Its amazing how persuasion techniques can allow you to get the things you’ve always wanted, even without the right timing or budget. You can actually put yourself in situations that are more favorable by knowing how to deal with others accordingly.
If you use persuasion techniques in your daily activities, then life would be much easier. No need to be stuck in an ordinary and monotonous job, earn minimum wage, or live in mediocrity.
Persuasion techniques can be quite beneficial; no need to bribe someone to do a thing for you. You will realize that opportunities freely open themselves up to you, as you start getting more fluid with the methods. People will want to follow you if you just give them the right reasons to.
Heres one of my experiences in persuading people:
I used to be part of a big networking marketing organization that required participants to be avid and able sellers. There are around 500 of us, so I needed a strategy that will help me sell faster than anyone else. We are, after all, selling the same products; so everything basically relies on the customers and on how they receive the goods.
I approached a potential client and told him all about the product. Instead of giving the idea that the product was going after him – and me after his pockets, I made it seem as if it was his loss if he wasn’t going to avail of the product.
I projected myself as a very reliable and trustworthy friend, and represented the benefits. I put the focus on the potential client, saying all the things that the product can do for him, and not on how much I can earn if he’d buy. That first single customer bought 3 sets with a big smile.
I continue to use persuasion techniques to put myself into more advantageous positions wherever I go. You will realize that it can help you get a promotion fast, boost relationships with family and other friends, expand your professional networks, give you a renewed sense of confidence, and even become more physically attractive. The power is right at the tip of your tongue. It is always better to be the one directing, than the one being dictated.