These techniques aren’t ‘Soft-Serve’ sales and persuasion tactics.
Corporate executives would burst into flames if any of us dared teach this to their white-button-down-shirt sales people.
I’ve always had to be careful about this. More so, as I got more and more aware, conscious, deliberate, skilled and ruthless in using it. But there’s a lot of risk in talking about it.
Mind Hijacking is very different to selling, persuasion or influence.
It is as different as a very sharp pointed stick is to a cotton Q-Tip. As different as a rattlesnake is to a teddy bear.
It threatens the orthodoxy of many philosophical belief systems as well as the orthodoxy of sales and influence training, which is a multi-billion-dollar industry.
‘Influence’ is important to understand and making yourself the accepted person of influence is a profoundly valuable business and wealth strategy. Also, deeply understanding the principles and architecture and tactical mechanics of selling is very beneficial.