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Welcome to ChangingMinds.org, the largest site in the world on all aspects of how we change what others think, believe, feel and do. There are already around 7000 pages here, all free and with much more to come!

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Recent Changes

20-May-18

Added Tend and Befriend to Coping Mechanisms. Added Omission Training to Conditioning and Training Methods and Techniques. Added Eye Fills In Line to Visual Perception: How We See. Added Write Content That Facilitates Buying Decisions to Guest articles. Added Brain Function, Intelligence, Mental Illness and the Future to Blog!

13-May-18

Added The 'Three Rs': Core Values to Teach Your Children (and Adopt Yourself) to Values. Added Train for Bad to Conditioning and Training Methods and Techniques. Added Eye Follows Line to Visual Perception: How We See. Added Sellers Ask the Wrong Questions to Guest articles. Added Us and them: How terrorism is good for us, though it is bad for all of us to Blog!

29-Apr-18

Added Nostalgia to Memory. Added Delaying to Conditioning and Training Methods and Techniques. Added Practical Decision Making: getting it righter to Guest articles. Added Review: Psychology, Emotion and Intuition in Work Relationships to Management books. Added The momentum of wrong and the courage of change to Blog!

22-Apr-18

Added Four Methods used in Fake News to Propaganda. Added Three Basic Motivations to Motivation. Added Diversion to Conditioning and Training Methods and Techniques. Added I Hear You My Way to Guest articles. Added Why do we keep touching our phones? to Blog!

Full update history on the Changes page >>>

 

And now you can visit our sister site, CreatingMinds.org, for creative learning, tools and quotes (including the free book How To Invent (Almost) Anything). And for business improvement, see the Quality Tools site, Improvement Encyclopedia and the free book (A Toolbook for Quality Improvement and Problem Solving). There's now well over 8500 pages of free and useful knowledge across all our sites.

 

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Disciplines

* Argument
* Brand management
* Change Management
* Coaching
* Communication
* Counseling
* Game Design
* Human Resources
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* Leadership
* Marketing
* Politics
* Propaganda
* Rhetoric
* Negotiation
* Psychoanalysis
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* Sociology
* Storytelling
* Teaching
* Warfare
* Workplace design

Techniques

* Assertiveness
* Body language
* Change techniques
* Closing techniques
* Conversation
* Confidence tricks
* Conversion
* Creative techniques
* General techniques
* Happiness
* Hypnotism
* Interrogation
* Language
* Listening
* Negotiation tactics
* Objection handling
* Propaganda
* Problem-solving
* Public speaking
* Questioning
* Using repetition
* Resisting persuasion
* Self-development
* Sequential requests
* Storytelling
* Stress Management
* Tipping
* Using humor
* Willpower

Principles

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Explanations

* Behaviors
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* Brain stuff
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* Coping Mechanisms
* Critical Theory
* Culture
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* Emotions
* Evolution
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* Meaning
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* Motivation
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