I saw a movie once about a therapist.
She turned out to be an evil therapist who got off on manipulating her patients.
But before this evil behavior of hers was revealed through her character arc, she was a normal therapist.
And as such, she and her colleagues would have meetings from time to time.
To talk about their patients, issues they were having, etc.
And it seemed to be understood, at least in the realm of TV therapy, that not a lot of work was done in the first few sessions.
These were generally to “build rapport.”
To become comfortable with each other.
So the patient would feel comfortable sharing deeper issues.
This is common in sales as well.
If you have done any face to face sales, building rapport is an important part.
Paradox Of Rapport
Unfortunately, this is kind of a paradox.
Because it may turn out that rapport is THE most important part.
Why is this an “unfortunate paradox?”
One, because rapport is EASY.
We are social animals.
We NATURALLY get into rapport.
At least, superficially.
And the way it’s taught makes it seem like it’s a no brainer.
At least in the context of face to face sales.
Mirror and match body language.
Talk about surface level likes and dislikes.
Find some things in common and BAM!
Hit them with the sales pitch.
The same goes in seduction as well.
Or any kind of romance building.
Therapists and sales people are in one category.
They help people, then they never see those people again.
But in a romance, YOU are your product.
And until a couple decades ago, it took a LONG TIME to seal the deal.
A long time to build enough rapport to decide to “BE” together.
But consider this idea.
Rapport is not only necessary, but it may be the MOST necessary thing.
Maybe even the ONLY thing.
Consider a face to face sales conversation.
Suppose the salesperson created SO MUCH rapport, they didn’t need ANY closing techniques.
So the customer really felt such a deep connection, he would just nod his head an agree.
Normally, this takes a long time.
Like old school romances.
Plenty of dates before a kiss, etc.
And finally, a unbreakable life long bond is created.
A long, slowly built, real deep sense of genuine connection to last a lifetime.
What if you could engineer this process?
What if you could reverse engineer the way this happens naturally, so you could accelerate it?
Suppose you could create such a deep, and potentially life long connection feeling in only a few minutes?
How would THIS benefit you?
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.