Art of Subliminal Persuasion

Win Friends & Influence Others With Subliminal Persuasion

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If you like to know how to formulate indirect subliminal suggestions in your daily conversations to instantly persuade your listeners, then understanding the art of subliminal persuasion will help communicate more persuasively and make your conversations more appealing, effective and profitable.

Why Use Subliminal Persuasion?

Everyday, people are being persuaded and motivated to make decisions based on their unconscious beliefs and biases. And knowing how to formulate these subliminal messages to your own advantage can be highly effective when it comes to persuading and influencing someone to do something that you want them to do, especially when they need to be talked into an action.

Everyone knows that it is not always possible to get an individual to do something that they do not necessarily want to do, or at least do not believe that they want to do. This can be highly stressful if, for example, your job depends on it. As such, you can employ subliminal tactics such as emotional triggers or rapport hooks to bypass the conscious mind to influence and manipulate their decision without resistance to your message. This may seem a little unethical but it need not be providing that you are using the subliminal persuasion technique correctly.

How To Use Subliminal Persuasion

Subliminal persuasion can be used in any number of ways when you are trying to use it to your own benefit. However, it is important to do so in a subtle way so as to communicate a subtle message to the person you are talking to. This message is designed to make them think and be subconsciously receptive to your suggestion. It is not supposed to be threatening or obvious in any way. Instead, you are simply trying to exert a little mind control so as to change the direction of their thoughts.

For example, if you are a salesperson then it is up to you to sell your products and services and subliminal persuasion can help you. All the best salespeople use it. The idea is to lead the customer and use specific phrases that give comfort and evoke trust. For example, instead of saying "if you do this", try "you know how you do this". The difference is subtle but it forces the customer to picture an action in their lives.

Similarly, you can also use subliminal suggestions if you are a manager and want to get the best out of your staff. Hypnotic subliminal messages are excellent for motivating people to achieve specific goals. Neuro-linguistic programming, or NLP, is the tool that works best because it helps you to modify patterns of behavior. You can do so in the way you speak and the words you use to influence the actions of others.

As you can see, using subliminal messages is an effective way of persuading people to take action or, more specifically, the action you want them to take. You can benefit from this at work, at home with the children or even with friends and family. Subliminal persuasion is definitely a fantastic tool that you should master if you want to achieve success in every day of your life.


Top 3 Bestselling Books On Subliminal Persuasion

Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion
by Robert B. Cialdini  ( 339 reviews)
"Arguably the best book ever on what is increasingly becoming the science of persuasion."

Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In
by Roger Fisher, William L. Ury  ( 194 reviews)
"Simple and straightforward five-step system for how to behave and win in negotiations."

What Every BODY is Saying: An Ex-FBI Agent's Guide to Speed-Reading People
by Joe Navarro, Marvin Karlins  ( 100 reviews)
"A masterful work on nonverbal body language and the ability to decipher it for use in everyday life."

 

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