How many times have you been faced with a situation of knowing whether you can believe someone (or something) or not? Have you ever wondered if there is a way you can tell who is being truthful and how to know if you can believe something or someone?
And if there is…how to deal with someone when they know the truth (of what they’re hiding) is about to be uncovered?
In this podcast episode Chaney discusses what to look for in knowing who and what to believe…along with knowing how to approach situations with people that are avoiding being truthful.
Here’s what you’ll also discover:
- What it really means when someone gives you vague responses such as “shortly”, “soon”, “in a little while”, “later”, and “I’ll let you know.”
- What “backdoor vagueness” is and how this is a major factor involved in knowing who and what to believe.
- How knowing (and getting) the specifics and details are involved in knowing who (and what) to believe.
- How to deal with someone that avoids being truthful (by being vague) while knowing if you’re definitely able to believe them or not.
- Why people allow others to avoid being truthful (by giving vague responses)…and what to do to get the truth from someone.
- What to look for in knowing whether someone has something to “hide” from you (and what to do about it).
- What THE driving force is in getting the truth from people (while knowing who and what to believe).
- What it is that puts you in situations you don’t want to be in (and how you can change this).
- An example of how to deal with day to day type situations when someone is trying to avoid being truthful.
- How to deal with people that may get angry with you when you’re asking them for the specifics and details in uncovering the truth (and of something they’re likely hiding from you).
- What it takes to stand firm on your part when going about finding out who to believe (and in the process getting the truth).
- What to do when it comes to making and believing (or not believing) promises made by someone to you.
- How to deal with someone that gets angry with you when you’re being truthful to them.
- How to be aware of the vague generalities that people give you in order to avoid the truth.