5 Ways to Persuade Anyone to Do Whatever You Want
By Michael Lee,
Author of How to Be an Expert Persuader
good persuasion skills has become a necessity in today's fast-paced world.
A large part of your success depends on the cooperation of other people.
Influencing them to your way of thinking is now a very essential step
in the fulfillment of your goals.
5 simple yet effective persuasion tactics you may use everyday to build
loyal and lasting relationships through the power of persuasion and influence.
# 1: You Must Enter Their World
Copy them. Observe how they act, how they speak, and how they think. If
they rub their forehead while they think, act like them. If they speak
at a clear and slow pace, try to do the same thing. This is called mirroring.
In due time, the people you're mirroring will subconsciously feel more
comfortable with you. It's as if they see themselves in you. However,
you must proceed with caution. Do not let them be aware that you are copying
them. They might interpret it as mockery and you'll just get into trouble.
# 2: Meet Their Existing Needs and Desires
are self-centered. They are initially concerned with their own well-being
before others. If you can prove that your proposal will provide more advantageous
benefits to them than to your own, then they will probably accept it.
If you could focus more on their interests, desires, needs, and expectations,
then you would satisfy their cravings for attention. Moreover, it would
show that you really care about them. Mutual trust and respect would be
established. Satisfy the "What's In It For Me?" test first,
before convincing others to do what you want them to do.
# 3: Provide Them with Compelling Evidence
to them how your ideas or suggestions could be the most effective techniques
to implement. Show them undeniable proof that you have the best product
by way of testimonials, before and after scenarios, and detailed comparisons
against your competitors. Just make sure that all your claims are true
and verifiable. Always maintain a good reputation. Be friendly and nice.
Smile to brighten up the day. Make a sincere compliment to raise their
spirits. Little things like these count a lot. Make them feel that whenever
they need help or just someone to look up to, you'll always be there to
lend a hand. They would tend to be more receptive to people that they
# 4: Communicate Wittingly But Clearly
Most people, if not all, would like to be accepted and to be perceived
as likeable in the eyes of others. But what if you have to tell something
undesirable to your friend, which is just for his or her own good? How
can you get your message across without hurting their feelings? Substitute
negative statements with positive ones. Instead of saying "You don't
understand," say "Let me explain." Instead of remarking
"You're wrong," say "Permit me to clarify." Instead
of stating "You failed to say," just mention "Perhaps this
was not stated." There are certain words that affect a person more
negatively in comparison with other words that have the same meaning.
# 5: Agree with Them First...
Nothing could be more pleasing to the ear than hearing someone else say
that you are right. In this case, be prepared to let other people know
that you respect their opinions. You may add your comments at the end,
but acknowledge them first. Say: You're right, although ... Great suggestion,
however ... I agree with your opinion, however ... I would feel the same
way if I were you, although ... I understand your situation, however ...
Reassure your counterparts that the decision made will benefit both parties.
People need to feel that they have made the right choice.
BY MICHAEL LEE: How to Control Anyone's Mind
Persuade Anyone to Willingly and Eagerly Do What You Want!
the most influential ebook designed to easily seduce others
to like you, fully improve your relationships, multiply your
profits, win negotiations, and attain complete power. Learn more here...
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