How to Analyze People with Psychology.

There is a difference between knowing someone and knowing there personality. If you watch a person even from a far, you can begin to be able to tell how a person might act. This is without even speaking to this person. By watching and observing people in a perfectly normal and considerate way; this is how you will learn their personalities. This is important for many reasons, you will be able to effectively guess how they will interact with others and yourself. You can then determine where they would fit the best job scenarios or titles. Draw these conclusions but don’t make assumptions. When you are analyzing people the right way you know that you need to watch and learn in the right way. Start forming options for opinions after several assumptions about a person. Sometimes you will have bad experiences with someone. This is the time’s you will have in your life that might be difficult for you. This is the time when that is your only experience with someone. However, it is very important that you don’t base your opinion on someone after that one experience.

There are a lot of people that start off as enemies in this world, they then become the best of friends. Ironic isn’t it ? You have to give other people a chance. When you meet people don’t get stuck in their first impression, or there first character traits or realms. You need to meet them and figure them out by learning about them. Once you learn how to read people , the next step would be to influence the people around you. Learn the likes and dislikes of people around you. Did you meet someone who doesn’t like loud noises or crude language? Maybe they have a problem with people who curse or swear. These are things to look out for and not don’t in front of them. If someone hates violence, don’t talk about it around them. If you meet someone who loves fashion, compliment their taste! These are all small things that are not catastrophic and they help you pave your way into learning new peoples personalities.

If you do this enough, I believe your new found acquaintances will begin to trust you more and more. They will begin to believe in your ideas and realities. Keep an open mind for there change and for yours. Never form a universal statement or opinion about someone. Know what they are like and stand up for them and there opinions of you like them. If you feel poorly about someone , don’t have them stick around you.

When studying people you should try to remain open and new to information. Nearly each one of us have formative and personal biases on opinion. And stereotypes that block our ability to understand another person correctly. When reading an individual’s aura or bias it is imperative that you reconcile there personal information first. Then there professional and cultural diversification. Some environments may make a person have a forced exhibiting behavior , that is not necessarily part of there real one. Start by acting out there body language cues of the target person you are trying to reach. Body language poses the most psychological, emotional authoritative and mental apparatus of a person. Analyze facial expressions, body posture, tonal variation, pitch, touch, eye contact all being related to communication and the persons emotional status or communications.

Appearance takes a whole role in attention to the undertaking of it. The appearance of an individual is critical in communicating the professionalism of the person and the organizational state of mind for that individual. Wearing formal attire that is tucked in and neatly displaced means that this person took there time in getting dressed , organized and ready and is therefore extremely cleanly. Posture is also a big important role! Posture suggests a lot about the involvement of a person in there conversations or there outside friendships. How they interact with people properly standing is a sign of classisms. Having an upright posture suggests eagerness and active participation in what is being communicated around them. Observe posture in terms of physical distance and gestures.

Try to make an individual react to your intentional communication. Initiate communication and watch them radiate and project themselves. Major components of connectivity are mindful observation, listening with intent and having useful feedback.


Laura Zukerman

Owner and Founder at The Goddess Memoirs By Laura Zukerman