1. The words of a person with authority in the field can lead to people remembering new and different things by raiding their visual memory.
2. If you want to eliminate resistance, show that you have confirmed the opinion of the person in front of you.
3. “No” is a momentary response that does not mean anything. People don’t even know why they say no.
4. If you want to steer the behaviour of a person, give understandable instructions and a progressive plan. From a human? To stop doing something?,
To find a job,?,? him to take care of him, cut his voice? Your wish is doomed to fail. Because they’re not a directive.
5. If people hear the same words and concepts repeatedly, the words will lose their influence and power.
6. The biggest opportunity to be truly persuasive is when you catch your customer’s opportunity to try what you sell.
7. People–events, personal histories, what happened an hour ago, how much of your services worked last time. They remember things differently. In other words, people have different memories about the events. People often forget what they’ve been through, remembering the wrong things your friends tell you about what happened.
8. When you tell people what they’ve just seen or heard is not true, it does not erase that information in their memory. Even when you have given the right information, the person will not be able to get the first information he hears and the experience it has experienced.
9. It has been seen that telling a person not to think about anything has increased the likelihood of thinking about it.
10. People have an idea about things that are not really there!
11. People choose the last snap.
12. Boosting options increases the taste of jams, not sales!
13. The things that people say and do are not the same.