Knowing how to use mind control gives you great power over others. However, the success always depends on the individual skill of the practitioner.
As a beginner, you know the most important mind control techniques. The question is which ones to use and on which person to use them.
In my experience, I have seen a lot of people who know how to use mind control, but knowing too much ruins their efforts. This usually happens because they use too many techniques at the same time.
Doing this creates confusion in the person you want to influence. They either lose interest in the thing you want them to do or simply get annoyed with you.
For this reason, it is essential for you to decide on which techniques to use in advance. While building rapport, you will certainly learn a lot of things about the person. Use this information to choose a technique that will work.
It is equally important not to use conflicting techniques together. It is naturally to apply more than one technique, but they have to be in perfect harmony. For example, you can readily use destruction of beliefs and then covert hypnosis because the two go together well.
Anyone can be influenced subconsciously. However, as a beginner, who has just learned how to use mind control, you might not be successful in applying it to everyone.
In my experience, to master all methods for influence more effectively, you need to focus on controlling people you can easily build rapport with. These can be close friends or someone who is likely to get to like you naturally.
If you are a sales person and you have just learned how to use mind control, you can readily use the methods with prospect customers that are more willing to buy.
You have just learned how to use mind control more effectively in the beginning. Keep learning with my article How to Use Mind Control – It Has Application in Every Social Situation.