Imagine the following scenario.
You are on the way to a party.
You don’t know many people at the party.
The party is being thrown by a friend of a friend.
But your friend texted you and said he can’t make it.
So you are going solo.
You’re a bit nervous.
But as you are getting out of the elevator, looking around for the right apartment, you see somebody you sort of recognize.
Some lady you see from time to time around town.
You sort of recognize her.
She sort of recognizes you.
She’s just coming home and invites you in.
Finally you realize who’s who.
She mentions she’s got to shower and change and head off somewhere.
But you’ve got an hour or so to chill.
One thing leads to another, and you have some bedroom fun.
She goes her way.
You go your way, into the party.
Here’s the question:
Even though you don’t know anybody at the party, would you be nervous or anxious?
Success Breeds Success
Probably not, given your recent experience.
You’d cruise in feeling confident, relaxed, and congruent.
ZERO nervousness of “creating” some kind of happy outcome.
This, of course, would ENHANCE your ability to create another happy outcome.
Success, as they say, breeds success.
Here’s another situation.
Let’s say you have to go to another city.
And you’ve got to give a sales presentation to a roomful of heavy hitting decision makers.
And you absolutely kill it.
You expertly field all the questions and turn them around into reasons to buy.
All the heavy hitting decision makers are so impressed they sign the contract.
A multi-year, kajallion dollar contract.
Making you a fat commission.
You report back to headquarters.
Memories Drive Frame
You can hear everybody cheering in the background.
It’s Thursday, and your boss says take the rest of the day, and Friday off.
Max out the company credit card doing anything you want.
What would you do?
Stay in the hotel, order room service and relax?
Or hit the nightlife scene?
Uplifted by your recent kajillion dollar kill shot, you’d likely go out and DOMINATE.
After all, you just dominated a room full of heavy hitting decision makers.
Dominating a club full of pretending alphas would be EASY.
The recent experiences we have in mind shape how we’ll behave in the future.
Build more positive experiences, and live a much more positive future.
This is the basics of having a strong frame.
You can’t really fake it.
You’ve got to slowly build it.
But if you take your time, and keep building it stronger and stronger, the entire world will belong to you.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.