affected by botox which is very helpful. So contempt is a one-sided mouth raise to just try raising up one side of your mouth a little smirk yup yet so that one sided mouth raise. If you hold it you'll begin to feel better than scornful negative. I wouldn't hold it for too long to hold the for long. And that's because it's a dangerous expression because it's often mistaken for like half happiness or you know. Maybe irony or sarcasm but actually so negative. That researcher dr john goodman He's a marriage and family counseling seattle. He researched thousands of married couples and he found that. The greatest predictor of divorce was that in the early interviews of couple. One member of the couple showed contempt towards the other hand. If that was the case with ninety three point six percent accuracy that couple would get divorced. Wow that is insane insane. Oh from movement here yet..

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:08 min | 6 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"And i realized oh there are other awkward people. And that's when. I thought you know what maybe there's something to this and that's sort of the start of hacking human behavior. I feel like we always talk about. I q in q being you. Talk about p q. What is this exactly and like. Why is it so important with data. Now there is actually a difference so iq is your technical smarts. You're you're on the waiting process academic information and like learning information e. q. Is how you process emotional for information including your own emotional information. So it's reading the emotions of others in being able to process your own emotions. P q is a little bit of a newer term did not create it. But it's where. I live which is understanding people information social information being able to process body language cues social cues and then being able to both decoded end code them so not just i can. I can see that face. i saw. They processed fear. And i know how to address it. So it's recognizing this the social information and then being able to deliver the correct social response so it's a little bit it's a know is very internal whereas p q is actually both internal and external interesting. So now we get why you're so into body languish exa- so much said style. I say the trifecta right. If you want to be really successful you master. All three god. Yeah cool. We'll we'll definitely have to add that one to our lingo. I know you know. I feel like that stood out all this time later is body language like could you talk a lot of body language and how you can decode people better through body language. We'd love to get into it with you. Maybe starting with like facial expressions are can you kind of tell us what cues you look for like how do you use body language and facial expressions to kind of hack that behavior well facial expressions are like a superpower and i apologize ahead of time because once you learn facial expressions you can never unlearn them so for anyone who's listening..

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

04:15 min | 6 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"It from fidanza. Let's get into this discussion with the expert herself. Vanessa van edwards. She's thirty six years old currently lives in austin. She's been there for two years originally from la she's married. She's the founder and lead investigator people. She is the best selling author of captivate. The science of succeeding with people. Vanessa is renowned for teaching science backed people skills to audiences around the world including south by southwest. Mit and see. Yes just to name a few nessa. How are you. We've been trying to get you since twenty seventeen. We were looking back the rock messages. That's how long has been my goodness. I'm honored i'm honored thank. You said it'd be here. Yeah i have your paperback copy and there's a note from twenty seventeen captivate which is too funny. But we're super excited to have you. So many of the things from the book have stayed with us all these years later so thank goodness i wrote it. I wrote it for you. Then you wrote it for us first and then it got super popular and then we didn't feel special office. Obviously you know it's so funny writing. I'm an awkward person. I'm a recovering awkward person. And it's so funny like writing. A book is such a solo endeavour right like i'm alone time. I'm researching and the book became so successful and then people wanted to talk to me and i was like. Oh no what have i done. We were actually going to kick off. We love the fact that you call yourself a recovering. Awkward person So i think that's such a funny thing to start with as someone on ice will get right into it like as someone that doesn't have natural people skills like how did you learn to hack human behavior as you call it. Yeah well you know. It's funny. I read all every book that was ever written about communication. I feel like i had read it. I mean everything from how to win friends and influence people to. I don't know if you remember the ridiculous book tung fu oh yeah i went like old school like every communication was in library. I read it..

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

03:48 min | 6 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"That's correct. Yeah no know. It is okay this correct. I think that is like honestly. I think that if you are ever unsure of how to win i don't win people over but like you know like connect with someone. It's asking them questions about themselves. The people's like pet peeves is when you just talk at them like those people are the most infuriating to me or someone that never asks you anything like a quick and easy way to make yourself. Likable is to just ask how someone is doing or them selling. That's interesting to them. That's fascinating but also shows that when we talk about ourselves our brains are working overtime to construct story which is why corey rosen's valuable for his workshop about creating your story. That was great great. Okay this is a good that leads into them. The best way to get someone on the same page is you is to a tell them a story be pay them a compliment. C make them laugh or d. Say something surprising to get on the same page as you. I say to make them laugh. Nope the thought the answer is tell them a story which is like i love that and i can totally see why because it's like you're inexperienced together essentially and then you can also see how they react like see what's interest. I think you could quickly see someone sense of humor. Some of their values like depending on how they react to the story. So julie you're telling me the next time. I go in for salary negotiation. I should be like listened. Boss hold on. Let me tell you this story. I so this weekend. I did this. Actually you know what that my work. That's how you small talk and then you're like can i have a million dollars. Okay try that out and get back a good answer okay. And then the very last one that i'll do is i'm ready. Making someone feel blank. Is the best way to improve their mood. A flattered be attractive see valued deep powerful see valued. Everybody wants to be seen. You came out ahead. You a goodness i think. All of this is so fascinating. It's a great lead into our discussion with vanessa. Because it's really just understanding. Some of the seven what i like about her and other body language experts that are out. There is that if someone's doing something that's not necessarily in line with what you think. It doesn't mean that like they hate you or they don't like you or whatever it's an opportunity to reset either zone in on that a little more attend to that need or ask questions i think. That's what she really stresses in this. It's a q. It's not the whole answer and i think that is kind of like the the line that i want to also put out there is. I think it's good to know this stuff because knowledge is power but we also don't wanna get in our heads and be like over like every last move that someone's doing all that like that could go very stray. So it's it's using these cues in as permission to ask more israeli i think the the big takeaway i really love that. And it's also a great way to be present in the moment and all. Be meditating on your the person's body movements and the signals they're sending out so that eventually just becomes part of your learning young deposits. Be like what we're her legs at. How many times she blink at me just becomes part of your cognitive workflow and ill just benefit all of us to better understand each other so we cannot wait to get into this episode. I think it's time it is time. Let's hear.

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

04:13 min | 6 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"We had a little shorter. Time with vanessa than we typically like. Because she's now very in demand has a lot of engagement so we would take any time. We could get but a little shorter than are typical interviews. so we wanted to do a little trivia. I so you actually have these questions. This is very ryan real. But i'm actually getting this out of captivate. Which is vanessa's book. So anyone on youtube conceive. 'send rumor has it been working on a new book. Write this mix site very exciting. So this whole episode. We're really talking about p q which is interpersonal intelligence. And it's really again like like. How do you use all the tools at your disposal to understand human. So you can relate in the best way possible. So we'll be going into what he q means a lot more in the actual episode too. But it's really about your people skills. Essential is what it's boiled down to. Okay so the first question. I have for you. A how much of our personality comes from our genes so option a very little are personality is mostly formed by how we're raised. Be thirty five percent to fifty percent see fifty five percent to seventy five percent. D a allot are. Personality is mostly formed by our genetics in dna timely question. I watched this movie called soul on the plane. It's pixar animated film in its about how the soul and the how we get our personalities in what what happens obviously the animated film but in the movie they talk about how your personalities basically something like assigned to you. It's not really in your genes. So i'm going to say it's a not zero from your genes. Okay well pick service wrong it. I learned pixar but it was be thirty. Five hundred fifty percents wasn't totally wrong. You just went like zero zero..

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:26 min | 6 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"I'm the type of extra in that way in a hypothetical way in my mind i was hypothetically conversing with everyone having a great time at this fifty person party but in reality at home much pajamas ski. Yes love it. Let's do a couple of announcements and our sponsors. And then we're going to get into some of the stuff that vanessa teachers which is going to be really fun. We're going to give it to some of the actual human connection hacks so quick messages that we have we are going to. I mean this thursday. We have corey. Rosen from your your story. Well told we are going to be doing our dateable after show. That's part of the sounding board. He's going to be helping us all. Come out of our shells thing to do. If you a photo right now is to come to this event. It's key as i've done many of his classes in let me tell you. This is a steel the price that we charge. The saudi board is an absolute steel. We are lucky to have friends at high places with this which isn't very nice with our network all of our guests. This is a steel. Like they are so good to us in that regard and i think one of the things that is going to be super fun. It's gonna be very interactive to be flexing those social muscles that a lot of us have been you know haven't been actively using as much and i think it's going to really help whether that story is just conversation on a date or maybe it's your with a partner you've run out of things to say because it's kovin and there has a ton of things happening like that will help get that amunition going or even the difficult stuff like why. Are you still single. Wyandotte morris why have you never had a relationship like those questions you fear someone asking you. He's going to help you come with frequent awesome story to tell your story I can't wait for this one. It's going to be really interactive. Julie said and also helps you reshape your thinking because you might think your life is mundane or you might think your life is not that interesting. But he's to help you realize everybody's life can be really exciting unique as long as you storyteller and the way that he's going to teach you so join that joined the sounding board dateable podcast dot com slash.

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:52 min | 6 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"If you are fearing it and your body is kind of you know trying to like push against it. Maybe you're just not ready yet. Baby steps yes. So i was actually on another podcast. The california ground breaking news. That was all about again. David post pandemic and there was also a professor at uc davis. That had an attraction lab who i think we should try to get on the podcast because he had very interesting insights in like one of the things he said that stuck out to me. Was the reason like dating. Apps obviously have been rising through the pandemic because it's been the one way to like meet people in dane like no one's going out and meeting people organically and he said that a lot of people have felt frustrated by the day the gaps. Maybe more than even before because that's been like the whole basis of every romantic interaction and they've been like putting more weight potentially on like if someone flakes from conversation or doesn't match back where in the past you kind of balance that with like going to parties are going out and about having more of these meet cute experiences in addition to just stating apps so it was seen as like one vehicle not the only vehicle so i feel like i'm hoping that people can like if they're feeling overwhelmed. Maybe it's getting yourself back out there and more social settings and kinda ease again that way in an hopefully Like eventually getting back today. The apps too. Because i still believe firmly that there could way to meet people. It just might not have to be like the only way if that's causing you a lot of like stress and anguish. Yeah and photos can leave lead to fota actual photo. Julius canter bring up got weedy to a text from a dez. Gotta pull it up. It was so great and nez is one of our favourite pass. Gas probably remember her from across ages. It was data ghosting and all the lakes..

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:25 min | 6 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"And it's basically even if you're a interrelationship his whole thing is like you need to prioritize yourself like your chance of self. That's where i struggle with this because it's like on some side. I see prioritize your relationship. But i think if that's all you prioritize that becomes unhealthy to like. There's there's a balance with all of it and there's so many cultural nuances to this. I know my asian brothers and sisters would totally. You know what i'm talking about. When i say there's so much guilt that comes with prioritizing myself above my family there's so much guilt saying i'm prioritizing above my family so i don't know maybe it's just so deeply ingrained in me to think i would never deprioritize my family under anybody else. I just can not imagine that. But i've also seen a lot of my family friends and my relatives. Their marriages fail because they prioritize family and totally their their partner fell by the wayside and came became something of a consequence versus someone that you really cut it. And i and i've seen this and julie you and i have talked about this. There are so many chinese couples. I know who who are married but lived long distance so they don't live in the same city together and they do this for years sometimes cades because they're prioritizing the family they're prioritizing making money they're prioritizing taking care of their their parents what happens to that relationship right so i think it's just very nuanced. I don't think it's like a one size. Fits all and i agree that the risk of letting someone go to the wayside is very real. Because you're so only self-focused we are only like hanging out with your friends or family and like excluding your partner that's gonna be a recipe for failure to yes. That's not a good thing because people when they think they're prioritizing they have to deprioritize say else. It's like a sacrifice but it's not that way. So maybe that's maybe that's the answer that goes to that like graphic we are talking about. It's like my partner is a priority. But i have other priorities to. You're still like a priority. But this saying it should be the number one priority number one priority. I don't weird right so hard. It's so hard because mountings. I love that we're just giving all this food for thought. All these people that are like you know. I feel like this term has been throwing around lately that maybe think fota of data again i dislike. We're adding like another massive turmoil in people's mind right this probably that are like i'm barely surviving the pandemic or getting out of it myself. Now i need to like make sure that this person is like my whole world priority. Fode out what a funny a funny word beer of dating again. How many of you have photo just raise your imaginary hand for us. Because we wanted it can feel like yeah. I feel like this is becoming a thing. Like i've heard this on multiple in multiple calls like it came up on idea like a like while i was on another podcast. I'm going to be on this week have did. It's kind of like clubhouse but it's called fishbowl. They call it. When read in clubhouse had a baby it becomes. We did one. With courtney k who is a long-term how you and i met. We got introduced. By courtney cheese are batch maker. Data coach francis. She wanted us to be part of this. And i ended up..

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

02:32 min | 6 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"Side be open to it but it is one of those things like i think until you're in these situations it's almost hard to light. Say how you'd react to it and there's a lot of factors right. Yeah and even though you know. I've been with my partner for three years. Now it's been a while we're not married so i feel like i don't in some fucked up way. I don't really feel like. I need to prioritize more relationship before my family. Let's say because. I feel like i don't know maybe a once. You establish yourself as a family once you have kids then you become a family cohort yourself bound till then i don't. It's not really family to me yet. Maybe that's really fucked up to think about no is your more traditional and placing that value on marriage or starting a family like to me. That's just that's what a family is. So maybe i need to rethink this and just think about like what does the prioritization mean. Because i think it does happen in relationships and it is a point of contention for a lot of marriages because people don't know how they're prioritizing their partners so we love to hear from our listeners. What do you all think. Have you had this experience. And what is your vice to laissez newlyweds. Do you constantly prioritize your partner above everybody else. Some dying today okay. How did the speech like end for people. Like yes i get it or was it still that like kind of dead air. It was a little bit awkward. Najran alive it was a beautiful speech as she has some really funny moments about her sister but in the end she lets raise a glass for the couple and we raise him. We cheered like silence. You know so. I do wonder because we were also sitting at a table with across from this couple. Who had been married before and were dating each other. I saw one of them kind of nodding and the other one. I don't know so i think everyone was reflecting. Bashes rain relationships to it kind of ended. Not that i. I would say it was a bad speech. It was a it was a thought provoking speech. And i think a lot of people went home probably had conversations. Yeah i mean kind of spoiler alert but our season finale which is next week. Yeah i cannot believe that were already done with season twelve. How possibly. I don't know but we have john kim a the angry therapist and he his whole booklet. We talk about is called on purpose..

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

04:51 min | 6 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"The dateable podcast is an insider's look into modern dating at the huffington post calls one of the top ten podcast about love and sex on each episode. We'll talk about from sex parties. To sex droughts date fails diaper fetishes and first moves to first loves. I'm your host. You issue former. Dating coach turned dating sociologists. You also hear from my co host and producer. Julie craft check s. We explored this crazy dateable world. Hello everyone welcome to another episode of dateable all about modern dating where we eagerly dig into the whys of people's behavior and this episode in particular is really digging into the wise people's behavior and how you can make that connection through hacking people's behavior and understanding. Why people do the things they do and people say what they say. I love ed are guest today. Is vanessa van edwards with someone that you eight. I've wanted for a very long time..

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

Rocketship.fm

08:09 min | 6 months ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

"Pay the bills in may then some I i've run into some freelancers. Who may and they're making. They're making a good hundred k. By themselves but when you're talking about and they take every bit of it right like the worst worst mistakes they don't have a cpa But so they take every single bit of it out of the bank account and a hundred k. Is a good living for any single person. But now if you think about it when you got to hire somebody and you got to hire somebody a good style salary. Let's say forty k. Now you just lost forty percent of your revenue in that person that might be thinking. Oh man i don't know if i can live off of sixty k. Instead of one hundred k. Will fact is you're paying yourself too much at the beginning like you know what i mean. Yeah totally well and and we focus a lot on the like the loss. Remember so last week. We chatted with Editor in chief of of entrepreneur magazine Yup and he was talking about like in history Help people just focus on like the losses when things happen instead of or we sorry when we project out the future we focus on what will be lost but when we look in hindsight we look at what was gained and so basically. He put a lot more eloquently than that. But basically what i'm getting at is like when we hire someone. It's really easy to say what you just said clay. Which is i'm going to have to give up forty percent of my revenue. But what you should actually be saying if i hire the right person and put the right processes in place then i will double my revenue or i will add fifty my bottom line or whatever so actually net a positive ten jar. What like we often think about. Especially with that. I hire but with any higher we think like. Here's what i'm giving up and a lot of times if that's all we can think about than we haven't thought through enough the other end of it which is like what. How will i make this money back. Every employee has to be net positive profitable and so If if you're not sure how that next hires going to be profitable bring you a net positive or at least support your team in a way that they can or you or your team in a way that they can be more profitable than yeah. Maybe it's not the best hire and you need to rethink you. Know what it looks like. But but i think often is focused on that loss instead of what the potential upside is. I always think about it from like a how much of my time with that. Free up in. I do with that time. Because a lot of the times I mean like my most valuable asset for the business is bringing in a network in like the sales stuff that i've gotten pretty good at because i have a background. That's relevant and people can build trust with people and so Not a salesperson. Who thought to myself that like i realized that's really the strength is unique that i have that. Most people wouldn't replicate quickly. And so whenever. I think about new hires. I think about like okay. How much time does that free up for me to do. Business development the like getting out there in front of people speaking the whatever it is that gets me more ears or is on what we're doing That's worth a lot of money if you out of that way. Yeah it's good way of looking at everything has a cost every every minute you spend doing something else that doesn't make that kind of revenue or it doesn't make any revenue at all like generating payroll right. You could be spending in sales and business development and account building networking and all the things that you're talking about the do build your very quickly. Right is the same with like when i was writing a lot. That's what i was making miscalculation in my head like okay. If i write two articles month that means i got to keep all the revenue on those articles. Because i'm not paying you help. But i'm like yeah. There's no new business coming in from that executing on existing contracts and like so there's not a growth factor in. That's just like you know. No you've nailed it. That's exactly why. So many freelancers face the feast famine cycle because they biz dev biz dev sales sales and then that leads to lots of work next month so then they work work. Work work work but then the next month. They don't have anything because they were working instead of stepping in so they just it just follows the same curve. I mean it's it's natural when you look at it. Visually like it follows the same curve as your sales cycle. You sell a lot then you work a lot and then you sell out and then you work a lot instead of always selling. Yeh and this is a. I always tell people you need to be spending your time on the thing that makes you the most money like you personally So like i'm the same as you. I like i. I'm i'm a sales person. And so i make a lot more money if i focus my time on sales versus developing a website right the actual coding and building designing a website. And and so it makes zero sense for me to spend most of my time building websites. Because i don't make that much money from it And so like. This is the reason why. I don't manage my zero money from from managing email and so that's why have someone else do it So that's why it's like. It's good to just log your time figure out what what makes you the most money and go through the whole mental process. That was that went through earlier but also it comes down to like okay. What makes you the most money like. That's what you spend your time on. 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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast

Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast

"Impactful speakers so open for slows. And there's there's a lot of evolutionary Psychology behind this And it's part of the reason why people think public speaking is one of the scariest things in the world is because our hunter gatherer brains. This is an evolutionary psychologists perspective. Our hunter gatherer brands when we're up speaking to a crowd. That crowd are the predators. And there's no nothing in front of us to protect ourselves from these predators. That's what our brains telling us so we tend to want to close up or linked is to close up. Maybe put our shoulders down a little. Maybe cross arms. Maybe put our hands in our pockets. Were scared to be vulnerable. We were in. Were in fear. So it's the same thing when you're speaking to a group. That's we have to show that confidence with through our open body language and i think one of the best ways to do that is through contact making eye contact with people. I think Is is just a really good genuine way to connect with people To show you're confident in your message to show that you care and if you're speaking to a very large audience let's say they're over a hundred people or a hundred people. Even what i like to do is section off the audience. And make sure that i'm making eye contact in that vicinity throughout the presentation so from breaking that audience into you know ten to fifteen different sections. I wanna make sure that. I'm connecting with all those ten to fifteen different sections throughout the presentation. So you can do that with a larger groups but you know if you're in a group of twenty people you can certainly make eye contact with everyone zooming presentations more than a minute. And here's an interesting point about gesturing because people ask me a lot of the time they asked me a lot is gesturing gooder. Come from an italian background should i. I'm used to gesturing so much that bad. So here's the stance on gesturing. There's a there's a woman she's a social sort of social psychologist. You can call it ends. Vanessa van edwards pretty popular.

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Have More Video Conversations - Reuben Swartz

Daily Sales Tips

05:42 min | 1 year ago

Have More Video Conversations - Reuben Swartz

"I Reuben Schwarz founder of member in the serum for people who ate selling and host and chief nursing on the sales for nerds. Podcast here to talk to you about having more conversations and specifically having more video conversations email social media texting all this stuff. It's kind of like the fast food of human interaction. It's fast it's cheap it's convenient but it's really not very nourishing and it's one thing if we use those tools to set up real conversations. It's another thing if we consider them replacements for actual conversation so both from a business perspective pipeline perspective and just from a human psychology perspective. We need to be having conversations with people. That's what we do. That's how we exist. It's one thing in quote Unquote Normal Times. Maybe we do a bunch e mailing and texting and then we get together with people now. That corona is forcing us to socially distance ourselves from folks. We want to use technology to overcome that so by all means pick up the phone a phone call is exponentially more interesting communicates exponentially more information than e mail a taxed some kind of interaction on social media. But what I really encourage you to do is video. Call people whether it's through zoom or skype or facetime or whatever. Actually seeing people is important especially when we're Kinda shut in right now and I'm actually going so far as to force myself to record this as a video which Scott always likes people to do. But I don't WanNa do that because I don't want to see myself on video right just like everybody else but it's really what we need to be doing because we're supposed to be seeing people not just talking to them one thing to have the phone call when we can also see them at some other time or we just got out of a meeting with them we call him back the next day but if we're not seeing people for weeks or months that's going to cause a bunch of problems. Psychologically were supposed to see people we care about and also from a perspective. It's a lot harder to build trust without actually seeing people. So there's a million tutorials out there on how to set up your office for video calling. I'm not gonNA reiterate that if you need a quick very amateurish one you can go to memory dot com and see a video that I posted about my setup but you can tell it's not the worse set up in the world but it's certainly not professional level but the point is it's good enough to interact with people and it's good enough that I shouldn't stop interacting with people while I try to get the setup to be fancier now the next thing is we just WanNa have a lot of conversations. That's what we should be doing. And if you're a sales person who has fifty conversations day already make sure you keep that up. Tried to do it over video. If you're the kind of person like I was who would have a couple of conversations today think that was a lot. It can actually be so much easier than you think. If you have just a handful of conversations each one has a lot of pressure to make it harder awkward or etc and that reinforces itself in a vicious cycle. If you have a lot of conversations it takes all the pressure off each one. Yes we want to be professional. We WanNA show up. We want to close the deals that we need to close. We want to help the clients that we need to help but sometimes calls are going to go wrong. Sometimes they're going to get rescheduled sometimes deals go south in ways that we don't control no matter what if we have a healthy pipeline not just of quote unquote deals but of conversations? That stuff will will play out and it will be fine. We don't have a lot of pressure we don't have to act like we're trying to avoid getting a set of steak knives or getting fired. We're just there to help folks especially now block off time in your calendar to be calling people if you've got prescheduled calls obviously that's great but otherwise just go through the people that you want to talk to and of course that's prospects clients partners those urgent calls and hopefully we're making those but I know from my own experience from packing a lot of other people. Sometimes those things fall off the plate to and then it's also the interesting people that we want to talk to especially now right. Parents COUSINS FRIENDS SPOUSES. Who are stuck somewhere else. Have those conversations and if possible have him over video? Make sure also that you're talking to the interesting people that you like talking to that give you energy and business will come from. This may not come from this call or that call but over time. Business will come in a way that lets you relax and just focus on having an interaction. Human interaction with people as opposed to got close close. I've got a close now. The one thing I do want to mention about video people tend to know you know. Keep your eye level and try to look at the light and so on but tip from Vanessa van Edwards on sales for nerds. She's brilliant by the way. Check her out. Try to make it more like a face to face interaction where you can see. Someone's hands especially in sales hands are all about trust. We are programmed as humans to be a little suspicious when we can't see someone else's hands and if you're doing this and try to have a conversation that's not how we have conversations. We have conversations actually further back but we should at least be able to see what someone's doing with their hands that's going to help with trust render sleep and if you do get in a situation where you're doing a video call and then you share documents and screens and so on. Make sure that you don't just close the meeting down after that. Go back to the face to face video though same way you would if you were huddling over documents in person before you wrap up. And as the enforcer said only connect this is the best tool. We've got right now. Don't be scared of the video. Make time to actually connect with folks over video.

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"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"vanessa van edwards" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"All right. The reason that love those guys is skill acquisition is the name of the game. If you've got the skills one it's going to help you with your own side hustle and then to if your side-hustle tanks, then you're going to be able to go back and get a job. But I think a lot of times people aren't being realistic about where they are in their skillset like part of the reason that we didn't just bail on. Awareness technologies and go into quest was like we didn't know shit about making protein bars. So it was like going into a, you know, there's going to be this huge learning curve. And hopefully for you guys. I mean, if you're listening to this podcast, I'm a little shocked if you weren't excited by the idea of having to learn something new I love having a reason to learn new stuff that that is the very thing that lights me on fire. And I do need a reason like just learning random shit just doesn't feel as powerful to me. And look that's a value system that I've built up over time. But when I have something specific a goal I'm going after and that goal requires me to acquire a new skill dude. I get so amped up out so much fun. So anyway, that is how I would think about your problem. So there's no sort of one-size-fits-all answer. But if you said, Tom, you have to decide for me, I would say do nights and weekends. And then I'll just accountable that's the big part. All right. Peter hurric- toward the beginning of the whim. Hof episode episode you referred to him as a real life superhero, given your interest in comics and superheroes. If you could meld the outstanding abilities of some of your guests, which ones and what powers I'm sure if it Coggins will be in there. But the others would be interesting to hear. Okay. So while well when you start getting into the abstract of of creating superheroes. I will tell you that one person that pops to mind is David Egan. And if you guys look at what he does go back and watch his episode for swats amazing. He's an incredible human being somebody had really liked to spend more time with. But what he's doing to give people basically extrasensory perception like he created this device that would let you feel feel feel the stock market. I was thought was so cool or anything else, quite frankly that has a data stream that you could assign sort of. Of some correlation between going up or going down. I think that's really cool. He's used it to give blind people a sense of sight on their tongue. They've done on the tongue on the back on the abdomen. Bu- nana's to think that you can give somebody a sense of vision on their tongue or their stomach is crazy. But nonetheless, real dot guy is just Superfly. So. Yeah, I would definitely include him the mix. David Gaga will come as no surprise. I got basically is a superhero. I mean, he's just insane. Like, yeah. Yes. What he's done to his mind is a thing of beauty. It's amazing. Yep. So. Mr. Goggin would be one who else who's had some radd, obviously Wim Hof I'm on my Wim Hof tip every day. That's a lie. I was on my Wim Hof tip every day. Now, I'm on my Wim Hof tip four to five days a week, if I'm completely honest, but it is RAD taking cultures is very very powerful. Man. I'd have to think back to people that have like persuasion. So who'd we have that was rat at persuasion. We had captivate by Vanessa van Edwards. That was cool. She's got some some amazing stuff. And I think the ability to persuade people is super super powerful. All right. I will leave it at that. All right whore. Hey, I'm nutritionist graduate and currently in an internship program at the health and sciences division. One of the biggest food companies helping create nutritional supplements for cancer patients will thank you for your contributions. Recently, another intern joined the team I know him from our university, but we are only acquaintances and not close friends..

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