HOW TO OBSERVE like Sherlock Holmes – 5 Hyper Observant Techniques



You will learn how to observe and think like Sherlock Holmes using 5 observation techniques used by the character in the movies and books. So many people spend their days wondering what others think of them, if they will mess up in a conversation, or how they look. If you’re actually trying to increase your observation skills, spend your energy and focus on others, not just yourself. To become a better observer, you must put away distractions. How can you notice subtle changes in body language or the size of someone’s pupils if your phone has all your attention? Just take and turn on one of those foreign films, but don’t watch it for the storyline. Instead, pay super close attention to the body language of the characters. Sherlock Holmes is great at deciphering other languages using just body language and tone of voice. This video is for both Robert Downey Jr. and Benedict Cumberbatch Sherlock Holmes characters, as they are pretty amazing and have great observing techniques and tips.

Sherringford Holmes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_1saCPSYO8BoFiTouoPuYw
The Art of Deduction: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQmHBqRMVlyO9zTrKVzDWgw

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47 comments

  1. I dont know. If watching movie could do anything related to observe , bcs we r dealing with real human with random things to do instead a set up human. In case those are for a movie observation , or analyzing the possible coming of climax, that would be helpful

    Personal think, pls judgme if im wrong

  2. Collaboration with your commentary is good.
    Too many channels just turns their channel over to another Youtube and not add anything about what was said.
    It’s like they had a substitute while off on vacation or something.
    If I toon in to watch Jim, I don’t necessarily want to listen to Tony unless Jim adds comments.

  3. You missed a key element and it was very obliquely as I felt. But of understanding others and understanding psychology is to understand yourself and understand your own behaviour. Assess and analyse like you would to another person. That's one of the rudiments to psychology and observation.

  4. Basically Sherlock doesn't have any kind of filter when it comes to observing. Not his emotion, his ego, or anything. He just let everything go to him even the most trivial things such as how many tiles are there in the room. It may be a bliss to have such an ability, or a curse.

  5. For the second one "NOTICE CHANGES" I saw the difference in about 1 or 2 seconds the man on the far right but the viers left in the first column of the third row the man is not holding a lightbulb he's holding something gray that has a handle. It took me longer to see the man smiling because I was writing this.

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