If I was standing in front of you right now , I'd lean in and say it might be hard to hear .
But by choosing to watch this , you've already fallen for a powerful manipulation tactic without even realizing it .
It's about the power of saying less to get people to want more .
Robert Green called it always say less than necessary .
And here's the kicker by just hinting at a secret , I've engaged , you made you lean in wanna know more .
That's emotional manipulation at its core .
Experts agree that this tactic is incredibly effective .
Because curiosity is a powerful motivator .
It draws people in makes them want to fill the gaps with their imagination .
Studies reveal that effective communicators use strategic silence in over 60% of their interactions to enhance influence .
Why is this so beneficial to a manipulator ?
It gives them control , control over the narrative , control over the engagement and most importantly , control over the decision making process ?