You’re 343 Times More Likely to Get Someone To Do Something If You Ask Face-to-Face, Not Over Email

I’m about to give you a MAGICAL way to get people to start doing favors for you. But quick warning: It WILL require human interaction.

A new study found people are WAY more likely to help someone when they ask face-to-face, not over email. In the study, 72% of people did a favor when someone asked face-to-face . . . but only 0.21% did it when someone asked over email.

That means you’re 343 times more likely to get someone to help you out if you ask them in person . . . where they can’t HIDE behind their computer.