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Yes can be the hardest word - part 3

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Lester Wills

I have been discussing various techniques that have been researched and tested for getting to that often all too elusive YES word. I continue with those ideas in this week's article.

According to Goldstein, Martin & Cialdini, it is possible to use specific scientifically tested techniques that have proven to be reliably persuasive. Many of these techniques draw on one or more of "the six universal principles of social influence", namely:

I shall explain more about a little later, but for the moment here are some more ideas on how to get to that all important Yes!

Just a few of the myriad ideas I have uncovered, more next time.


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