The £100,000 split or steal video and how to spot the liar!

The £100,000 split or steal video and how to spot the liar!

This clip from the tv show Golden Balls is ruthless but it’s possible to use statement analysis to notice the liar before it happens, watch the first video first and then the second.

This article is part of ‘Improve yourself‘ a category designed to show ways people may scam you, how companies trick you and most importantly how you can improve your life by doing something you love doing.

The original clip:

Things to look out for:

  • Covering of the mouth
  • Listen and understand the exact words that have been used, don’t interpret it yourself!
  • Look for direct statements e.g. “I am going to split this”
  • Listen to the statement/sentence precluding the statement of intent. Does this change what the statement of intent means?

The analysis of the video (thanks to SocialChâteau):

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