Ready Set Go
Let’s say you’re hanging out in a club.
You see a pretty girl.
You’d like her to feel good when she thinks of you.
So, you stroll over and toss out an opener.
The goal is simple.
Say some words.
The words go into her brain.
She understands the words.
She processes the words.
First consciously, and then unconsciously.
Hopefully, she gets a good feeling.
She decides, consciously, to reciprocate.
Hopefully a conversation ensues.
Same thing happens when you try to sell something to somebody.
Features, benefits, close, overcome objections, close, etc.
Or perhaps when you’re on the job interview of a lifetime.
Words To Feelings?
Consciously created and answered questions.
Conscious thoughts and unconscious feelings.
Even though it’s a job interview, they won’t hire you unless it feels right.
Nobody does anything unless it feels right.
While none of these are “fictional” in that they happen in real life, it breaks a very useful rule of fiction.
Show, don’t tell.
Another idea comes from Dale Carnegie.
You can get anybody to do anything so long as they think it was their idea.
When you use conscious words and language for clear outcomes (dating, sales, job interviews) it’s never their idea.
You’re standing or sitting their talking, and they know you want them to do.
Because you’re sitting there telling them.
Even though you don’t stroll over to a pretty lady and say:
“Hi, let’s go on a date!” The intention is pretty clear.
This doesn’t seem to be a very effective way to get people to do things.
It’s only a little better than just flat out asking.
“Hi, buy this car!”
There is a better way.
Sneaky Down Deep
A way to sneak some decisions into their brain.
Kind of like how they hide Easter eggs inside movies.
You sneak the ideas in there while you are talking about random things.
Then they find the ideas later on, when they’re thinking about other things.
And guess what?
We all love our ideas.
So when they find the idea you snuck into their brain, and they think it’s their idea, they’ll love it.
Even better, is they don’t need to talk.
In fact, they don’t even need to know what you’re talking about.
Even better-er, you can do this from the stage.
From a well rehearsed, practiced hypnotic speech.
Doing it in clubs or sales or job interviews is pretty difficult.
The thing about those types of conversations is they are back and forth.
Set And Forget
But for speeches?
A couple of well-written and rehearsed speeches will get you pretty far.
What kind of speeches?
So they’ll do whatever you want and think it’s their idea.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.