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  • 1. CODE OF INFLUENCE FOR SALES MASTERY Shhankar Ganesh MINDSIGHT
  • 2. MANTRA FOR THE WORKSHOP
    • STAY HUNGRY AND STAY FOOLSIH
    • Stay hungry means, in this context,do not feel contended with what you have already achieved but always feel hungry to do more and more business or profit.
    • Stay foolish means never thing that you have learnt all and there is nothing more to learn for you.In other words when you think that you are still foolish, you try to learn more and more and keep learning new things .
  • 3. LAW OF DIFFUSION OF INNOVATION
  • 4. GREATEST INFLUENCER OF ALL TIMES
  • 5. CURRENT GREATEST INFLUENCER
  • 6. EVERY BRAIN HAS CAPACITY FOR GENIUS
  • 7. POWER OF INFLUENCE
  • 8.  
  • 9. “ WHAT’S THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IN LIFE?”
  • 10.
        • The Code of Influence is a blueprint which
        • embodies everything about using
        • The common success denominator called
      • INFLUENCE
        • To achieve success spiritually, emotionally, physically, financially and mentally.
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  • 14. TRIGGERS OF MIND CONTROL
    • When a person interacts with another person for the first time, the mental impulse to use cross-referencing to categorize the other person is at its strongest. Three core characteristics are used by people to subconsciously categorize other people:
    • 1. The physical appearance of the other person
    • 2. The way the other person communicates and how his voice sounds as he communicates
    • 3. The person's positioning
  • 15. PERSUASION & INFLUENCE
  • 16. PERSUASION
    • The main difference between persuasion and influence is that persuasion is when you use set of tactics to gain compliance from Someone or to get them to do what you want them to.
    • Compliance is when someone does what you want them to but you haven't necessarily affected their belief system. What you've affected is their thought process only . In other words, you've gotten them to act in a way that they may not necessarily agree with deep down inside but they have complied nonetheless. They may just comply because of outside factors like social norms or immense, short terms rewards
  • 17. CONVERSION
    • Influence is a state of your identity. It's your presence. It's who you are. And when you attain that state of being truly influential, you gain what is known as conversion (as opposed to compliance) from someone
    • Conversion on the other hand is much more powerful. Conversion is when you completely change someone's belief system. When you can do that, they will fully buy into your message. When they fully buy into your message, they will follow you even if you don.t say anything at all.
    • You become more of a symbol for what they agree with and identify with. In essence, you begin to share an identity with them. There is big difference if you share not only your message but your identity. Who you are right now becomes a part of the other person's identity, too
  • 18. WHAT IS MIND ?
  • 19. DEFINITION
    • - Dan Siegel’s definition of “mind” -
    • “ A core aspect of the mind can be defined as an embodied and relational process that regulates the flow of energy and information.”
    • Brain –collection of cells called neurons and has a spider like formation
    • Relationship: shared symbolic information flow with others
    • SELF
    • YOU
    • WE
  • 20. BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND
    • Meditation and mantras allow us to place our attention and intention in subtle planes giving us access to all that unseen untapped information and energy.
    • Meditate at least 15 minutes in morning and evening . This alone will start you on the road to transforming your life and miracles you want
  • 21. HEALTHY MIND
    • Mind sight is a kind of focused attention that allows us to see the internal workings of our own minds. It helps us to be aware of our mental processes without being swept away by them, enables us to get out of autopilot behaviors and habitual responses and moves us beyond the emotional traps which we have tendency to get trapped in
  • 22. MANTRAS/SUTRAS FOR MEDITATIONS
    • AHAM BRAHMASMI: The core of my being is the ultimate reality, the root and ground of the universe, the source of all that exists
    • TAT TVAM ASI: I see the other in myself and myself in others
    • SAT CHIT ANANDA: My inner dialogue reflects the fire of my soul
    • SAN KALPA My intentions has infinite organizing power
    • MOKSHA I am emotionally free
  • 23. MANTRAS/SUTRAS FOR MEDITATIONS
    • SHIVA SHAKTI :Celebrate the dance of cosmos. I am giving birth to the gods and Goddesses inside me. They express all their attributes and powers through me.
    • RITAM: I am alert, awake to coincidences ,and know that they are messages from God. I flow with the cosmic dance
  • 24. WORLD RULE FOR INFLUENCE-ARISTOTLE
  • 25. NEW WORLD RULE
    • Today, it is more difficult than ever to persuade anybody for a multitude of reasons. The first reason is that we are living in the age of information. Aside from money, information is regarded as one of the highest forms of currency. With so much information being thrown at people on a daily basis via the Internet, TV and tons of marketing campaigns, people today are a lot more sceptical. Therefore, they do a lot more investigating when deciding whether or not information is valuable to them.
    • -Adaptive persuasion
    • Non-adaptive persuasion
  • 26. TYPE OF REPRESENTATION
  • 27. EYE ACCESSING CUES