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  1. Here’s a cool exercise you can do with a friend. Have them tell three lies but pretend they are telling the truth. Then have them tell three truths, and act like they are telling the truth. This will let you calibrate their “truth” energy and their “lie” energy. Energy, of course, means the sum total of all their facial expressions, micro-movements and voice tone. Too much to perceive consciously. But if you are relaxed enough (why it’s good to do this with a friend) then you can “feel” the difference. It’s kind of subconscious to subconscious communication. Nothing magical or mystical. But when we pick up things subconsciously, instead of getting actual thoughts and data, we get feelings. And since most of the time our feelings are a mix of a ton of random stuff, it’s VERY NOISY. But when you do this lie-detector experiment with a friend, with practice you can get a clearly identifiable, “lie energy” feeling when your friend lies. The trick is to then have your friend tell you a mix of lies and truths where ONLY THEY know which is a lie and which is the truth. If you CALIBRATE correctly, you’ll be able to tell. And usually it seems VERY OBVIOUS. If you are VERY SNEAKY, you can do this without them knowing. Get them to say something that you know is a lie, but they think you believe it’s true. This may take some time, and you’ll have to be creative. But once you CALIBRATE their “lie energy” they’ll never be able to lie to you again. This is essentially what people do when they play poker. They watch the other players VERY CAREFULLY. And they remember the stuff they do when they are bluffing. Later, they call these “tells.” This is also why poker players wear baseball hats and sunglasses. To hide their tells. All this is an indication of how we are ALWAYS sending and receiving information. Most of us are sending a whole jumble of mixed signals. Most of us are focused inward (worry, anxiety, etc) as much as we are focused outward. This is why it seems to mysterious when you do the lie detector exercise with a friend. But there’s another cool way to use this idea. And that is to practice radiating a specific emotion. Something positive and enjoyable. First, you’ll need to practice this at home. So when you radiate that emotion, it is strong, pure, and congruent. Then go out in public and radiate that SAME emotional “frame.” The results are fantastic. Because EVERYBDOY will not only notice, but they will VERY MUCH enjoy YOUR frame. Much more than their own. People will be naturally attracted to you. They’ll make up excuses to be physically near you. They’ll make up excuses to start conversations with you. And that’s just the beginning. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/pre-framing/
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    How To Practice Thinking

    Being a good speaker is considered to be a particular skill. Being a good writer is also considered to be a particular skill. A common experience is to read a lot of books by a particular writer. Then you go and see him or her speak, and you’re a bit under-whelmed. Once a friend of mine and I in college had that experience. There was one professor that had written a philosophy textbook. And it was a pretty cool textbook. At least we thought so at the time. When we found out he was coming to campus to give a speech, we were excited. Until we saw him speak. My friend was so dismayed, he started killing time by counting how often this speaker said, “uh...” while he was speaking. He was absolutely brilliant in writing. But you wouldn’t know it by how he spoke. This is why we consider speaking and writing to be two different skills. But in reality, they are very tightly connected. To be a good speaker, OR to be a good writer, you first have to be a good THINKER. With average thoughts, the BEST you can possibly be is an average speaker OR writer. But here’s the thing. You CANNOT practice one or the other WITHOUT simultaneously practicing your thinking. If you practice speaking, you must also practice thinking. If you practice writing, you must also practice thinking. So in a roundabout way, you can IMPROVE your speaking without actually speaking. Meaning if you practice writing, this will improve your thinking. Then it’s just a matter of EXPRESSING those thoughts. Since you have already mastered how to THINK those thoughts. The other way is much more difficult. Imagined if you ONLY practice thinking by practicing speaking. This would take a lot longer. Because you could only improve your thinking as you spoke. Not just in random conversations with friends, but in actual speeches in front of people. Clearly, if you ONLY practiced thinking by practicing giving speeches, it would take a while. But practicing thinking through writing would significantly accelerate the quality of your thought. Especially if you followed a specific training program. Designed to make you INCREDIBLY persuasive. Most people practice writing simply by writing. This would be like practicing basketball without a coach, and just playing with whoever was down at the playground. But if you practiced writing by following a set of drills and specific techniques, you could improve very quickly. Which means if you ever switched over to speaking, it would just be a matter of expressing the highly developed thoughts already in mind. After all, thinking, writing and speaking are skills. And like all skills, the more you practice, the better you get. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
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    People Training

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    Third Level Persuasion

    The first level of persuasion is the features and benefits level. This is when you memorize as many “reasons” why your idea should be accepted by them. It’s almost like a performance. You need to be articulate, charismatic, and strong willed. To the extent that enough of your ideas sound good to them, they’ll accept them. The more charismatic you are, the more effective this will be. The more attractive you are (halo effect) the easier this will be. The second level is when you ASK them what they want. Turn off your own brain for a minute, and expand THEIR desires as much as possible. Then carefully take THEIR desires and covertly “rearrange” them so they match what YOU would like them to do. This is the Dale Carnegie strategy. That you can get anybody to do anything so long as they think it was their idea. This is EXTREMELY effective. No charisma required. No halo effect required. No memorized list of features and benefits required. You DO have to develop enough rapport for them to TRUST YOU with their deep desires. This is the tough part. You can’t just walk up to a stranger and expect them to start spilling their guts. That's where the THIRD level of persuasion comes in. It combines the BEST of both parts. You do all the talking, so they don’t have to. But you already KNOW the things they want. You already KNOW their deep desires. So when you describe YOUR ideas in the terms of THEIR deep desires, something pretty cool will happen. One, they’ll naturally go along with whatever you want them to. Two, they’ll be ASTOUNDED that you, somebody they just met, knows SO MUCH about them. How is this possible? By first going inside your own mind. And drilling down beneath the surface structure ideas that make us SEEM separate from one another. And getting to that DEEP LEVEL where we are all very similar. When you speak to them on THIS level, it will FEEL familiar. This will give them a wonderful mix of emotions. One, they will FEEL that you KNOW them. Two, they’ll recognize they just met you. Those two mixed together will add up to a belief in your telepathic skills. Or at the very least your DEEP UNDERSTANDING of them as individuals. So even if you don’t persuade them to do anything, even if you just MENTION a few deep truths about them, they’ll NEVER forget you. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/cold-reading/
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    Self Healing Toothaches

    A common idea in self help is that what we resist, persists. This is a very simple statement, and it’s true only in certain situations. Generally it means that if we ignore something, it doesn’t make it go away. It only makes it worse. For example, if you’ve got a physical problem, and you ignore it, it might get worse. If you have an open wound, and you ignore it, it will get infected and could potentially kill you. This is true with emotional issues as well. If you have some kind of fear or anxiety that you don’t address, it will get worse. Or if you have an issue with one of your coworkers, and you ignore it, hoping it will go away, it will tend to get worse. On the other hand, sometimes these types of problems DO go away. You might have a toothache, for example. And you might “resist” the idea of going to the dentist. But the toothache might actually go away on it’s own. Our bodies are pretty resilient, and often times they CAN heal themselves. One way resistance shows up is when we pre-frame the resistance of others. It’s kind of a weird way of looking at things, but often times people respond to us how we respond to us. To see this, imagine two people. One guy is super confident. Another guy is super nervous. They both same the SAME THING to two different girls. The confident guy is successful. The nervous guy is not. Clearly, the words are irrelevant. The nervous guy IMAGINED failure, this made him nervous and he failed. The confident guy IMAGINED success, this made him confident, and he succeeded. The trick then, whenever talking to others, in any kind of persuasive way, where you have a specific outcome in mind, is to ASSUME CONFIDENCE. Of course, this is easier said that done. It’s like saying, “All you need to do to lose weight is eat less and exercise more!” If it were only that easy! But there is a trick you can do. To guarantee a good outcome. (unfortunately this only works with communication, not with weight loss!) And that is to forget about YOUR ideas. And talk to the other person about THEIR ideas. When you are super confident, it gives the other person a good feeling. And it’s that good feeling that makes whatever you say work. But you don’t have to really be confident to create a good feeling. You just need to talk to them about things they feel good about. This means looking at the ideas in THEIR head, and forgetting about the ideas in your head. This will make them feel good, and WANT to keep talking to you, no matter HOW you feel. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/sell-anything/
  6. Isaac Newton is considered a genius. He wrote a book on physics that accurately described the world. So much that the world was considered “Newtonian.” But then as people learned about more and more stuff, it turns out that “Newtonian” physics was just an approximation. On a very large scale, things were “relativistic” because of Einstein’s general and special theories of relativity. And on a very tiny scale, things made even less sense. One of my favorite metaphors of science is that knowledge is like an island. The stuff we don’t know is like the ocean. And finding new “knowledge” is like finding a new piece of coastline on an island. But for each couple hundred yards of coastline you discover, there’s WAY MORE ocean out there that goes with it. The more we discover, the more we realize just how absolutely clueless we really are. One thing that makes things much more difficult is that our brains are capable of some pretty fantastic hallucinations. Ancient humans sat around, looked up at the stars and came up with some deeply complex myths and metaphors. We still do the same thing. This CAN make things WAY more complicated than they need to be. For example, you’ve got a hunter and his prey. Both want to live. But one wants to eat the other. If the prey runs away, it will live. If the hunter kills the prey, he and his tribe survive. On an internal, human consciousness level, this can represent and epic struggle of good vs. evil. But on the surface, it’s simply a matter of one organism acting on its environment to acquire the needed calories (energy) for survival. Many things can be seen through this simple dichotomy. Super simple and basic, OR, super complicated and metaphysical. Often we humans tend to WAY overcomplicate things. We overthink, over worry, over analyze. One of the ways we do this is whenever we try and persuade others. We have all these massively complicated reasons why we think the OTHER person should do what we want. And the more worried we get, the more complex these reasons become. But if you switch to the simple model, your reasons aren’t important at all. All you need to do is expand their desires, and you can attach them to anything. This is hard. Because turning off your own desires and reasons makes it seem like you are letting them “win.” Maybe in the short run. But if you keep your intention intact, it will happen. But it will happen for THEIR reasons. If you can accept this idea, of getting people to do what YOU want but for THEIR reasons, you can get them to do ANYTHING. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/sell-anything/
  7. Humans and chimps have 98% similar DNA. Most of us don't like to think of ourselves as animals. We like to believe that, as humans, we are special. From inside our own brains, it sure seems that way. But tons of experiments say otherwise. The Milgram experiment shows we'll do whatever an authority figure tells us do. Few will resist. The Asch experiment shows that we'll do whatever our social peers will do, even when we KNOW it's the wrong thing. Few will resist. If you walk down the street and accidentally make eye contact with somebody, it will be HARD to not bump into them. Because once we make eye contact, we AUTOMATICALLY get into rapport. It's hard to not bump into them (and them into us) because we are AUTOMATICALLY mirroring each other. Even when BOTH of us are consciously trying to NOT bump into each other, EACH of us (or our subconscious minds) are mirroring each other. If you have ever decided to try the willpower diet, you know how impossible it is. When our INSTINCTS tell us to do something, it's impossible to resist. (Just like the Borg: Resistance Is Futile!) So, despite how "distasteful" it may seem to compare ourselves to chimps, it's also VERY helpful. One thing they notice when studying chimps is STATUS is EVERYTHING. The higher the status, the "better" the life. With high enough status, sex (relationships) and food (money) is a RESULT. Below a certain status, both sex and food has to be chased. One DOES NOT equate to the other. Quite often, the MORE you chase one, the LESS you get of the other. This only goes for those chimps BELOW a certain level of social status. Above a certain level, both sex and food are a result. This very much seems to be true in human animals as well. The more STATUS you have, the EASIER things are. So, the MONEY question, how, exactly does one GET status? Luckily, for us humans, there are PLENTY of ways. You can invent something, like Gates. Become a world class investor, like Buffet. You can play sports really well. You can be a charismatic politician. But there is a MUCH EASIER way. One thing that triggers the "that person has high status" instinct is standing up and speaking. When there are a bunch of people sitting and listening, and one guy or gal is standing up and talking, the person talking is going to AUTOMATICALLY trigger the "high status" instinct in EVERYBODY. Despite how terrifying it might seem, getting up and speaking will trigger that high status instinct. But you can make it MUCH more powerful. By speaking hypnotically. By moving people's minds in way that will LAST. Kind of like creating a high status MEME of YOU. That will spread from brain to brain. Like a virus. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/public-speaking-hypnosis/
  8. If you want to be successful, you can go about it two ways. One is to do what people say you should do to be successful. Another is to simply try different things and see what works. If all you did was do what people told, you wouldn't get very far. Because they would see you as somebody to easily take advantage of. Since you were always asking others what to do. On the other hand, if all you did was learn by trial and error, it may take a LONG time. Naturally, you need a mix of both. One way to "kind of" ask others what to do is not ask directly. If you carefully watch what others do, you will learn a lot. But this only gives you HALF of the story. If that. Why only half? Because if you are going to copy success, you not only have to copy what successful people do, but what they don't do. But you can't really tell what they don't do, since they aren't doing it. And you'd also have to find out what and how they are thinking. So, just ask them, right? Maybe. Because if they suspect you might be competing with them, they might not tell you everything. Imagine setting up a hot dog stand next to another, very successful, hot dog stand. Think they would tell you all their secrets? Not likely! Some things, though, you CAN figure out on your own. And some things you HAVE TO figure out on your own. When selling hot dogs, it's pretty easy. Make sure they taste good, are affordable etc. But the more complicated the "thing" is, the more you'll have to learn on your own. Generally speaking, though, MANY things have plenty of overlapping areas of success. One of those is how well you communicate. No matter what kind of "thing" you are going to do, how well you communicate will have a HUGE impact on how well you do. In fact, doing something like selling hot dogs is one thing where communication is NOT needed very much. Any other skill you learn, any other relationship you need to create, the better you can communicate, the better you'll do. And the more WAYS you can communicate, the better you'll do. So if you can not only learn, but MASTER the most difficult kind of communication, you'll be light years ahead of everybody else. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/public-speaking-hypnosis/
  9. The most moving messages are always in the form of a story. One of the longest lasting sales pages of all time was for the Wall Street Journal. The WSJ itself is a highly technical resource with advanced economic and business insights. But the sales letter, used for decades, had nothing to do with that. It was only about two similar characters. Two average guys from two average towns. They each went to an average college and got average degrees. Both met average women and had average families. Both started with average jobs. But one guy stayed average, while the other guy make buckets of cash. The difference? One had access to specialized information. The other guy had the same information everybody else had. And because he had that same information that everybody else had, he made the same decisions and did the same things everybody else did. And got the same level of income. The sales letter didn't even need to draw conclusions. They left that up to the reader. To decide whether they wanted to stay average. Or get access to special information that few people took advantage. The reason this story works is because it is true. Most people are average, by definition. Few people will take the time to learn things that others don't. Even the people that learn things tend to learn the same things from the same places. College, advanced degrees, etc. Only those that learn from unusual sources and apply that unusual information in unusual ways will get things beyond average. Telling stories is like language. It's natural, instinctive. So most don't think of it as something to improve. But improve you can. Both in your language and how you tell stories. Stories allow you to deliver ideas and messages in ways that few people understand. But because we all like to hear stories, your messages will be profound. Listened to, acted upon, and greatly appreciated. All hidden behind something that most people are afraid of. Which means once you master this, you'll be in a class all your own. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/public-speaking-hypnosis/
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  11. How do you motivate people? When we think of the term, "motivational speaker" we imagine somebody like Tony Robbins. Somebody who is larger that life (literally, lol) and speaking with massive enthusiasm and charisma. Maybe they've got a couple of giant screens up on stage, so the people in the cheap seats can see. The image is much like a rock concert. So when we think of motivating people as individuals, it seems kind of intimidating. Like we have to stand up, use a lot of charismatic gestures, speak from the heart, AND have a lot of decent material. After all, when you go see a Tony Robbins "concert" you kind of just sit there. Similarly, when we think of motivating people on a one-to-one level, we imagine THEY are going to do the listening, and WE are going to do the talking. It IS possible, make no mistake. But it's VERY difficult. It takes a LOT of energy and enthusiasm. Luckily, there is a MUCH easier way. And that much easier way is also much more effective. The only drawback is it can ONLY be done in a one-on-one setting. So if you DO want to become a motivational speaker (from the stage), you'll need to keep working on your stage game. But one-on-one, it's INSANELY easy. Not only that, but this one-on-one technique will affect YOUR listener much more than if they went to a Tony Robbins concert. Why? Because speaking from the stage REQUIRES you use a lot of vague stories and statements. So they can impact EVERYBODY. So they get EVERYBODY worked up to the same level. Only problem that same level is also pretty vague. But in a one on one setting, you can get them EXTREMELY motivated to do VERY SPECIFIC things. And the more specific their motivation, the LONGER they'll stay their mind. How do you do it? When speaking from the stage, you have to hit as many of their buttons as you can. But more importantly, it's an "outside-in" structure. The ideas are coming FROM the stage and going INTO their brains. But in a one-on-one setting, it's the OPPOSITE. You find the deep desires that are already INSIDE their brain, and pull them out. And because all of the information is coming from THEM, you don't really need to have ANY stories or content. You just gotta be able to ask the right questions in the right order. Another cool thing is that you'll be getting them talking about, and excited about, things they have maybe NEVER talked about before. So not only can you get them more motivated than EVER, but they'll remember YOU as being one of the most amazing people they've ever met. WAY more powerful than any super-guru up on a stage. Learn How: Secret Agent Persuasion
  12. Supposedly, you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink. What does this mean exactly? It's one of those sayings that sounds pretty true, and is vague enough to use in many different situations. It's also easy to visualize. A horse standing before some water, and not drinking. It's also easy to imagine trying to push the horse's head down toward the water, but the horse resisting. Because a horse's neck is probably a lot stronger than your arm (or both of them) you probably wouldn't even bother the horse, let alone get him to even think about drinking. When do we use this "truism?" Whenever we get kind of "halfway" to convincing somebody of something. We get the idea in front of them, but they won't bite. Luckily, people aren't horses. You can actually talk to people. And when you "lead people" to certain ideas, you don't do it the same way you "lead" a horse. In fact, YOU aren't doing the leading at all. When you lead a horse, the horse is physically following you. You know it, the horse knows it. But when "you" lead people, it's not really YOU that's doing it. It's their own ideas. And by carefully lining up their own ideas (which come out of their own heads) you can "lead" people to do pretty much anything you want. Consider another way to "lead" a horse as a metaphor. Instead of just pulling on the rope, so the horse just mindlessly follows, imagine putting horse-snacks on the ground in front of him. And these horse-snacks were both delicious and salty. And by placing them strategically, you really COULD not only to lead him to water, but also make him drink. Because he would be thirsty. AND drinking the water would be natural, since he was eating all those salty horse-snacks. The same thing goes with people. Only with people, you can get some pretty fantastic ideas out of their minds, and lead them to some pretty fantastic conclusions. And it will ALWAYS be their idea. Learn How: Secret Agent Persuasion
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    How To Mix Their Ideas

    Combinations can be pretty cool. When I was in High School I worked at a pizza place. People would get some pretty interesting combinations. Some things go pretty well together. Pineapple and ham. Mushroom and onion. Pepperoni and sausage. Other things aren't such a good idea. In chemistry lab our teacher had us work with two different chemicals. He said that under no circumstances should we mix them together. Me, being always curious, took that as a cue to mix them just to see what would happen. And what happened was I got kicked out of class by a very angry chemistry teacher. There are a couple of ideas that everybody has heard. Which means when we hear them we tend to just nod our heads without much thought. But when you fully understand these two concepts, AND combine them, they have an extraordinary amount of persuasive power. The first is, "That which we resist, persists." The more you try to keep something from happening, the more likely it's going to happen. The more you fight against something, the stronger it gets. The second universally known "truism" is "You can get anybody to do anything so long as you convince them it's their idea." This makes sense, of course, because everybody always does things for their own reason. The foundation of covert hypnosis is speaking in purposely vague language so that the other person has to fill in the blanks with their own content. So it will always FEEL like their idea. But what if you don't want to spend a lot of time learning all the language patterns of covert hypnosis? Luckily, there is a VERY EASY way to get them thinking in terms of THEIR idea. But you have to observe the first rule with IRON CLAD secrecy. Surprisingly, the hardest part is letting THEM take all the credit for the awesome idea you just carefully let them decide. See, there's a small part of us that is DYING to be "included" in every conversation. A tiny little, "me too!" voice that wants to participate. That part of us that wants to tell the other person what an AWESOME idea they have. Since it's really YOUR idea, that you carefully led them to, part of you is going to WANT to remind them of that. That is the part they will resist. It's almost like letting somebody win, when they HAVE to believe they really won. If you can keep that secret, you can get anybody to do anything. Learn How: Secret Agent Persuasion
  14. Dale Carnegie was a super hero in his day. His most famous book, "How to Win Friends and Influence People" is what he's known for. But at the time, he had a huge teaching business. In fact, his interactions through his teaching business is how he learned all those rules. The seminars he ran were self confidence through public speaking. You can still take them today. Twelve weeks of intense confidence building through public speaking. If you've read the book, (or seen one of the many infographics summarizing the principles), they you know it's not a bunch of metaphysical hooey. It's common sense, "people logic" that actually works. There's a lot of overlap in his principles and the research of Dr. Cialdini. Cialdini is the guy who INVENTED things like "authority," "social proof," and all those other terms that people throw around without really understanding. Even more impressive, Cialdini didn't invent them in an academic ivory tower like a lot of other psychological mumbo jumbo. He actually went out with his team and did a lot of "field testing." Proper scientific type experiments (repeating tests, removing as many variables as possible) just to make sure he knew what was really happening. And savvy advertisers have been applying those same principles to increase sales by millions of dollars a year. Cialdini's angle is that persuasion isn't an art, it's a science. If you mix the same two chemicals in the same way, you'll get the same result every time. And if you apply the same persuasion techniques in the right way, you'll get the same result. One of Carnegie's most powerful idea is that you can get anybody to do ANYTHING, so long as it satisfies two very important criteria. The first is they have to do it for THEIR reasons. If you are trying to persuade somebody to do something because of what YOU think, you are breaking this important rule. The second is that they have to think it was THEIR idea. So if they even SUSPECT you are trying to influence them, then this rule is broken as well. If you adhere to these two very simple and very powerful rules, it's very easy. If you break either of both of them, then it's just a numbers game, and a low probability one at that. So, the billion dollar question. HOW, exactly do you follow those two rules? How can you communicate to somebody so they do what YOU want for their reasons AND believe it was THEIR idea? Like This: Hypnotic Sales
  15. Tipping points are everywhere. The straw that broke the camels back, the one snowflake that causes an avalanche, etc. Of course, broken backs and avalanches aren't things people generally seek. But the concept is the same. You have everything on one side of a seesaw. And it takes a certain weight to tip the seesaw over. If you keep adding weight, when you reach the tipping point, the seesaw moves. This is the exact same process that happens when we make a decision. Whenever we are contemplating something, we've got a bunch of reasons to NOT do something, and a bunch of reasons TO do something. We keep going over the both sides (often times subconsciously) until one side is more "powerful" than the other. The more the two sides are different (pro or con) the easier or "stronger" the decision will be. For example, if you're at the zoo, and your friend recommends you jumping into the tiger cage to take a selfie, you MIGHT consider the "benefits" (maybe you'd be famous on social media for a day) but then the negatives (getting eaten) would QUICKLY and STRONGLY outweigh the benefits. Likely in much less than a second. On the other hand, if you're strolling down the street on a nice day, what happens when you see a hundred dollar bill on the ground? You may contemplate the negatives for a split second (maybe you're being pranked, maybe it's counterfeit, maybe you're hallucination) but the positives reason to make the decision to reach down and pick it up would QUICKLY overwhelm the negatives. Whenever we try and influence others, the same rules apply. Unfortunately, most people go about it the wrong way. We try and give others reasons to do things according to OUR model of the world. Like your friend trying to get you to jump in the tiger cage. According to HIS model of the world, that would be pretty cool. But according to YOUR model of the world, that's a pretty horrible idea. Alternatively, when you get them thinking in terms of THEIR model of the world, it's a LOT easier. As easy as picking up money off the street. Learn How: Hypnotic Sales
  16. Once I had this job where we had these really goofy meetings. I didn't mind very much, but my coworker hated it. Thing was, he acted like he was always on board DURING those meetings, but then later he'd do nothing but complain. But since we never really got any new assignments because of the meetings, it was just a situation where we had to listen to our boss. Shake your head at the right times, agree when you're supposed to, and you get out without any extra work. I didn't really mind, but he sure did. Later I was in another situation, with another boss who liked to have weekly meetings for more or less the same purpose. And I accidentally used some powerful hypnotic storytelling on her, without really knowing. While we were sitting there waiting for everybody to show up, we were mindlessly chit-chatting. And because we were in a meeting, it reminded me of other meetings. Namely the one I just described. And I said something like: "We used to have these meetings at my old job, but one of my workers absolutely hated them, he would always complain to me about them after the meetings were over." Funny thing is that was the LAST MEETING we ever had. I didn't intend it to happen that way, but that's what happened. Perhaps when I was describing my coworker at my old job, my then boss started wondering if we all complained about the meetings once they were over. Which maybe made her question whether or not we really needed them. But here's the cool part. I never even looked at her when I told her that story. And she NEVER looked at me differently, as if I were some secret "meeting killer." She always acted like it was HER IDEA to stop having meetings. And that little story I told (which was nothing more than the sentence up there in quotes) didn't have ANY "NLP" inside. No nested loops. No spatial anchoring. No embedded commands. No placed pauses. Just some words I spit out, without much thought. Think of what you could do with a little practice! Tell a few simple stories looped together, put in some NLP ninja tricks, and you can get people doing pretty much anything. ALWAYS thinking it was their idea. Learn How: Hypnotic Storytelling
  17. One thing that can get in the way of progress is the "shiny new object" syndrome. For example, let's say you started a weight loss or exercise plan. You were going pretty good for a couple weeks. Let's say you started walking every day. Pretty soon you were ready to start jogging. So you decided to go and buy some new running shoes. While you were at the sporting goods store, you bought a bunch of other stuff. Pretty soon you're more interested in "buying running stuff" than actually running every day. Maybe even putting off training until you got the "right" equipment. Or maybe you wanted to start a business. So you bought a couple of business books. But then you decided to maybe go to a seminar. Pretty soon you bought every kind of business "thing" you could find. You were telling yourself that you were "learning" about business. You didn't want to start until you "really understood" the business concept. But in reality, you were really just using that as an excuse, to avoid starting. Since starting any business, for anybody, is pretty scary. Now, is the "shiny new object" syndrome a BAD trait? In the above examples, yes. But it can also be a MASSIVE benefit. How? You can use that same desire (something new) to keep getting more and more success. You might even say that this trait, of always wanting or striving for "new" things is behind EVERY INVENTION humans have ever created. Sure, it can misfire, as in the above examples, but it's the same thing that drives all progress. And you can't shut it off. It's why we humans are ALWAYS dreaming of a better future, no matter where we are, or what we've accomplished. It's also one of the reasons why some of the guys who walked on the moon had serous problems when they came back. Walking on the moon made it pretty hard to dream of bigger and better things. It's a benefit to recognize and cultivate this trait within yourself AND within others. It all starts with the question: What do you want? Try this out with your friends or family next time you're just "hanging out." Forget about your own desires for a bit. Also turn off the part of you that judges others, (good or bad). And ask them: What do you want? And keep expanding on their desires. Get them out into the future a couple of years, describing a detail picture of their ideal future. If you make it a habit of talking to people like this, they'll NEVER forget you. Click Here To Learn More
  18. A long time ago I used to sell cars. Most guys that sell cars pride themselves in how "aggressive" they are. One thing (for car salesman) to be "proud" of is if they "switch" a customer. Meaning a person comes in looking for a blue car, and the car salesman (nearly always a salesman and not a saleswoman) convinces them not to buy a blue car, but buy a red car. That supposedly shows of how "powerful" of a salesperson they are. Car salesman (again, mostly men) would joke in the break room about how "powerful" they were, etc. Very confrontational. Mostly bluff. Kind of like goofs on the internet talking about how many gorgeous ladies they lay while in real life they're terrified to talk to a girl that smiles in their direction. Why do most salespeople act this way? The same way baby tigers "play fight" with each other. To get ready for the REAL BATTLE. Unfortunately this is how most sales people, seducers or anybody interested in any kind of persuasion view these kinds of transactions. Battles. Fights. Contests. My ego vs. their ego. My willpower vs. their willpower. My ability to "overcome" their "objections." Like they're in a cage fight or something. This is why "selling" creates a lot of anxiety in both sales person and customer. This is why most people HATE salespeople. At it's very core, all communications is rooted in persuasion. The only reason we EVER talk to somebody else is partially to CHANGE their behavior. Either get them to do something (even if it's to laugh at our joke), or get them to leave us alone. Sure, it's possible. But it requires you take YOUR IDEAS and get them into THEIR MIND. Try this out next time you're watching your friends are having a conversation: See it as an "idea contest" to see whose "ideas" get into the most brains. Luckily, there is a much easier way. It requires that you SHUT OFF your ideas completely. This is much harder than it sounds. Our egos are ultra slippery. They have a habit of popping up without us noticing. But if you can manage to turn off your ideas, your opinions, your suggestions LONG ENOUGH, an amazing thing will happen. THEIR (the person you are speaking) ideas will EXPLODE like fourth of July fireworks. They'll be like a little kid that was let loose in the candy store. Everything looks good, including YOU. Click Here To Learn How
  19. There's an old saying that goes, "progress is astonishing when you forget about who gets the credit," or something like that. Meaning if you've got a bunch of people working on a project, one thing that can "clutter things up" is when everybody starts to get attached to their own idea. It could be an issue at work, where you're trying to develop a new product, or you could be trying to figure out what to do on the weekend with your buddies. Generally speaking, the more people you've got, the longer it takes to make a decision. On the one hand everybody's got their "pet idea" that they want everybody to agree to. On the other hand, nobody wants to do ANYTHING unless they're sure they won't get in trouble if it doesn't work. Few people will stand up and say, "Let's do this. I'm sure it will work. I take full responsibility if it doesn't." Most people like to have their cake and eat it to, so to speak. Meaning they want to be able to take credit for coming up with the brilliant idea that solves everything, but they also want everybody else to agree with it. So if it works, they can say, "Yep, it was MY idea!" But if it doesn't work, they can say, "Well, we all agreed, we gave it our best shot." I know a guy who's got two VERY VALUABLE skills. One is he is a genius electrical engineer. Two is that he can make decisions, especially when nobody else can. And with those two skills, he can make a ton of money at any modern company. Another very lucrative and useful skill to have is to LET OTHERS take all the credit. When you're in a meeting, this won't do much good. (Other than make those long boring meetings over a lot more quickly). But if you're in a one on one situation (job interview, sales presentation, first date) and you turn off your need to "take credit" it's amazing how much the other person will open up. It's almost as if we have a sixth sense, where we can feel when the other person is about to pounce on us, and tell us why THEIR idea is better than OUR idea. But when you REMOVE this common human tendency, and ask the right questions, people will be flabbergasted. Not only will they, for likely the FIRST TIME, be expressing their deep desires in absolute detail, but they'll automatically and subconsciously associate those deep desires with YOU. Think THAT can come in handy? Click Here To Learn How
  20. When I was a kid I wasn't too fond of jigsaw puzzles. A few of my friends had them, and they sometimes wanted to build them, but I never really got into it. It was a cool concept, and it was fun to fit the pieces together, but I never had the patience. Once I'd found all the edges (the ones with the flat sides) I lost interest. It was the same with games like "twenty questions." Somebody thinks of something, and you have to ask the right question to guess what they are thinking. Usually on long car trips. Personally, I always enjoyed staring out the window and daydreaming. Trying to guess the ideas in somebody else's head is pretty tricky. I had this sales job a long time ago, and when me and my trainer came back, one of the managers asked me how it was. I said something like "interesting and eye opening." He nodded, smiled and said, "exciting and enlightening, huh?" I looked him and nodded. But the two words he used to describe the ideas in my head were much different than the ideas I used. This is a problem that happens you "paraphrase" somebody. Even though you THINK you are "matching" what they said, you run the risk of completely messing up what's in their head. It's one thing to "guess wrong" about the ideas that somebody has in their head. It's similar to picking up a jigsaw puzzle piece that LOOKS like a match, but doesn't quite fit. You can just keep trying until you get a fit. But when you try and OVERRIDE the ideas in other people's heads with your own, that can lead to disaster. Sure, if they're super passive, and they don't mind ditching their own ideas and taking yours, it can work. But if they'll do that, they'll be passive about everything else. It's a much more effective strategy to just ask questions to FIND OUT what the ideas are in their heads, instead of guessing. Not only will you find an EXACT match (since they'll be their ideas) but they'll appreciate you MUCH MORE than everybody else. Since few people take the time to understand. Most people try to override, or guess. And once you HAVE the exact ideas in their mind, that's just the beginning. Learn More: Click Here To Learn More
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    Seven Laws of Influence

    http://mindpersuasion.com/seven-laws-of-influence/
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