Your task as a mind control practitioner is to influence the forces that actually drive this driving force, the emotions, values, beliefs and desires of people.
Now I will focus on showing you how to influence the first two and to use them to your advantage. The beliefs and desires of people are also important, but the former are more difficult to modify while the latter can be exploited as they are.
For this reason, as a novice practitioner, you should focus on using the emotions and values of people for influencing the mindpower of the mind.
How do you elicit emotions and relate them to the thing you want the person to do? Using presuppositions is a good choice. For instance, you can ask, “How secure about your job/family’s safety does benefit X make you feel?”
You can use tag questions as well. They are powerful because they allow you to make embedded commands covertly. You can readily say, “This benefit makes you feels confident and relax, doesn’t it?”
You can link positive emotions to the thing you want the person to do, when making an embedded command. You can say, “By doing this and getting these benefits, you will be safer, more confident and more relaxed.”
Relating the thing you want the person to do to his core values is particularly useful when you are influencing the mindpower of the mind. You can readily ask him, “Why is getting this benefit so important to you?”
Then you can use the answer for making an embedded command. For instance, you can say “After doing this, you will be able to provide safety to your family.”
Now you know how to influence the mindpower of the mind using emotions and values. Keep learning more with my article Power of the Mind-Moving People In Any Direction You Desire.