The reality is that the way we think, our values and beliefs are all influenced by the world we live in and today time is money.
That is why you can readily use time frames to make people do what you want. Those who know how to mind control use this technique effectively. It is easy and has a variety of applications.
One important thing to point out is that this technique should be used together with other ones. Basically, before you get to use it, you should make the person imagine all the benefits from doing what you want. Then you have to literally push him into taking action.
The main way in which you can use this technique involves asking a question. You can readily ask, “How soon do you want benefit X?” If you have done your job well, the person will be eager to get it now and in turn willing to do what you want now.
Another pattern which you can use is “Do you want to get benefit X by a certain time?” This pattern is more specific as it requires you to be precise. However, it is useful in different situations when the action you want the person to take is actually a chain of actions constituting a process.
As I said earlier, those who know how to mind control use this technique for different purposes. The main one is to prompt action and to overcome inertia. You can also use it to make an embedded command, if you combine it with a presupposition that the person will actually do what you want.