My aha moment was I think the same that the majority of the group in the video and that was, the "Mapping An Event". At most of the events I've gone to all the sign-in and registrations are in the front of the room. For me, I definitely like to get the feel for the room before encountering a check-in booth. Having to check-in in the front really feels uncomfortable to me, although, that is probably why they have them there.
Have there been any studies that show people the impulsive behaviors of buyers have increased when check-ins and products have been in the front compared to the back?
I've actually used the majority of those cues(and I have been guilty of not following a few). For example, the 1st Exit Cue "Future Mentions" for some people I've talked to usually is a lead into other projects which they talk about a new subject. Once that occurs, I'll say email or text me and good luck with__ then they'll open up with so what are you doing?
The most awkward moment was when I actually do leave, and we end up going the same direction.
Another example is when I was purchasing some property and I had my cord for my phone and my agent called me. I told her I'd call her back because I was driving and I repeated it 3x. It was really frustrating when she said it will be real quick and it lasted for 10 minutes.
I have had a few violations of these interactions as well though most exits were mid-thoughts.
Lastly, I found the handshake science interesting. I have had a few fishy, clammy handshakes as well as handshakes that were past firm. Other handshakes I've received could have given me whiplash
The decoding of the handshake positions of either hand above or below to show submissiveness was interesting.
What are your thoughts regarding gestures such as a man kissing a woman's hands or royalty where they would kiss the ring of royalty?