What is rapport?
Webster defines rapport as “A close and harmonious relationship in which people or groups understand each other's feelings or ideas and communicate well.”
How would you like to
• Develop a strong feeling of connection with anyone, even strangers?
• Establish deeper, more empathetic connections?
• Be able to feel what other people are feeling and sometimes even know what they’re thinking?
• Be able to transfer what you’re feeling to other people?
• Increase your influence with others? (After all, are you more influenced by someone who is articulate … or someone you feel really connected with?)
• Have people feel like you “get” them?
Conversely, how would you like to learn how to elegantly break rapport to get away from that annoying person who’s wasting your time?
Before I learned how to create it, I always thought rapport was something you find you have sometimes and other times you don’t. But did you know that rapport is actually a process that can be learned?
You can use rapport for:
• Getting dates
• Getting along with coworkers
• Job interviews
• Getting raises
• Getting upgrades at hotels
• The most important relationships in your life
Rapport is both a mystical, magical art and a science.
You’ll use rapport to make all your interactions with people smoother, easier, more cooperative and deeper.
Come learn how to create instant rapport!