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9 Cognitive Biases & 28 Persuasion Tricks
- No prior knowledge is required
Power Persuasion with Cognitive Biases
What is power persuasion?
Imagine a scenario, people come in contact with you they magically get persuaded for no apparent reason. You don’t even try to persuade them but still, their choices and actions are influenced by you.
It sounds like a superpower I wanna possess!!
Damn straight, who doesn’t?
Do you know what I call this power?
Just imagine the things you could achieve and the kind of clever steps you can take in business and relationships.
Do you want an upper hand? Done.
Do you want freedom? Done.
Do you want to be respected? Done.
Do you want more money? Done.
Whatever you want, consider it done if you know how to exploit the cognitive biases.
Oh man, this is so good.
It all happens when you begin learning the cognitive biases. A cognitive bias is a systematic error in thinking that affects the decisions and judgments that people make. Some of these biases are related to memory. The way you remember an event may be biased for a number of reasons and that in turn can lead to biased thinking and decision-making.
When you understand these biases, you see what everybody cannot see. You have access to the subconscious minds of people. That means you think 10 steps ahead of them. You know their game before they execute.
I say that “Cognitive bias is the oxygen of persuasion and only with persuasion you can get what you want in life” and this is THE TRUTH.
1000s of people who have learned to master and take advantage of cognitive biases are living an unimaginable life.
Yes I know that’s crazy because learning cognitive biases is no less than having all the 6 infinity stones in your hand. (Avengers Reference!)
It doesn’t matter what you gain from this course. What matters is what you don’t lose.
- Salesman wanting to increase convincing and persuasion
- Entrepreneurs wanting to become more influential
- Team leaders wanting to regulate members behaviours
- Businessmen wanting to crack bigger deals
- Men wanting to be more dominant
- People wanting to improve their social life
- People wanting to increase their social value and literacy
- People wanting to increase communication skills