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The Benjamin Franklin Effect

A psychological phenomenon that causes people to like someone more after they do them a favor, especially if they dislike the helped person. 

You can use it to benefit and protect yourself when interacting with others.

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Facts Related To The Ben Franklin Effect

  • Research shows that being kind to someone increases how much you like that person.
  • Being asked a favor can make one feel acknowledged for their expertise, which can cause them to develop more positive feelings toward the person asking for help.
  • The negative Benj...

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Using The Benjamin Franklin Effect

  • Remember that the favor matters more than its scope. In most cases, the increase in rapport comes from the fact that the other person does you a favor.
  • Use reciprocity, by performing a small favor shortly before asking for one.
  • After asking for a favor, perfo...

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Use the Ben Franklin effect - Ask a favor

Use the Ben Franklin effect - Ask a favor

The Benjamin Franklin effect is a psychological phenomenon that causes us to like someone more after we do that person a favor.

So asking for help is one of the best things you could do to be perceived as an influential person.

What the Benjamin Franklin Effect is

A person who voluntarily does you a favor is more likely to do you another favor than if they had received a favor from you. 

It means that you grow to like people for whom you do favors for and dislike people you harm.

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