You ever wonder why certain people can control a room? It feels like magic watching someone move a group with their voice. Would you believe anyone can do this? (Want to always says the right thing? Read: This)
You can control a room, a group, or a crowd with your message. It doesn’t matter if you have a terrible voice, you’re a worse writer, or don’t believe you have anything interesting to say.
How is this possible? Simple. You use the Fascination Principle.
The Fascination Principle
What transforms a good story into a great one? Why are some long movie easy to remember while short ones are easily forgotten?
The effect of the Principle of Fascination. (Want to learn more success principles? Join my list: Here)
How does it work?
The Fascination Principle removes barriers between the speaker and the listener. Listeners have multiple barriers. Masters of fascination bypass these barriers by using key tactics to capture and keep attention.
Want to be fascinating? Provide your audience a benefit. (Want to charge more? Read: This)
Benefits fascinate listeners; but only so much. To fascinate you need to provide more than benefits.
You Need More Than Benefits
Great speakers get paid more than great teachers because they mastered how to be relatable.
-Relatability cuts a path through resistance.
-Relatable material is easier to use, employ, and remember.
Below i’ve shared a quickstart guide to triggering subconscious cues to become fascinating.
How To Fascinate: A Quickstart Guide
I use these three techniques to capture attention EVERY DAY.
These techniques will get anyone to listen and remember your message anywhere and anytime!
I learned this technique as a stage hypnotist.
– While someone is talking with you lightly nod your head in agreement-
Do the same when you are talking to them.
Nodding in agreement triggers the person (or audience’s) subconscious to agree with you.
If writing use the Subconscious Checklist Principle (Here).
Making your message relatable will get ANY point across.
Relatability is why speakers command six figures and teacher struggle to get by.
Being relatable removes hidden biases people have about age, race and gender.
The people who do this best include personal stories and experiences in their speaking and writing. This helps readers and listeners see you as someone like them.
Pro-Tip:Match your story or experience to the topic at hand. Don’t try to push the conversation or content out of context to get a point across.
3)Say more while speaking less:
Confession time. You only see 40% of what I write in an article. I cut 60% on the editing floor before publishing.
Don’t worry i’m not holding back key information! I make sure you get the ONE message you need to take action.
Presenting information concisely transforms how listeners and readers perceive you. Clarity and conciseness signals the listener’s minds to create social proof. (Want to make $5,000 per project by being concise? Read: This)
Fascination is a powerful tool. Anyone can be fascinating using these three simple techniques.
What one thing could you do today to become more fascinating in your next email, proposal or conversation?