Picture for a moment what it would be like if visitors didn’t leave your website soon after they arrived… or people didn’t throw away your brochures, sales letters, flyers or other marketing materials straight into the rubbish. Imagine how you’d feel if you were actually able to transmute their laziness and indifference and transform them into eager buyers.

Just picture how successful you would become. Can you feel that? The good news is that dreaming about getting all those prospective customers isn’t just a fantasy – it CAN happen. Listen, all you have to do to avoid losing prospective customers is to bypass their “NO” or “MAYBE” circuits in their minds…and tap into their “YES! motivation circuits.” Here’s how…

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You’re going to love this next language pattern. You’ll find a plenty of uses in your business, personal life and advertisements.

What would happen if we could take the people we communicate with through a journey through time? We will put them in a light conversational trance and put them through emotional states that you’d like them to experience.

This language pattern is a little different from the typical Pace Current Experience to Future Pace we have in NLP. This “Back From The Future” pattern goes something like this:

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I came across an article in the Tech Insider the other day that I thought you might find interesting. Its title is “How to convince people of something”. As you know, offering proof in your sales messages is vitally important, especially if you are making bold claims.
This article states that even adding scientific babble to your claims can convince and motivate people to do what you want.

“If you want to convince someone that your explanation for something is the best way to explain it, you might want to tack on some useless (though accurate) information from a tangentially related scientific field.

It turns out that when you tack on additional information from a respected field of study, people think that makes an explanation more credible.”

Read the rest of the article on TECH INSIDER here.

One thing author Kevin Loria pointed out was that saying “psychological studies have said…” is less reliable than other scientific evidence. One way around that would be to replace “psychological studies” with “a study in neuroscience…” Problem solved.

As a side note, they have a great photo of Don Draper, the creative director/copywriter from the television program Mad Men explaining something to his client. If I remember correctly, he used a lot of “evidence” to convince clients.


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