Can you read someone’s mind by looking at them? Almost. Lynne Franklin teaches you how to connect with 3 types of people by understanding how their bodies communicate. After a boy threatened to kill her with a machete, Lynne Franklin decided to learn everything she could about persuasion. She became a neuroscience nerd, studying how the brain works and how to build rapport with people. She has since worked with organizations to use persuasive communication to increase their performance, productivity, and profit, and published a book about her personal research called Getting Others to Do What You Want. In addition to her marketing and consulting work, Lynne is a member of the National Speakers Association and President-elect of its Illinois chapter. After a boy threatened to kill her with a machete, Lynne Franklin decided to learn everything she could about persuasion. She became a neuroscience nerd, studying how the brain works and how to build rapport with people. She has since worked with organizations to use persuasive communication to increase their performance, productivity, and profit, and published a book about her personal research called Getting Others to Do What You Want.
In addition to her marketing and consulting work, Lynne is a member of the National Speakers Association and President-elect of its Illinois chapter. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Maybe it’s the situation.
Maybe an emotional conversation you had with someone made you recall things with your feelings.
Maybe a situation which something got the attention of your eyes made you think in pictures
Maybe hearing something was so surprising that you kept in your memory like that...
I believe it depends on what got your attention or what you were focusing on in the moment
because a lot of people seems to be all three
its nice to hear you all, though these are three types of features of human model ,but i am eager to know that how to deal with them if we come to know that which type of person in front of us during conversation, please give me any solution
Also I've partial features of both lookers and listeners, like I'm always well dressed up but eye contact is really not my thing, most of the time my hands are on my chin all looks downwards left while thinking and while she said to think about memory I was both watching it as movie and telling myself the story like how it happened I don't know what I am categorised into!
I've never stood next to a woman who - in front of an audience - was pointing out my thin lips and wrinkled forehead... but I think if I did have to do that, my personality type might transform into A PUNCHER.
I dont wanna be that guy but this really sounds like pseudo science. Some red flags are that the eye movement thing is a well known myth in body language studies and another one is the ''lips type'' supposed correlation.
This is all observational data. It also seems too generalized. Human behavior is not an exact science. It is way too complex to categorize with this level of certainty. Has anyone asked where they got these percentages?
It IS interesting and I'm not trying to hate or troll, but I just wonder...
James will be severely offended by me LOL i have adhd. Im literally inept with eye contact. Im marge except im visual thinker. Nooooo eye contact i am noooot comfortable with eye contact. Adhd thing not religious. I dress for comfort rather than style. My personal space is at least twice that of a normal person Lol
I definitely am a toucher I just have like a need to touch people and I always were comfy clothes because why not and also I have full lips and I need physical contact to make a relationship with someone
The eye contact part really depends on the rest of the person's face (of both), if I get looked at with a smile on the face i'm cool and smile back, when I look at someone with a smile and he/she smiles or nods, i'm cool too. But when I randomly look at someone (because you pay attention in the street) and he looks at me, serious, staring, he's looking for something not good (males animal behaviour I believe), although one of the two could (maybe) change that kinda tension with a simple but persuasive nod... TED really makes you think about stuff...
Well this was absolute nonsense. People act based omn their emotions and feeling at the moment so if a "listener" feels like he or she needs a hug s/he will open their hands and ask for one without saying anything.People can not be categorized into three groups because so many other factors can affect the person at the moment.
Are you serious? Generalizing the whole world into these three styles is very narrow thinking on your part. Stop using your hands like you've seen in a corporate training lesson. It seems very unnatural on you. Very close minded.
Omg I'm a listener AND a toucher. Lol ok that's weird though because when I remember something important it's usually like a movie but that's it, if it's not important (not a moment that marked me someway) then I either don't remember or I describe it with words or with how I felt
Heh - be careful around Ddeaf people and hearing people who know sign (any from any country). As Inigo Montoya would say “I do not think it means what you think it means.” Make sure you take culture into account.
It's absurdly simple minded divide of people across the world. Thin or thick lips are traits in diff.. races. It's like saying all african americans latinos are touchers. Not true, and people are much more complex than the way she broke them down. One of the stupidest of ted talks!
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