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Social Engineering and Practical Psychology by Matt Kendall

It is rare that the best person for the job is promoted, that the most suitable romantic partner is chosen and some people just seem to get away with everything. Why do you often take an instant like or dislike to someone without even speaking to them? The answer is social engineering and practical psychology. 

When you know how to get along with people, life becomes your playground. Have you ever wanted to learn more about why people are the way they are and how to get more of what you want? When you start to learn about human behaviour you can start to have great influence both socially and professionally. 

It isn’t the smartest and best people who get to the top, it is those who know how to get along with others! In this talk we are going to take a practical look at several areas of social engineering and practical psychology. Not only will it be interested, you are going to learn a lot that you can implement in everyday life. 

• Why first impressions count 

• How to extrapolate huge amounts of information from the smallest of actions 

• How to generate real rapport 

• Why stereotypes save you a lot of time 

• How to be popular and reputation management 

• The role of social media and your online persona 

• Social status, what is it and how to get it 

• Group dynamics and identity roles 

• Conflict management 

• How psychology applies in dating 

• How to get people to like you 

Getting along with people, building real relationships based on trust and having a great reputation will get you everywhere in life. This talk promises to not be politically correct, it will break many social norms and some people are likely to be offended. Fun times! 

Matt Kendall 

From an early age Matt understood social dynamics and had a huge interest in psychology. Since his early 20’s Matt has run businesses and studied persuasion and influence skills, which has made him a natural marketer. 

Matt has set up and managed a range of businesses, from band and club promotion through to business networking. Matt is a trained Hypnotherapist and specialises in social anxiety. For 4 years he worked as the head dating coach at Europe’s biggest dating skills company for men, he also worked at a female dating company for a shorter period of time. 

Theory is not Matt’s thing! He is a very practical person. In all the talks, workshops and trainings he delivers he ensures that those attending will leave with a practical skill set and not a “mindset”.

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  • Matt K.

    Hey guys. It has been an interesting day. Please make sure you check your email as I have sent you all a message in regards to this talk. Matt

    February 22, 2014

  • Graham C.

    I thought there were a couple of interesting ideas, but I was generally disappointed with the content and presentation, sorry!

    February 22, 2014

  • Matt K.

    Hey guys. Hope you enjoyed last night. We will get the videos sorted for you ASAP. For those who are interested in learning more about conversation and persuasion, I will be running my 1 day workshop for the last time in April. I offer a 200% money back guarantee on this. It is 4 hours of content and practical exercises. Please book ASAP as it will sell out

    February 21, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Great advice dispensed with much humour and at a bargain price - many thanks Matt

    1 · February 20, 2014

  • Beverley

    Always a lively talk from Matt, with lots of thought provoking content. Funny and practical too. Thanks Matt!

    1 · February 20, 2014

  • Michelle

    I always look forward to Matts talks and this talk was no different. I enjoyed the variety of content and cant wait to see Matt talk again!

    1 · February 20, 2014

  • Matt K.

    All questions about cancelling tickets and refunds can be found here

    February 18, 2014

    • Margaret B.

      Simon - you can take my spot as I won't be able to make it now:-(

      February 20, 2014

    • Simon

      Thanks so much Margaret. Sadly I was only able to log in and see this too late!

      February 20, 2014

  • joanna

    Hello, I'm still coming but my friend can't make it tonight, So u can take his spot if anybody's interested..

    February 20, 2014

    • Stephanie B.

      Can I have the spot please? I'm just around the corner from the venue.

      February 20, 2014

    • joanna does it work though? I guess u just get in:) I'm there 7.15

      February 20, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Would be interested to attend if there is a place becoming available - will be attending Weds 19th one so you can confirm then if so

    February 17, 2014

  • Anna

    I'm so interested in this subject but can't attend on this date as I'll be in Cuba. I do hope you do it again.

    1 · January 29, 2014

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