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Byline: Cord Cooper
You can influence and often control the attitudes of others by displaying the attitude you want them to adopt.
When you're interacting with someone, you're influencing that person's reactions and even his mood, behavioral expert Les Giblin wrote in "How to Have Confidence and Power in Dealing With People."
The power to influence others through your attitude can be a potent one, he says. The question is, are you using it to your benefit or disadvantage?
When dealing with others, applying a little psychology can produce a range of benefits, Giblin says. Such as:
Controlling anger in others. If you start before a …