You Can Persuade Others without Them Noticing
- Nick K.
Remember that the purpose of covert hypnosis is to hypnotize a person and communicate with their unconscious mind without them being aware of this. You will be able to do this in casual conversation. When you build rapport you will be able to make the person fall into an intense state of responsiveness or relaxation. Conversational hypnosis training just might be easier than you think.
The next tool in order to accomplish this conversational hypnosis is to control your tone of voice, word selection, sentence structure and gestures to hypnotize a person without them ever knowing what is taking place. This technique is used every day by salesmen, writers, and many business professionals. You can do this through normal speech, vocal inflexion and choice of words, conversational hypnosis manages to create trance-like states in the subject(s) it is directed towards. If you are in marketing you can use these techniques into your repertoire of sales skills to greatly increase conversion rates.
Here is an example of how a marketer can use the technique of conversation hypnosis. Suppose they are explaining to the customer how good he or she will feel after buying their particular product. They will use carefully chosen phrases, body language, planned gestures that seem ordinary (e.g. pointing a finger in a particular direction) and facial expressions (a frown to the potential customer to express the silent opinion that he or she is making an error). These simple clues will be able to communicate with a person’s intuitive psyche.
Here are some examples of questions you can use with covert hypnosis. Look at them carefully as they can fool the mind by just the words that maybe omitted.
- “Are you still willing to join me in my business deal?" (Notice that this question does not ask "if" you're willing, but it presupposes that you're already willing.)
- "I will give you $100 when you finish the job. (Notice it does not say "if" but "when.")
- "When do you want to start doing your assigned tasks?" (Notice that in this question there is the assumption you already want to do it; the only question is "when" to start).
- "How happy are you to be here in this morning?" (Notice this questions assumes you're already happy; the only question is your level of happiness.)
- "I'm glad you checked that website out. How will you apply it to your business?" (Notice the assumption that you will apply it; the only question is "how" you will apply it.)
- "Shall we start your subscription Thursday or Friday?" (Notice the assumption that the subscription is a given; the only question is "when.")
- When you ask these questions, people will also start thinking of answers and may therefore get distracted from thoroughly understanding your question. You can then easily persuade them at this point.
The Magic Question
This type of question will make people do what you want right now by asking a question that assumes he/she has already did your desired request.
Try this out:
"If you made money using my proven techniques, would you continue your membership?"
You see that if the customer says "yes", you will be in a much better position to persuade. That's because he will never know if he will make money with your techniques unless he joined.