James Bond is famous for a lot of things.
Probably the way he says his name.
Bond. James, Bond.
Not just the word order, but the energy.
Right tonality, a well placed pause that just kind of hangs there as he stares at whoever he’s talking to.
Another thing he’s famous for is all the gadgets.
He’s got that dude who works in the lab who’s always setting him up with the cool stuff.
Not quite as many as Batman, but a lot of cool secret weapons.
The idea of a secret weapon is ubiquitous.
Every since the end of the Middle Ages and into the great awakening of human societies, countries have been viciously competing with one another.
For territory, for financial supremacy, for pride, and even for language.
And they’ve all had their version of a secret weapon.
Even in pure, non-warlike, friendly competitions people like to have secret weapons.
The ONE THING they have that their competition doesn’t.
The ONE THING they can pull out at the perfect moment and drop it into the mix like a bomb.
At least that’s the fantasy.
This is, in reality, much, much easier than most believe.
And you don’t need to have a legit competition to use it in.
You can use it conversationally.
It’s a very common piece of advice that we should use our words very carefully.
That it’s better to not say anything that blather on like an idiot.
This is where your secret weapon comes in.
By carefully cultivating your mind, you can become an observational ninja.
To be in a conversation, but also being an observer of the conversation.
To put your ego aside JUST long enough to get a clear understanding of what everybody is saying.
And you can, if you want to, wait until JUST the right moment.
Drop a few conversational bombs.
Absolutely dominate the conversation with a few very well placed phrases.
Very much like the plumber who spent an hour looking in a guy’s basement for a leak.
When And Where
Tapped once on a pipe and fixed the leak.
Then charged the homeowner $500 not for fixing the leak but for “knowing where to tap.”
In human history it only takes one or two events that come out of nowhere to change everything.
In conversations, it only takes one or two well placed phrases that, to everybody but you, come out of nowhere.
But you’ll change that conversation forever.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.