E25 — Yes Or No — Deception Tips Podcast


Deception Tip 25: The longer it takes to answer a simple yes or no question, the more suspicious the target should be.

Hello and welcome to the deception tips podcast where you will learn amazing cues to detect deceit that will help you read people like never before. I’m your host Spencer Coffman. Let’s get started.

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Welcome back to the deception tips podcast. This is Episode 25, thanks for tuning in. Last week, we talked about some symmetrically in expressions. We also spoke of truthfulness and pledging truthfulness. People often overemphasize or over pledge the truth.

Hopefully, you’ve had some chances to interact with other people and it would be really cool if you have noticed someone using one of these intro statements such as ‘to be honest’ or ‘I’m not going to lie’ or ‘to tell you the truth’ etc.

Because if you’ve noticed that, it means that what you heard last week has taken root and taken effect in your life and you are starting to become more aware of your surroundings and more aware of what other people are saying and doing because of listening to this episode, or this podcast series really.

And that is excellent because that is why I do this. That is why these episodes are made, they’re made for you so that you can learn more about body language and behavior, and never be lied to again.

Obviously, you’ll be lied to, but you will not fall for these lies if you can spot the truth and spot this deception, which is the sole purpose. Because we can be trained, we can train ourselves to see deception and to spot lies.

It’s just a question of whether or not we will allow ourselves to be trained and to see those deception signs and those lies. Because a lot of people are very happy in their little world of fantasy or being lied to. Ignorance is bliss and a lot of people love bliss. That’s not you or you wouldn’t be listening to this episode or…

Body Language Tips By Spencer Coffman

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