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theawesomedaily Remember these two awesome articles we published a while back? unethical life hacks to help you get what you want and 20 unethical life hacks you desperately want to try . well, this is a whole new article full of life hacks to help you get your way easy! Some of them are pretty sneaky, but they actually work! 1: OMG! These 10 Wildlife Creatures Will Give You Nightmares - Page 5 of 5 Cicada Killer Wasps are scary. Large wasps are even scarier. Anything that flies around with stingers, causing destruction in its path is absolutely horrifying. However, these wasps are responsible for control of the cicada population which makes them beneficial in nature.

101 Google tips, tricks and hacks Looking for the ultimate tips for Google searching? You've just found the only guide to Google you need. Let's get started: 25 Psychological Life Hacks that Will Help You Gain the Advantage in Social Situations Social situations are among the most important in our lives. Yet, there is a huge chance that you are oblivious to the plethora of unwritten social rules that structure everybody’s behaviour. Failing to comply to these cultural imprints can cause irreversible damage. Just following them blindly will not get you ahead. Hacking them, however, will give you the best results possible.

Schwasted Science: How Your Favorite Alcohols Affect You Differently At one point or another, you’ve probably tricked yourself into thinking different kinds of alcohol make you feel different kinds of drunk. You might say whiskey makes you frisky, tequila makes you crazy and wine makes you actually whine — but the truth is there’s no scientific evidence proving any of this. It’s possible you feel all these different emotions based on a variety of other circumstances, such as how much alcohol you drank and how quickly you drank it, your mood, the context in which you usually drink this specific alcohol and your associations with the specific alcohol. Memory associations in human beings are particularly strong. For example, maybe your first drink in college was a gin and tonic, so now you always associate gin with a good time.

LTL Aired June 1, 2017 Healthy Banana Ice Cream Maia and Paul try to make a healthy alternative to ice cream using frozen bananas, and Maia tests out a carbonated bubble clay mask. Aired May 25, 2017 11 Paradoxes of Being a Better Public Speaker We’ve all heard how frightened nearly everyone is of public speaking. Maybe that’s understandable, but it creates the potential for lots of misinformed conventional wisdom spread by people who have to make presentations but haven’t had the opportunity to learn what really works. To help correct some misperceptions about what creates better presenters and presentations, here are eleven public speaking paradoxes for reluctant presenters to accept, embrace, and follow: 1. Minimize your public speaking nerves by looking for as big an audience as possible. My theory on nerves and speaking?

The truth about alcohol, from gin tears to champagne hangovers I’ll never forget the rubbish party I attended at a youth club when I was a fledgling teen. There was music, high jinks and a bowl of fruit punch as big as a duck pond. The youth leaders thought it would be amusing to tell us that the punch was alcoholic. It had an oddly musty taste, which turned out to be brandy flavouring, and sure enough, the leaders stood back and watched the room descend into animalistic chaos. 16 Mental Life Hacks that Will Turn You into a Jedi Sometimes the way you act will have an effect on people in an subconscious. You may not even realize that you are causing causing this effect. Hare are 16 mental life hacks that may cause people to feel a certain way or do something.

The Most Important Article On Psychiatry You Will Ever Read Let's begin with a simple drive down a country road, say, I10. The Three Problems of Psychiatry: You know those white dashed lines separating the lanes in a highway? How long are they? Answer: _____________ Most people I ask say 3 feet. The real answer is 10 feet. 13 psychological tricks that help in communicating with anyone Sometimes we strike a wrong chord with someone, or feel uncomfortable to ask somebody about something. Today, Bright Side will tell you the techniques which can help you build good relationships with anybody. If the answer doesn’t suit you — for example, the person you are talking to left something unsaid, wasn’t clear, or lied — don’t ask again. Instead, simply look silently and attentively into his or her eyes. This technique will get him or her cornered, and the person will be forced to continue his or her thoughts.If someone yells at you, make an effort to keep calm, staying absolutely impassive.

Barnum effect A related and more general phenomenon is that of subjective validation.[1] Subjective validation occurs when two unrelated or even random events are perceived to be related because a belief, expectation, or hypothesis demands a relationship. Thus people seek a correspondence between their perception of their personality and the contents of a horoscope. Forer's demonstration[edit] On average, the students rated its accuracy as 4.26 on a scale of 0 (very poor) to 5 (excellent). Only after the ratings were turned in was it revealed that each student had received an identical sketch assembled by Forer from a newsstand astrology book.[2] The sketch contains statements that are vague and general enough to most people. In another study examining the Forer effect, students took the MMPI personality assessment and researchers evaluated their responses.

7 Social Hacks For Manipulating People 1. Whenever someone is angry and confrontational, stand next to them instead of in front of them. You won’t appear as so much of a threat, and they eventually calm down. 2. Open with “I need your help.”