I remember once, (a long time ago) in High School, I was hanging out with my friend at a local fast food shop downtown.
My back was to the door, and right in the middle of his sentence, my friend’s face turned into surprise and shock.
He was looking right behind me.
Just as I was about to turn around to see what had crept up, I heard a garbled stream of consciousness that could only come from being out on the streets and on the fringes of society.
Kinds of reminds me of a book I read about linguistics. In particular, the guy was talking about how shocked Americans were when the transcripts of the famous Nixon Watergate tapes were released.
Shocked in part because these guys cursed like sailors. But also because they largely spoke in gibberish.
Incomplete sentences, referring to complex issues as “that thing,” and thoughts that started one place and ended up in a completely different location.
Next time you’re hanging out with your friends, pay attention to the specific words they’re using.
See, most of us, when we speak, we kind of have a vague idea of what we want to say, or rather the feelings or ideas we want to convey.
They we spit out a jumble of words that sort of describe what we were thinking.
Needless to say, most of us miss the mark. If you’ve ever had a brilliant idea, but then when you described it to your friends and it didn’t sound so brilliant, you know what I’m talking about.
That’s why when you take just a little bit of time to learn some powerful communication skills, based on the techniques of covert and conversational hypnosis, you can have a HUGE advantage.
Instead of spitting out a jumble of words to describe a half baked idea, like most folks do, you’ll be able to develop a clear intention and use your language to make it happen.
Not only that, but with the powerful language patterns of covert hypnosis, everybody involved with the conversation will think the idea is theirs.
Giving you no resistance or arguments whatsoever to get your get your ideas in motion, whatever they are.
What could you do with this?
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