Many people are asking me how to use mind control. The simple truth is that the more techniques you learn to more flexible and persuasive you become. Basically, you have a trick up your sleeve to influence any person in any given situation.
Now I will show you a relatively simple and extremely effective technique that those who know how to use mind control apply very often.
If I have to put it simply, this technique allows you to give reasoning to make your persuasion more powerful. All you have to do is to base your reasoning on facts that are true.
It is a bit like pacing and leading. You mention something that is absolutely true and then to lead, making an embedded command.
I will show you how this technique works with an example. I can say to you, “You have come to this blog to look for ways in which to make others do what you want.” Similarly, I can say to you, “You have come to this blog which means you are ready to learn how to use mind control.”
In both cases, the first statement is absolutely true, while the other may not be. However, it sets a purpose and a meaning to your action. You have the reasoning behind your emotional decision, so you can readily follow the suggestion.
This particular technique is often used in advertising to highlight the benefits of the product using their features. For instance, you can say to a prospect customer, “The small size of the product means you can store it easily without making a cabinet/drawer/kitchen counter top crowded.”
In general, you can use this pattern in any situation. For instance you can say to your child, “Doing your homework now means you will have a lot of time to play later on.”