How to Use Covert Persuasion To Help Others And Improve Your Sales

I would like to share with you some powerful insights into the world of covert and conversational persuasion. A lot of people think that this is some kind of underhanded trickery, but that’s not the case at all. You can create wonderful feelings of happiness in people when you use conversational persuasion.

The first thing to consider is that very few people really enjoy making decisions. If you’ve ever been in an important meeting at work, you’ve seen this first hand. Most people would like others to do their thinking for them.

Of course, despite having a preference for others making their decisions for them, most people would at least like to have their say. There’s a reason democracy is the preferred method of government in advanced nations.

Being able to involve the customer in the decision making process is a powerful method of ensuring their long term loyalty.

A great benefit of involving the customer in the sales process is that you will greatly reduce any instances of “buyer’s remorse.” If you’ve ever gotten home and found yourself with a product that you don’t want or need, you know exactly what I’m talking about. You can avoid this altogether with the right techniques.

But with covert persuasion, this almost never happens, as you have the full agreement of your customer every step of the way. That way they will not only appreciate that they bought your product, they will likely buy more from you in the future.

As you begin to understand the power that you can wield with these simple ideas, you can start to explore the many possibilities to apply them in your daily life. And you will soon become more powerful than you could ever imagine.

If you want to discover the most powerful Sales Techniques, have a look at George Hutton’s Sales Persuasion page.

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