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2 words that will change how people respond to a sentence

 

These two common words can really make a difference!  They will make a difference in how people react to your statement or point.  Using just one or the other will tell their brain what thought you are really trying to convey to them. 

The word “And” consolidates and minimizes a point or fact.  You can use this when making a list that you want to minimize the effect.  Say if you were to be telling your boss about a project and there was a bad piece in there, to minimize the significance of the list you use “And”.

An example would be; Our sales of Widget A,B And C were down but……

The word “Or” multiplies and exaggerates a list. So if you want to make something look better or larger, use the word Or in your sentence.

This product works in cold or humid or hot climates.  When your brain hears this it hears 3 different things.  cold;hot;humid.  Compare that to:

This product works in the cold and hot and humid climates.

Hot and humid are lumped together as one.  Your brain counts 2 different characteristics, when there are really 3!

When speaking we can use voice tones to emphasize or deemphasize words, we can also use voice volume and speed to make those effects as well.  However, when typing a text or email, the use of these words in Imperative to the person seeing things your way.

Try being conscious of this in all of your texts this week and watch the difference!  It may seem small, but the human subconscious is strong.

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Behavioral Programming is the only influence/manipulation/programming system out there that can work completely through multimedia only.  With this system of psychology you can alter a persons behavior entirely through texting!  No face to face is needed.  No human contact is needed.  No vocal exchange is needed for this to work completely.  In fact, often times it is advantageous to do so.  Think about this, many times when face to face with someone you have said something that you meant, but smiled, chuckled, and/or made a funny face while saying it.  That told the other person that you were embarrassed to say it and that you would not stick to it, you really didnt mean it.  Your body language and tone of voice gave away your weakness.  When you deliver programming via text messages, there is no self sabatage with those things because they are taken out of the picture.  You can say what you mean, and the other person will not be distracted by your physical antics that take meaning and seriousness away from your words.

Behavioral Programming works at the most basic natural and subconscious level to program behavior where it begins, in the brain.  What you say, and the context that you say it in has all the meaning.  Your tone of voice may help or hurt your true emphasis on your words, but is not needed at all.  You understand all the books you read without someone reading them to you, and they can to.  This system of psychoprogramming is so effective that it works through the air via phone text or email.  Using texting to program someone is like having a wireless router to their head for remote brain hacking.  It gives us the direct access we need to them without actually having to be with them or even see the person.

Nothing out there has been taught like this.  The human brain is a computer, learn to hack that and you can program it to do anything.  Learning the code is the key, and the code is Behavioral Programming.

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