The Top Ten Techniques to Quick Rapport
This may be one of the more unique courses you may take. This course is unique because it contains a very actionable process for how to treat individuals exactly how we all wish we were treated every minute of every day of our lives. This course is also unique because this process of how to truly focus on others was created from Robin’s point of view and my experiences of a former Marine Corps officer, FBI Special Agent and Chief of the FBI’s elite Behavioral Analysis Program. The leadership and interpersonal skills Robin needed to develop as a Marine Corps officer and an FBI agent are capsulated in this course.
Robin shares what he has found is the most successful way to face all aspects of life, both personal and professional. This process has been honed from years of field experience as well as research into social and evolutionary psychology. The results from the process will range from simply making those around you truly enjoy your company and seek to spend more time with you all the way up to inspiring others to take action. Regardless of your individual goals, the key is to make it “all about them.”
Studies have demonstrated time after time that the happiest individuals in the world are the ones with meaningful relationships. Individuals who have both a wide array of friends and acquaintances as well as relationships of deep meaning with a few individuals have shown to be happier in life than individuals who have placed items and material accomplishments as his or her individual goals for happiness. These ten simple steps, whether they are used completely or in parts will have a profoundly positive impact on the quality of any relationship in your life, whether the relationship is at home, work, play, or simply talking with strangers.
The art of the conversation and developing rapport with any individual, whether a friend, loved one, work associate, or stranger comes down to the ability of at least one of the individuals dialoging to do at least one of the ten concepts Robin illustrates for you here in this course. As you go through each lesson that highlights one of the ten techniques, think back to a good conversation or relationship that you have had throughout your life. We bet that if the conversation was enjoyable to you, whether you were speaking to a friend or stranger, at least one of the ten elements was present. A conversation that has two to four of the elements will be one you will remember for a very long time. A conversation that has nine to ten of the elements will be remembered for a lifetime.