The Science of People with Vanessa Van Edwards (@vvanedwards @kimanzic @itsAmyRobles)
Summary: Vanessa Van Edwards is a Huffington Post columnist and her groundbreaking work has been featured on NPR, the Wall Street Journal, the Today Show and USA Today. She has written for CNN, Fast Company and Forbes. Her science of people approach has benefited both readers and corporations as Vanessa has consulted for multiple Fortune 500 companies including American Express, Clean and Clear and Symantec. We’re excited to have Amy Robles join us for this interview. Connect with Amy at Woman Enriched:http://womanenriched.com/ Also - did we mention Kimanzi Constable is the official co-host? In this episode you’ll learn: Vanessa’s favorite band (The answer will surprise you). What a “recovering boring person” is. How Kimanzi was stalking Taylor Swift. Great questions to ask in social situations. How weird questions lead to better connections. How you can become more attractive to other people. What gets people excited. How to tell if someone is lying. How to stand out at a conference. The importance of non-verbal communication. Seven micro-expressions that help you read people. How you know if a couple will get divorced. What your Facebook profile should be. Tips for podcasters to communicate better. How adverbs kill your writing. How to build your platform. Things mentioned: Backstreet boys. The Science of People. http://www.scienceofpeople.com/ A great lie-detection technique. The “Peek Technique.” How Fruit Rollups and Twinkies help you stand out. “Easter eggs” on Vanessa’s website. Statement analysis. How to deliver your message. Dr. Paul Eckman and Lie to Me. (The TV Show) http://www.scienceofpeople.com/face/ Dr. John Gotmen’s seven-year marriage study. The question deflection technique. The lowest natural end of your tone. Who’s doing something that interests you? Marie Forleo http://www.marieforleo.com/ Connect with Vanessa Science of People http://www.scienceofpeople.com/ Final thoughts for the listeners: Try things that are a little different, even though they’re scary. Own it! Whatever it is, be different and be you. Go for it.