Life coach Francesca Tighinean is a powerhouse on TikTok with over 400k followers. Most of her content, including videos, is hinged on love, romance, attraction, and dating. The TikToker is also passionate about psychology and had been going to self-development seminars since she was 15-Year-Old. However, her newest is hinged on the latter, and mainly the topic is psychology tricks to make people instantly like you.
Francesca Tighinean has shared nine simple steps that will apparently make someone instantly like you more.
It has incredibly become popular, garnering millions of views. In particular, Francesca, who is based in the United States but originally from Romania, ran through several ways which she claimed will help make others like you, including asking them for a favor and using their name more. Scroll through the listed below and ensure to take the ones that you think will be most useful.
“We like people that like us. Knowing how to appreciate someone and make compliments will make them like you more. Notice something special about them or say something like, “I really like the way you think.”
“Ask people for their advice. Making them feel like their opinion matters. According to research done by Katie Liljenquist makes them form a commitment to you and makes them like you more. Example:
“What do you think I should order?”
“I think you should get the vegan burger; it’s really good.”
“Ok, I’ll get that! Thank you!”
“Aw, I feel like I like you already.”
“When you talk to someone, try to match your body language and talk at the same volume and speed as they are. This will tell the subconscious mind that you are like them, and they will trust you more.”
“Ask people to do a small favor for you. This is called the Benjamin Franklin effect. Say something like Hey, can you pass me the salt, please? Their subconscious mind thinks that they like you because they’re doing you a favor.”
“Call people by their name. We absolutely love hearing our name called by someone else because it makes us feel important and appreciated.”
“Instead of responding immediately after someone says something to you. Wait a couple of seconds. This makes them feel like you’re really thinking about what you’re going to reply. And it makes you seem like a better listener.
“When you’re talking in a group, give credit and compliment other people. For instance, if you’re saying a story, highlight something that someone did well. People will want to stick around you more.”
“In a conversation when someone is talking, nod your head in affirmation. This will do so many things to their brain. First of all, it will give them that feeling of validation. It will make them feel like you’re truly listening to them, and it is that feeling of validation that we search for unconsciously, that we got from our mom, and we’re searching for our partner; we’re searching for other people. So it becomes addictive when you do this, and you make people feel validated.”
“When you’re talking to someone, always show the palms of your hands. This communicates to their subconscious mind that you have nothing to hide, that you are open, that they can trust you, and you are their friend.”
In an interview with BoredPanda, Francesca pointed out that a lot of effort goes into each video and urged everyone to do their research. She claimed that the best way to see if something is true or not is to test it for oneself. Nonetheless, the life coach underwent the NLP Master Practitioner course and had a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from City, University of London.
Francesca suggested showing a vulnerable side, as it triggers the instinct of the other person to protect you.
On her website, Francesca noted that she started her self-development journey when she was 15 Years Old, and that was also when she participated in her first self-development seminar. She assists clients with various issues ranging from healing past wounds to improving their relationships in her professional world. She also counsels people, offers private life coaching, and has extensive experience volunteering at different organizations.
Similarly, she suggested ‘anchoring,’ Which means making a certain gesture, such as touching loved ones’ hands.