You are 343 times more inclined to get what you ask for, when you do it in person.

Millennials are doing it wrong and it could cost them big time. If you want someone to do you a favor, go old school, ask for a favor in person, not via email.

 

A recent study showed that asking face-to-face has a 72% success rate, while email results in a paltry 0.21%. 18 to 22-year-olds vastly OVER ESTIMATE the power of email.

You are 343 times more inclined to get what you ask for, when you do it in person.

It seems it’s harder to say no when you are right there with someone.