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A scalpel in the hand of a surgeon can be an amazing instrument. But the same tool in the hand of a person choosing to do harm is dangerous. The knowledge on how to read someone’s behavior is the same thing, either beneficial or detrimental, based on the person’s intentions.
Today’s guest is Chase Hughes. Chase is a retired US Navy Chief and is the leading military and intelligence behavior expert with 20 years of creating the most advanced behavior skill courses and tactics available worldwide. He is a Harvard educated neuroscientist, keynote speaker, and the author of two bestselling books. He teaches elite groups of government agencies on behavior science skills, including behavior profiling, non-verbal analysis, deception detection, interrogation, and advanced behavioral investigation.Show Notes:
- [1:08] - Chase shares his background as a US Navy Chief and his current work in educating others on behavior science skills.
- [2:45] - Chase tells the story of losing a friend as inspiration to grow his knowledge.
- [4:51] - Hidden stress signals are universal.
- [7:04] - At a certain point of understanding behaviors, Chase sees a world that is hidden right in front of everyone.
- [8:06] - In learning behaviors, focus on learning one at a time until you notice them in your day-to-day life.
- [10:03] - When it comes to psychopaths, there are certain behaviors that are hard to spot.
- [12:01] - Chase does an activity with Chris to demonstrate eye movement.
- [15:18] - When it comes to interrogation and questioning, these eye movements are very telling.
- [17:13] - Women are naturally very good at reading behavior.
- [18:02] - We learn to lie first with our face.
- [20:10] - What is a detail mountain and a detail valley?
- [23:07] - There is a reason we fall so hard for con artists and cult leader personalities.
- [25:10] - All kinds of influence follow this exact model every time: Perception, Context, Permission.
- [27:58] - The second thing that Chase teaches is how to access the mammalian brain.
- [30:36] - Anything we feel emotion about is memorized.
- [33:21] - The more we learn about this, the better we are at avoiding being manipulated.
- [34:58] - These tactics are also tools for good parenting. What is the end goal of these tools?
- [37:10] - Chase discusses some examples of the models he teaches.
- [39:41] - When it comes to confidence, people look at situations through a hierarchy lens.
- [41:10] - Chase shares the titles of his books and what they are about.
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