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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct01Post.mp4 It's always good to keep some in the tank. It's always good to have a back up plan. Plan A, plan B, plan C, etc. If you only have plan A, and it fails, you won't be in good shape. If you run out of gas in your main tank, and you have a backup tank, you'll be much less likely to get out of trouble. This is common sense, and plenty of saying and anecdotes describe this. Plenty of ways to skin a cat, for example. If you're in sales and you have a lot of flexibility, you'll sell a lot more. If you're intending to get a ladies number and you have a lot of flexibility, you'll get a lot more action. Both require a flexibility of thinking and a flexibility of frame. When people tend to think of "frame domination" they tend to think in blatant terms. A blatantly strong frame that can't be overcome. But in reality, frame flexibility is much, much more powerful. This combined with a relaxed, confident but friendly AND playful attitude will win way more hearts and sales than the "warrior frame." In sales, every time customer comes up with an objection, you accept it, appreciate it, even playfully expand and slowly shift it around. This is best done NON competitively. To HELP the person overcome their own objection so they can buy whatever you are selling. They wouldn't be sitting in front of you if they weren't interested in buying. They wouldn't be sitting in front of you of part of them didn't want your HELP buying. Talking to friends and potential romantic partners is similar. Humans are VERY social. Our brains will bend over backward to find mutually agreeable points of interest. So if you're talking to a lady, and she's got positive body language, she's OPEN to you seducing her. In fact, part of her WANTS to seduce you. But part of her, an ancient instinctive part, needs to make sure. So she'll always put up resistance. But this "resistance" isn't angry, or mean spirited or even confrontational. It's usually very playful and subtle. Think of this as the linguistic dance that must happen before any physical connection. On one level, it may be seem silly and nonsensical. But on a deeper level, it's all about the reframe. Consider that customers and romantic targets WANT to be sold or seduced. But it can't be blatant. It's got to be very subtle. Both customers and seduction target, both male and female, NEED a bit of plausible deniability. They need to feel as if you WORKED for their acquiescence. So that don't feel taken advantage. So, enjoy the dance. Build up your brain power. Every conversation is practice. Every conversation is a dance in itself. Enjoy the game, build your brain, and get more customers and happy friends than you know what to do with. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/mental-strength/
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept06Post.mp4 If you study sales, you'll eventually run into objections. Things customers say that indicate they don't want to buy. The next step is to figure out how to "reframe" those objections. So when the customers says them, you can come up with somebody better. The best reframes are the ones that turn a reason NOT to do something into a reason TO do something. For most sales people, this is about as far a they get. But a much more effective and enlightened approach is to anticipate the objections before they come up. And then build in reframe IN to the sales pitch. Think of this as a kind of "objection inoculation." It cuts the knees off the objection before it makes the transition from their subconscious to their conscious. This is why once you truly believe you can handle the objection, it never comes again. From a purely linguistic standpoint, this seems paradoxical. But from a non-verbal perspective, it makes sense. If two boxers are fighting, they'll be able to "sniff out" each other's weaknesses. If a customer is sitting across from a salesperson, the customer will be able to "sniff out" the salesperson's weaknesses. This is mostly subconscious. The customer is NOT sitting there like Spock, visualizing all the logical arguments. When a customer voices an objection, it just "pops" into their brain. Their subconscious reads the salesperson's non verbal body language. Finds a weakness. And attempts to exploit this weakness by popping an objection into their conscious mind. Just like a boxer doesn't need to consciously notice the weakness in their opponent. If they've trained enough, to the point of unconscious competence, everything's unconscious anyway. This is even TRUER when it comes to dating and seduction. When you walk over, WORRIED about what to say, you are radiating that. So she, or he, picks up on that. But just like in sales, if you can turn an objection into a REASON to "buy" it will work the same way. But much, much more unconsciously. Much more by radiating a very, very strong frame. This is where "agree and amplify" comes in. She tosses out an objection, seeing how you'll handle it. Most guys crumble. Some guys block it, duck, spin kick it. But some guys don't flinch at all. They AGREE with whatever she said. They say, "Yes! I AM like that! I LOVE that about me!" If this is said congruently, it changes the whole dynamic. There is one more area where this type of communication happens. And it happens ALL THE TIME. The battle between desire and objection. Where, specifically, does this exist? Inside your brain. Part of you wants a ton of stuff. But for every one of these things, another part of you says, "Gee, I don't know..." Learn to overcome THESE and all real life obstacles will VANISH. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/metaphor-mastery/