Using NLP Persuasion Skills on Yourself On page 51 of the Persuasion Skills Back Book I suggest a way on increasing your self-esteem by using hypnotic language patterns to persuade yourself to think more highly of yourself. A natural extension of the process would be to talk yourself into healing any physical or psychological problem that you might face. This article is about how … Read More
This article is about a specific technique to get people to do what you want. I have only done this specific technique once, but I got an astounding, almost freakish result.
Over the last few days I’ve received a few emails asking about how to use metaphors. This article will demonstrate some incredibly powerful hypnotic persuasion techniques and how you can use them.
Yesterday I posted an article and sent an email to my list with some, what I thought were very sneaky persuasion techniques. Within hours I received an email deconstructing one of the sneakiest techniques that I have.
This article is late. I had an article all prepared to post up this morning but on my way into work I had the most perfect demonstration of some amazing persuasion patterns and just had to share it with you.
I had a reconfirmation of the power of setting frames a couple of days ago. I thought I would share this result with you as it is a very simple idea to apply and can create some spectacular results.
My last article provoked quite a few responses. Here is one email that got me really angry. I got angry because there is a preframe…no a lie that a certain groups want you to have about hypnotic persuasion.
I am asked this question a lot. Often it is just so one of my graduates can show off their new found values elicitation skills by trying to persuade me to give them a massive discount on something (great try Jason and I hope you realise paying for dinner was being let off lightly).
My last post provoked quite a few emails and responses. In my last article I discussed how you can use various different modalities (usually but not exclusively visual, auditory and kinaesthetic) to create various effects. This article takes that further and shows you different ways of hooking your audience and drawing them in to your process.