Here’s a quick language pattern to slip into your daily conversations whenever you want to “sneak” an idea into somebody’s head.
Works like this:
[what you want them to do] + [what you know they want to do] + [tag question]
If you just say what you want them to do, they’ll likely have objections. But when you quickly follow it up with something you know you want them to do (based on what they’ve said or what you know about them) followed by a tag question, this take two successive internal “yes’s” and layers them on top of your suggestion. Kind of like chasing a shot of whiskey with Dr. Pepper. It leaves the delicious taste of Dr. Pepper in your mouth while giving you the benefits, and not the drawbacks, of a shot of whiskey.
After you buy this car, you’ll get all the admiration of your friends. You do like admiration, don’t you?
After you sign up for this membership, you’ll start to earn more money. Getting money is nice, isn’t it?
After you give me your phone number, we can go out on an exciting date together. You do like to have fun, don’t you?
If you decide to sign up for this investment program, you’ll start to earn some passive income. Passive income is pretty nice, isn’t it?
After you buy this software, you’ll have a much easier time promoting you website. Getting more traffic is important, isn’t it?
Try ’em out, and have some fun!