DIY: Art of Bullshitting 101 Step By Step to becoming PRO

This is do it yourself guide to How to become pro at bullshitting with easy steps. Here we explore this subject and find out the best way to master the art of  bullshitting anyone at anytime and anywhere. You can begin anywhere, let it be streets, ATM queues, hotels, bars restaurants. Once you master it, you feel unbeatable.

Lets begin:

Step 1 : Understand the difference among bullshitting, sarcasm, criticizing, negative feedback and others.  Bullshitting can be used as tool to make you appear super confident who can not be confronted on anything. Remember your confidence is key to everything. Keep yourself available to learn new things and be receptive. Remember your goal is not make somebody feel idiot or stupid. Your main goal is to establish yourself as smart person who is capable of doing things his own way.

Step 2 : Practice small. Find an unknown topic, subject, matter about which you do not know absolutely nothing. let’s say, You know nothing about tea bags except that you dip them in hot water to prepare tea.  Weave a great narration around it. Suppose that you are going tell the people, the essence of using tea bags after they have been used. Can you do that? Yes you can !!! Try it. Find similar other subjects.

Step 3 :  As you begin to speak to someone, begin with their name. First few lines must not be about the subject but the problems with subject.  Travel them through their own issues. Read them and throw it back to them. It will make them feel home. You would appear to have the solutions to their problems. Offer them little and bigger hopes of finding solutions with you.

Step 4 :  If someone asks you question. Ignore them for few seconds and them come back to them with following sentence, “You have a question for me”, “What is your question”.  Or better,  “Are you asking me a question?” . Say nothing after that, wait to hear it from them. Most of the people mellow after they hear those sentences from you.

Step 5 : Improve with time and practice. Remember that your aim is not make someone feel emotionally low.

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