Most of the time, the way we react and respond to people depend on three types of hormones in our brain:
What is Dopamine? how your brain generates dopamine hormone when you witness something that has an element of suspense, sharpness, and deepness.
As I entered the room, what awaited me swept me off my feet. I’d never seen anything like that before.
Dopamine alerts you. It increases your attention, focus, and comprehension. You’re more likely to remember things in the presence of this hormone.
What is Oxytocin?
Oxytocin is associated with emotions like sympathy, affection, and attachment.
He helplessly witnessed his son taking his last breath as his son paid the price of his folly. Leaving him unvaccinated turned catastrophic as it was bound to.
Oxytocin makes you connect with other people. You feel a sense of connection with them. You feel their pain. And you’re more likely to have built a sense of emotional attachment with them.
What is Endorphin?
What is Endorphin it is totally about the funny stuff? Your brain produces it when you are joyful. When you laugh.
It lightens your mood. It relieves your stress. It makes you feel light. You’re more likely to stay around people.
How Do Start A Presentation
- Analyze your audience. Which of the three emotions is likely to work on them.
- For example, you’re supposed to give a talk on the importance of vaccination. You’ll start with telling how not vaccinating children costed so many lives and produce oxytocin in your audience’s brain.
- Or you’re to give a college presentation—let’s suppose on The validity of so-called honesty test. Start with saying something sharp that earns your audience’s attention quickest as the result of dopamine.
- You could be in a family gathering. Start with a joke. Endorphin definitely works on your relatives. It works on everyone.
I have no blood in my veins. I have ink.