The language forms related to time are many and different and almost each one can become an effective hypnotic language pattern.
You can use specific patterns to make the benefit the person will get from doing what you want. For instance, you can say, “Do X to get benefit Y tomorrow.” You can also use a more complex pattern like, “Doing X allows you to get benefit Z, for which you have to work over a year, in just one month.”
You can use universal time quantifiers in hypnotic mind control as well. They are also used for highlighting the benefit the person will get from doing what you want. The idea behind them, however, is to make the person feel that he will get a benefit on a continuous basis.
You can say to the person you are trying to hypnotize, “Every time you need Z, you can do X in order to get it.” Here is a more specific example. You can say, “Every time you want freshly backed cupcakes, you will have this wonderful recipe to use.”
Time clauses are also useful in hypnotic mind control. They are ideal for pacing and leading and making embedded commands. They are particularly useful because they allow you to use presuppositions that will be extremely difficult to recognize.
You can produce all sorts of embedded commands for leading using different time clauses. For example, you can say, “By the time you complete doing X, you will already be enjoying benefit Y.” You can use an even more powerful command like, “After having done X, you will automatically get benefit Z.”