Science of Influence IV from Kevin Hogan
Science of Influence IV from Kevin Hogan
What is the most effective of the 10 Laws of Persuasion? What about influencing women? Men?
This program answers the questions you want and need to know!
Never before in the field of persuasion….not by anyone…anywhere…
“Thanks for putting out the great information. I love it when Kevin brings out a new program – it means I’m going to earn more money. My income increased 40% from 2004 to 2005! I see great things in my future.” Tom Reilly-Smith, Ontario, Canada
It took 19 months to put this together because the research was so in-depth and it was crucial to make sure it was right.
I’ve never been able to answer this question…but now I can with certainty:
Which of the 10 laws of persuasion is the most effective?
Which is more effective with women…?
Which is more effective with men?
Then, based on detailed research you’ll find out which are the second and third AND fourth most powerful laws for influencing both men and women…in order of effectiveness.
Can I give you more?
The research says there are 8 “personas” of persuasion.
I’ve never talked about this with you before.
(Of course, I didn’t have all of this until early last month…)
Personas are the valences people “use” when influencing. They include characteristics, attitudes and valence of salespeople.
Some salespeople are passive. Others are client-centered. Still others? Solution focused and so on. There are 8 clear cut defined types of salespeople and influence personas.
Here’s what you are going to learn:
What are the 8 personas?
How to identify them.
Which one sells the most, and, which ones sell the LEAST.
Which single persona sells 53% more than ANY of the other 7 styles.
In other words, you are going to learn what SPECIFIC characteristics can CAUSE you to sell 53% more of your product than ANY OTHER set of characteristics.
Only 4% of all salespeople have chosen to adopt the characteristics of the winners…and 81% of all salespeople have the characteristics of the two LOWEST producing people.
You’ll find out all!
Scientifically proven. No opinions, guesses, theories, or maybes.
This is THE answer.
I’m not going to hype or oversell these 12 volumes in the Science of Influence Library.
The content herein is second to nothing I’ve ever done before and I have no idea how it can ever be beaten as for the “wow” value factor. I don’t want to put a percentage of sales increase out there for you. (Let’s just say that I feel REALLY good about it.)
As I listened to this set, I realized that I’ve sounded more “excited” on other programs. I’ve been more elegant. I’ve been funnier. I might quote too much data. I said a few things I wish I wouldn’t have.
I’ve never had as many final solutions as are in SI 37-48. And now they are YOURS.
Here’s the rundown of everything that is in this content masterpiece.
Selling Value with Persuasion
Intentional Subtle Influence
The Power of Your Story
5 Factors for Attention in a Crowded Marketplace
Astonishing Perceptions of Morality
Self-Confidence, Personal Mastery & Persuasion
Transformational Persuasion Techniques
8 Techniques to Build Persuasive Messages
Advertising That Works
The Landscape Effect
Power of Perception
Hedonic Choice Influence
The Three Powerful Emotions in Influence
7 Persuasion Strategies That Sell
Proven Most Effective Techniques in Selling
4 Techniques of Influence
Covert Selling: Jump on the Hottest Trend in Advertising
The Person of Influence
They Don’t Know What They Know
Marketing Your Face
You Can Be the Next I-pod
Persuasion with False Memory
7 Action Points for Sales Success
5 Little Known Factors of Influence
What is HYPNOSIS – NLP?
Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is a technique used to provide clients with the tools to overcome certain life obstacles. NLP is in short, a way of helping people help themselves to reach a state of excellence, happiness and peace of mind.
NLP is a learning model devised by two American academics (Dr Richard Bandler and John Grinder) in the early 70s, who were fascinated by the relationship between language behaviour and excellence. They believed that by analysing the unconscious linguistic techniques used by successful people, they could produce ‘a recipe for excellence’ in which other people could consciously learn to apply said ‘successful techniques’.
What is NLP?
NLP stands for neuro-linguistic programming.
Neuro – All of our experience is gained from the neurological processes that govern our five senses: taste, touch, smell, sight and sound.
Linguistic – We make sense of these experiences through a set of filters, including language. The language we use can also affect the way we experience things.
Programming – This is a way of controlling the outcome of something. A person can use NLP to ‘predetermine excellence’ by adjusting the language we use.
To break it down, the science aspect is the process of extracting and learning the techniques. The art aspect is the act of applying the techniques to our own lives.
There are four ways NLP techniques are most commonly used:
to teach effective communication
to ensure continual personal development
to enhance learning
to encourage a greater enjoyment in life
NLP is used to teach us how changing our perception of the world can lead us to adjust and adapt our behaviours to live the life we want.
NLP and hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapists aim to induce a relaxed and receptive state (trance) in their clients in order to access the subconscious. Many of the obstacles that prohibit or limit a person’s experiences are deeply embedded in the subconscious, so by accessing the thought processes that usually remain hidden, hypnotherapists can work with clients to change the restrictive thought pattern and make room for positive development.
An NLP practitioner will look at your attitude, your language and how you use it, your understanding of relationships and your ability to build rapport, as well as the physical and emotional states that are best for accomplishing a task. Effective communication and perception of others and ourselves, will also be key focuses. All of these will be analysed and examined by the professional, so that a strategy for improving understanding, motivation, learning and memory can be formed.
Many hypnotherapists train in NLP to help improve their ability to communicate more effectively with their clients, as well as to help their clients communicate more effectively with themselves.
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