Thought Of The Day: Persuade & Manipulate People Like A Pro, Create A Climbable Context, Expert Conversation Strategy Tips

When faced with a person you cant persuade, create a climbable context out of the arguement, you want him to agree to

An unpersuadable person, has no connections, no way to bridge his present tense

He basically doesnt have enough resources or points of reference to climb out of his arguement & see the connections in another point of view

This is where you create a climbable context, you basically allow him the connections to climb out of his point of view

You provide him with a way out of his argument to connect with yours

The best way to do this, is to presume he already agree’s with you, & provide him with an arguement which bridges his arguement with yours

Presumption or presuming the other persons actions are a great way to persuade stubborn people

An arguement is really a context of disagreement, if you change the context, the overall view of the disagreement, it stops becoming an arguement in the first place

Allowing you to rapidly change his mind to what you want …

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2 thoughts on “Thought Of The Day: Persuade & Manipulate People Like A Pro, Create A Climbable Context, Expert Conversation Strategy Tips

    • lol thanks, I really wanted to say, change the context of an arguement to a context of presuming they agree with you & you’ll win everytime

      The key is to create a context outside of the arguement, to step outside of the perception of the conversation …

      It’s alot like two children in a pillow fight, they only cry if they think the pillow’s cause lumps, when they thwack each other … if you change the context of lumps to something fun, they start laughing …

      They dont realise the lumps never existed in the first place …

      They basically created a context of lumps which never existed in the first place …

      The presumption of disagreement, is the real context

      If the person didnt agree with you on a smaller level, he wouldnt be talking to you, or find the fun in not agreeing with you

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