Imagine if you’d decided to clean up your attic.
Or basement or whatever.
And you found a TON of trading cards that you forgot you had.
Or any kind of toys you can imagine finding.
And you did some checking online, and found they were worth a TON of money.
And you were just about to sell them online, when your buddy stopped you.
“Dude, sell them down at the flea market!”
You thought about it, and it sounded like a fun idea.
So you bought a one day sellers license and set up a couple of tables.
And you were SWAMPED all day.
You realize that your buddy was right.
Sure, it’d be a lot easier and maybe even more profitable if you sold them online.
But it wouldn’t be nearly as fun.
And let’s say that only 25% of the people who came by your booth at the flea market actually bought something.
Most were checking it out just because everybody was checking it out.
And you and the people who bought some of your stuff shared some find childhood memories surround these toys.
A few even got into some bidding wars with each other.
Now, here’s the money question.
Consider those who came by ONLY because they wanted to see why there were so many people, but didn’t buy.
Would you see them take a look, maybe ask you a few questions and then walk away without buying anything and feel REJECTED?
Let’s make these even more interesting.
Let’s say you had a couple of buddies helping you.
But since these were YOUR toys, you all agreed they would handle the transactions, and you would answer the customers questions.
And EVERY TIME you looked over at your buddies, they were continuously giving out toys and collecting cash.
So you could glimpse inside your cash box, and see a slowly growing stack of cash.
NOW would you feel any rejection from the shoppers who didn’t buy?
OK, let’s make it even more interesting.
Suppose that half the shoppers were attractive guys or gals.
And you enjoyed a friendly, flirty conversation with them.
You are already massively social proofed.
Everybody is interested in your junk.
Uh, I mean old toys.
Everybody is buying your stuff.
So having some friendly flirty conversations is just an unexpected benefit.
NOW do you feel any rejection from any of the non-buyers?
Not in the least.
Most people know that whoever wants the deal the least has most of the power.
Or whoever the sellers are in a seller’s market have most of the power.
How can you BE that person in more and more areas?
Socially, financially, romantically?
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.