Unconscious Persuasive Language of Influence

This is a new course to learn how to get the "Yes" Set for your business.

On this course you will learn the following:-

  • How to Pace and Lead
  • How to use Rapport
  • Natural Sequences
  • Message-Delivery Congruence
  • Compound Suggestions
  • Presuppositions
  • Embedded Commands
  • Artfully Vague Language
  • Metaphors
  • Utilise Responses
  • Inner absorption

Unconscious Persuasive Language of Influence Course Dates

10 - 11 March 2012. Unconscious Persuasive Language of Influence. This course will be held at 10 Harley Street, London or 1 Wimpole Street, The Royal Society of Medicine.

More training dates will be confirmed shortly. In the meantime, please feel free to contact David if you wish to discuss the course contents further.

The language of influence course is a means of getting other people to agree with what you are saying. It can be used in hypnotic techniques to get your clients to understand what you want them to do in the future. It is a method of speaking to the other person’s unconscious mind.

Some people who you are trying to influence may not like what is being suggested to them, or they may not like what you are telling them to do, or they may not believe they can do what you want of them. Some suggestions may not ‘fit’ the person.

To find out more about this course you can contact David R. Behan on these telephone numbers:

London: 020 7467 8451

Liverpool: 0151 706 7919

Mobile: 07944 611 292

The Language of Influence course can help you to understand the people you are dealing with. Whether it be a relationship or in a work context you will be able to understand how to communicate with that person or people in general.

On the course you will learn how to:-

  • Pace and Lead ( To get the ‘Yes Set’)
  • Build Rapport
  • Use Transitional Words (These ‘link’ ideas together and create continuity)
  • Find a natural sequence
  • Message Delivery Congruence
  • Compound Suggestions
  • Use Positive Language and Presuppositions
  • Include embedded Commands
  • Use Artfully Vague Language
  • Use Metaphors
  • Utilise Responses
  • Gain Inner Absorption

Please feel free to contact David if you wish to discuss the course content further.