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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb15Post.mp4 When it comes to sales, there are two extremes. On one side, you spend tons of time with each potential client. Build rapport, elicit criteria, leverage criteria, close, overcome objections, close, etc. On the other side you spend the absolute minimum time possible. You give a pitch in less than twenty seconds, and check for interest. If there is ANY interest whatsoever, you covertly put the burden on the customer to qualify themselves. Most beginning salespeople are terrified of this. If you don't have a lot of prospects, this is also very difficult. There are advantages and disadvantages to both sides. But if you find that sweet spot, you can do very, very well. How, specifically, do you find that sweet spot? First, you refine your initial pitch. To make it as compelling as you possibly can. To create as much initial interest as you can. With the right words, and the right hypnotic patterns, you can create interest in pretty much any qualified candidate. Once you create this interest, you begin reeling them in. How? By IMPLYING scarcity. Most people understand scarcity. But applying it is much more subtle. If you blatantly say anything that indicates scarcity, it usually won't work. But if you can IMPLY scarcity, so your target can DISCOVER the scarcity, it will work a million times better. One way to imply scarcity is the "my way or the highway" model. You don't blatantly say that. But you imply that. Once you've got the initial hook set. You imply something like: "This is what I've got to offer. If you're interested, I'll keep talking. But since I don't want to waste your time, any hint from you that this isn't 100% for you, as it is presented, and I'll go find somebody else. After all, plenty of people want this. If not you, somebody else." A funny thing happens when you try the persuade-everybody-with-a-pulse model. Many people have ZERO intention of buying whatever you are selling. But they LIKE being pitched to. They keep asking questions AS IF they are "just about" to buy. But they really have no intention of buying. But if you always make them qualify themselves, you'll not only not waste time on those folks, but you'll INCREASE buying temperature. If you IMPLY (not state overtly) that you've got plenty of other people to talk to, AND you make it clear that ANY uncertainty on their part will get you to LEAVE, it imply a ton of scarcity. And the most powerful buying force of all time. FOMO, or fear of missing out. Create this conversationally, and people will be begging you to stay. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/sugar-baby-hypnosis/
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb11Post.mp4 One of the biggest issues people have with language technology is the idea of cheating. Not that using language is cheating. But it kind of feels like cheating. Let me explain. Suppose you're a kid, and you've literally got your hand in the cookie jar. And your mom walks into the kitchen. She says: "Hey! I thought I told you! No cookies before dinner!" There you are, hand literally IN the cookie jar, trying to come up with an excuse that will explain why you're not doing anything wrong. "But, I thought..." is all you can come up with. "Nothing until dinner!" Your mom replies, taking the cookie jar and putting it up out of reach. When we use language technology, it FEELS the same way. But not because you're doing anything wrong. Whenever you use covert hypnosis, it is going to feel a little strange. If you went to a foreign country and started using your beginner level of that foreign language, it would also feel strange. Only because you are using language consciously. Which is strange, since language is mostly an unconscious thing. Now, if you were in McDonalds, trying your best to order a Big Mac with the foreign language, would anybody accuse you of cheating? Of trying to get one over on anybody? Not in the least. In that context, of trying to order a Big Mac, everybody would know what you were doing. But when using any patterns from covert hypnosis, they wouldn't. The whole point of covert hypnosis is to NOT let them know what you're up to. But isn't this cheating? Well, if you assume people are super easy to brainwash, and can easily convinced to do something against their interests, maybe. Most people have a LOT of subconscious, "failsafe's" built in. You can't hypnotize anybody to rob a bank. Or kill somebody or jump off a cliff. But to make double sure, so long as you have a positive intention, based on THEIR subjective value system, it's impossible to do harm. But why does it STILL feel like you are doing something wrong? Because when you are using covert hypnosis, it won't feel completely natural. Which means YOU will be acting a little differently. And they will notice that. They'll essentially notice you noticing you. But they probably won't even notice you are noticing. They might even feel weird themselves, and not know why. So long as you focus on the positive outcome, they'll be happy when you get there. And since there are essentially unlimited techniques and unlimited levels of skill, you can ALWAYS get better. So Start Practicing: https://mindpersuasion.com/sugar-baby-hypnosis/