If someone speaks fast and loud, then the best way to "speak their language" is to match how
they talk and speak fast and loud. If you were to speak softly, and slow....really.....really.... slow,
chances are they will get bored with what you are saying, thus not pay any attention to what you
want them to hear (this is crucial).
The next time you talk with someone, here's your chance to pay attention to how they talk,
including the voice volume, pitch and the pace at which they speak. Pretend that you are that
person when you communicate back to them
, this alone works like "magic" itself.
It's simple: Matching how someone talks is important; you're discovering very important aspects
of applying hypnosis here
. I can't stress enough how important it is to get in good rapport with
. Without rapport, it makes it difficult to gain someone's trust let alone hypnotize them.
"Always Get In Rapport Using "Voice Matching" BEFORE
You Even Attempt To Apply Hypnosis"
But there's still more - let's continue with secret #4
"How To Take Control Of Someone's Thought Process"
Have you ever had the experience of talking with someone and they just wouldn't be quiet long
enough for you to get your word in?
Better yet, would you like to get them to be quiet and stay quiet? Long enough so that you can
keep the person on hold so you can get on with your covert tactics? Because surely you DO
WANT to have the advantage and control in a social conversation; am I right?
Have you figured out what it is yet?<--- If you're still here reading then it's obviously working -
proof already how powerful this is.
It's really simple. Ask them questions?! Just like I did in the above paragraphs. To keep this
quick and to the point, questions lead people's thinking. It worked on you am I right?
When you ask a person a question they have to go in their mind and try to locate an answer.
While they are going hmmmm? You can hit them with another question, then another. Be careful
not to do this too much as it might become frustrating for them
. But at first you may so you can
get the hang of it like I did when I was first learning.
I remember a time when I was in a bar and I started talking to this beautiful woman and just to
have fun I decided to ask nothing but questions. As we were talking, just when I noticed her
getting frustrated I would nail her with a "are you getting mad at me?" with a puppy dog, innocent
look on my face. I'll bet you can guess what happened next.
I don't know exactly how many questions I asked her that night but I am willing to bet it was close
to around 60. By the time I got done asking all these questions, I had her asking me to
leave, and go have coffee so we could get to know each other more!
And the rest is history.