Almost every human endeavour requires some level of persuasion skills. Even if you are the only person involved, you still need to persuade yourself to stay focused and motivated. So it would make sense to develop your hypnotic persuasion skills. To me it is just an application of the 80/20 rule.
A small increase in your persuasive ability means a huge shift in the results that you can get over time. As an experiment think this through for a few moments.
If you can see the sense in this you must have looked into developing your hypnotic persuasion skills before. So here is another question for you.
I went through the same when I first started to learn about hypnotic persuasion skills. I took hundreds of courses, read thousands of books and even did all the exercises however bizarre they seemed. For over thirty years I dedicated myself to studying all the material that was around and several questions kept coming up:
I discovered some Communication Skills Trainers don’t use and often don’t know how to use the material they are supposed to be delivering to you.
How frustrated would you be after hundreds of hours of studying not being any further forward in learning how to use language patterns in your personal, professional or social life. And then finding out the people that are delivering the content don’t know how to use it themselves?
Some NLP Trainers in an effort to look clever have hyped up and overcomplicated Hypnotic Language Patterns to the point of incomprehensibility. But that’s not all. How crazy is it that they try and teach you about brain chemistry, motor neurone functions and advanced grammar when all you want is to learn are persuasive patterns that work?
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