Zegist Question and Answer


#1

Wouldn’t it be amazing if there was a free, easy to use resource that allowed you to get your most burning questions answered? Questions like… “Does Clark Kent put on a costume to become Superman, or does Superman put on a costume to become Clark Kent?”, “If unicorns exist, what are the implications?” and probably the most philosophical of questions “What is the proper way to sample cheese?”

Luckily, there IS a tool for these debate-worthy questions—and much more: Zegist Q&E

So y’all should ask your heart burning questions and my team and I would make sure we answer your questions.
Thanks


#2

:fire::fire::fire:


#4

Zegest is like the Nigerian Quora


#5

What are some lesser known/ understood psychological facts?


#8
  1. When a group of people laugh, each member of the group will instinctively look at the person they feel closest to.

  2. While negotiating with someone leave your hands and palms visible, this is the sign of trustworthiness.

  3. Nodding your head while talking or asking a question will make the other person more inclined to agree with you.

  4. While telling a lie adding an embarrassing detail can make it more believable.

  5. If you ask someone a question and they only partially answer just wait and stay silent, they will usually continue talking.

  6. People remember unfinished things better. If a song stuck in your head than think about the last few lines and you will forget it faster. This is called Zeigarnik Effect.

  7. Getting someone to do a favor for you makes them like you more.

  8. Chewing gum can relieve stress. Chew some during an exam or while doing something stressful.

  9. Keep an eye on people’s feet. When talking with someone you can figure out if they are interested in the conversation by looking at their feet. If they are aimed at you, they are listening, but if they are aiming elsewhere, they rather want to leave the conversation.

  10. If you meet someone for the first time, and you have hard time remembering names, just say it multiple times. For example, in the first conversation, say things like “Hello {name}”, “Nice to meet you {name}” or “Where are you from {name}”. Say it at least 3 times in the first minutes of the conversation and you won’t forget it.

  11. If you meet someone, show excitement, this way the other person will be excited about the meeting too.

  12. Smile and keep eye contact. While in conversation, smile at the other person and keep eye contact more than 60% of the time.

Thank me later.