This article is based round a short video I saw today that put me in mind of some teen pranks I used to pull that would instantly lead people in a direction. They work effectively well and are totally outside the standard NLP Model of Rapport.
I’ve recently been asked a couple of great questions that allow me to unpack some powerful ideas. The core of this article is about how to create your own persuasive patterns…even in a foreign language.
There are all sorts of fancy NLP Techniques you can use to persuade people. But there is one thing that makes the biggest difference. John sent me an email the other day giving us an excellent example of how to succeed with Persuasion Skills.
I was recently sent an email from John that had a brilliant exercise for building your CV / Resume. But is also contains a sneak little secret that everyone involved with persuasion skills needs to understand. Take on board this little idea and you will be infinitely more persuasive in any context.
I have received a lot of emails about a rash of people trying to use power and authority to force their will on to others. This article will focus on one common situation that is difficult to deal with and some ideas to help you out.
In any endeavour if you don’t get the foundations right everything just becomes an uphill struggle. This article demonstrates basic persuasion skills that many people just don’t seem to grasp and that can make things a real struggle.
This article is about one key attribute that many people interviewers and interviewees dance around in job interviews which if you took a grip of will immediately boost your chances of getting a great job.