(EMAILWIRE.COM, March 08, 2016 ) By Gerard Lennon -- Hypnotics Hack, the website that helps members improve their persuasion and influencing skills, explains the simplicity and subtlety of embedded commands. The idea of embedded commands and other persuasive tools are featured and collected in the Hypnotic Hacks website, which is owned by Arthur King.
"People have been fascinated by the concept of hypnosis as a means of controlling other people, but the truth of the matter is that you can get people to do what
The concept takes a command and embeds it in a more informative or less bossy sentence, so that the focus is not on the command. It is used in numerous conversations, and it can even be used in written communication.
Consider the sentence "After reading this news article to the end, readers will understand the concept of embedded commands more clearly." There's a command embedded in the first part of the sentence, which subtly tells people to read the news article to the end.
"You can use it to focus the attention of the other person on the other information in a sentence," explains King. "Context is important, however, and that means you can't just put in ridiculous commands. These commands need to be reasonable so that they're more acceptable."
About Hypnotic Hacks:
Hypnotic Hacks was created by Arthur King as a dedicated online site that focuses on helping people become more persuasive and influential. Visitors can sign up and various persuasive techniques that resemble hypnosis may be learned to help people become better leaders in the workplace and more attractive in their personal lives. It can be found at http://www.hypnotichacks.com/.
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