Principle Of Reciprocity – Principles of Persuasion

Principle of Reciprocity is one of the Principles of Persuasion from Muneer’s #1 international best selling book “Power Persuasion: 6 Strategies to Instantly Influence and Hypnotise Both Online and Offline”. You can purchase it for only $6.99 on Amazon.

On today’s post, Muneer will be explaining the Principle of Reciprocity in a short video. Using Venice’s Grand Canal as an example, Muneer will be touring in a gondola and waving at strangers.

And why would he do that?

Check out the video to see for yourself:

How Do You Get People To Do Something For You?

Muneer recommends following the Principle of Reciprocity in daily life. When people see you taking the first step, they respond to you in a similar way. So, it’s quite simple: If you want someone to do something, you do it first.

Does The Principle of Reciprocity Work?

As seen in the video, when Muneer waves at strangers, they wave right back at him. They don’t know him, but they reciprocate his actions. It doesn’t matter where they are from or who they are, they respond to his actions. So, this principle not only works but also guarantees instant results.

You can use this principle for complex things as well. For instance, in order to hypnotize people, Muneer goes into the hypnotic state first and then brings people into it.

Perhaps you already follow this principle in your daily life. You have done something for someone before asking them to do it for you. However, once you clearly understand this concept, you can use it to your advantage.

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Habiba Tahir