Your main goal in mind control is make the other person do what you want. The standard method is to show the person the benefits he will get from doing what you want. However, sometimes people need to see that the alternatives are no better or perhaps worse to truly embrace your idea.
The most important thing is for you to learn what not to do fist. In mind control you should never use threats. Avoid using patterns, such as, “If you don’t do this, something bad will happen.”
More importantly, avoid threatening the person yourself at all costs. You should never use, “If you don’t do this, I will do something that is bad for you.”
What you have to do is show a loss of benefit. For instance, a salesperson can use, “If you don’t get product X, you will not get the free bonus Y.”
This is simple and informative and does not show any kind of aggression or a threat. Quite the opposite, you can even sound concerned when you say it.
Another superb mind control technique is to compare the alternative to something that the person knows is useless, bad or not beneficial. For instance, “Doing X (the thing you do not want the person to do) is just like doing Y (something that the person knows is bad, useless or not beneficial).”
Let me give you an example. You want the person who lives with you to clean the house, but he obviously prefers to sit on the couch. You can say to him, “Sitting on the couch is just like waiting to get sick with all bacteria and dust around you.”
The pattern is very simple and effective, so you can readily use it any time.
Now you know how to exercise mind control more effectively. Keep learning more with my article Mind Control- Using It In Sales and for Your Overall Well-being.