So I went skiing. As I was getting my rental skis, the guy asked me, “Do you want a helmet?”
I said “No.”
But he pressed on. And eventually he persuaded me to wear the helmet.
How? He used some proven persuasion principles and I share them all in my new video today.
How to Persuade People To Do Something They Don’t Want To Do… But Should Do
Boy, was I lucky, too! As you’ll see in the video, after a big ski jump, I smashed my head into the ground.
Watch the video to learn the three proven persuasion tactics you can use to convince people to do anything.
And then, here’s what else I’d like to share:
A lot of people feel sleazy when it comes to persuasion, selling, marketing, and the like.
I get it. And I’ll tell you why:
We’re bombarded by people who do it the wrong ways. Used carsalesman. Scammy online marketers. And etc. We all have bad experiences, and we can recall them in our mind. And that’s why we hate it.
However, we’re also bombarded by people and companies who do it the right ways. The thing is, we never realize it. And that’s because great persuasion is invisible. And great persuasion has our best interest in mind… like the case I shared with the ski helmet.
So, here’s what I want you to do:
Think back and try and recall a situation where someone persuaded to do something you previously didn’t intend (or plan) on doing. What happened? What did they persuade you to do? Leave a comment.