Lots of personal development junkies talk about setting goals and visualising them as if you have achieved them. I think that is a great start because it gets you all emotional and motivated to achieve. But I also think there are steps that you need to consider that are not talked often that are necessary on some level or another … Read More
Over the last few days we have looked at a simple pattern, “Before We Start”, looked at how we can use perceptual positions to use it as an impromptu trance induction and pushed it as far as a pattern to install a new way of thinking. In this article we will look at a few more ideas, examples and how … Read More
In this article I will show you a specific set of patterns I often use in training where I can get anyone to make positive connections between any content I give them and what they are there to learn. Let me be a little more specific I can say any random content and the student will make connections to why … Read More
There is much hype and BS delivered around rapport. Josh, a long term APP graduate has noticed that I have trained several seemingly different processes for rapport and has questioned me about it.
This article explains how to be effective in learning hypnotic persuasion skills. Before the end of this article you will discover many of the covert persuasion tactics I routinely used to become internationally recognised as a Hypnotic Persuasion Skills Trainer but you can quickly adapt to getting your own way in any circumstances you want.
Over the last few of articles you have seen how I accidentally tranced a poor sales assistant through the floor. This article is about how I seized that opportunity and turned her into a virtual robot that is just responding to my commands and how you can use the same principles to seize control of any conversation.
Last week I stumbled on to a NLP Technique for stealing bacon rolls. I recognise this is quite a niche area so I did some research and discovered people using the same process to fight racism, stop crime and forcing people to smile. This series of articles has demonstrations of how you can apply this idea across all these contexts.