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If you are new to the industry, a student just starting out, don’t have a portfolio, have struggled to find a job, or are dissatisfied with your previous education, this webinar is for you! In the last 28 years, there has been a seismic change in the Animation industry. Our next webinar briefly reflects on the state of the animation industry - past and present - and how we can help shape your future in it. Our special guest and co-hosting this webinar event will be: Jason Martinsen is an 18-year animation industry veteran with worldwide experience in games, features, and VFX animation. In games, he worked at Naughty Dog Studios on titles like Jak & Daxter, and later Uncharted 2 and Uncharted 3. Some animated features he worked on include Ice Age II, Horton Hears a Who, Ice Age III, and Rio. His travel bug led him to multiple VFX studios worldwide, working on projects like Planet 51, Iron Man and Paul, After Earth, and back in games to work on Gears of War. Later feature animation projects included Hotel Transylvania 1 and 2, Cloudy 2, Storks, Emoji the movie at Sony; he then returned to Blue Sky as a senior character animator on Ferdinand. In 2019 he went back to Montreal and was lead animator on Scooby-Doo. He is also an Animation Master Academy Advisory Board Member. ​​​​​​​ Frank Cordero is a former 2D character cleanup animator on Silver Age Disney films like Mulan, Lilo and Stitch, Brother Bear, and a former concept artist/art director for EA Tiburon on game titles like NASCAR 2005/2006, Madden 2006/2007, Tiger Woods PGA Golf 2008/2009/2010. Additionally, he’s had 11 years of teaching experience in schools like Ringling School of Art and Design, Full Sail University, and currently at Fullerton College. He is a Digital Arts Generalist and currently is an Associate Program Director at CG Master Academy. ​​​​​Some of the topics they will discuss include: -A brief history of animation -How the animation industry works today -Animation job types in the industry -Games, VFX/TV, and Feature
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If you are new to the industry, a student just starting out, don’t have a portfolio, have struggled to find a job, or are dissatisfied with your previous education, this webinar is for you! In the last 28 years, there has been a seismic change in the Animation industry. Our next webinar briefly reflects on the state of the animation industry - past and present - and how we can help shape your future in it. Our special guest and co-hosting this webinar event will be: Jason Martinsen is an 18-year animation industry veteran with worldwide experience in games, features, and VFX animation. In games, he worked at Naughty Dog Studios on titles like Jak & Daxter, and later Uncharted 2 and Uncharted 3. Some animated features he worked on include Ice Age II, Horton Hears a Who, Ice Age III, and Rio. His travel bug led him to multiple VFX studios worldwide, working on projects like Planet 51, Iron Man and Paul, After Earth, and back in games to work on Gears of War. Later feature animation projects included Hotel Transylvania 1 and 2, Cloudy 2, Storks, Emoji the movie at Sony; he then returned to Blue Sky as a senior character animator on Ferdinand. In 2019 he went back to Montreal and was lead animator on Scooby-Doo. He is also an Animation Master Academy Advisory Board Member. ​​​​​​​ Frank Cordero is a former 2D character cleanup animator on Silver Age Disney films like Mulan, Lilo and Stitch, Brother Bear, and a former concept artist/art director for EA Tiburon on game titles like NASCAR 2005/2006, Madden 2006/2007, Tiger Woods PGA Golf 2008/2009/2010. Additionally, he’s had 11 years of teaching experience in schools like Ringling School of Art and Design, Full Sail University, and currently at Fullerton College. He is a Digital Arts Generalist and currently is an Associate Program Director at CG Master Academy. ​​​​​Some of the topics they will discuss include: -A brief history of animation -How the animation industry works today -Animation job types in the industry -Games, VFX/TV, and Feature
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If you are new to the industry, a student just starting out, don’t have a portfolio, have struggled to find a job, or are dissatisfied with your previous education, this webinar is for you! In the last 28 years, there has been a seismic change in the Animation industry. Our next webinar briefly reflects on the state of the animation industry - past and present - and how we can help shape your future in it. Our special guest and co-hosting this webinar event will be: Jason Martinsen is an 18-year animation industry veteran with worldwide experience in games, features, and VFX animation. In games, he worked at Naughty Dog Studios on titles like Jak & Daxter, and later Uncharted 2 and Uncharted 3. Some animated features he worked on include Ice Age II, Horton Hears a Who, Ice Age III, and Rio. His travel bug led him to multiple VFX studios worldwide, working on projects like Planet 51, Iron Man and Paul, After Earth, and back in games to work on Gears of War. Later feature animation projects included Hotel Transylvania 1 and 2, Cloudy 2, Storks, Emoji the movie at Sony; he then returned to Blue Sky as a senior character animator on Ferdinand. In 2019 he went back to Montreal and was lead animator on Scooby-Doo. He is also an Animation Master Academy Advisory Board Member. ​​​​​​​ Frank Cordero is a former 2D character cleanup animator on Silver Age Disney films like Mulan, Lilo and Stitch, Brother Bear, and a former concept artist/art director for EA Tiburon on game titles like NASCAR 2005/2006, Madden 2006/2007, Tiger Woods PGA Golf 2008/2009/2010. Additionally, he’s had 11 years of teaching experience in schools like Ringling School of Art and Design, Full Sail University, and currently at Fullerton College. He is a Digital Arts Generalist and currently is an Associate Program Director at CG Master Academy. ​​​​​Some of the topics they will discuss include: -A brief history of animation -How the animation industry works today -Animation job types in the industry -Games, VFX/TV, and Feature
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If you are new to the industry, a student just starting out, don’t have a portfolio, have struggled to find a job, or are dissatisfied with your previous education, this webinar is for you! In the last 28 years, there has been a seismic change in the Animation industry. Our next webinar briefly reflects on the state of the animation industry - past and present - and how we can help shape your future in it. Our special guest and co-hosting this webinar event will be: Jason Martinsen is an 18-year animation industry veteran with worldwide experience in games, features, and VFX animation. In games, he worked at Naughty Dog Studios on titles like Jak & Daxter, and later Uncharted 2 and Uncharted 3. Some animated features he worked on include Ice Age II, Horton Hears a Who, Ice Age III, and Rio. His travel bug led him to multiple VFX studios worldwide, working on projects like Planet 51, Iron Man and Paul, After Earth, and back in games to work on Gears of War. Later feature animation projects included Hotel Transylvania 1 and 2, Cloudy 2, Storks, Emoji the movie at Sony; he then returned to Blue Sky as a senior character animator on Ferdinand. In 2019 he went back to Montreal and was lead animator on Scooby-Doo. He is also an Animation Master Academy Advisory Board Member. ​​​​​​​ Frank Cordero is a former 2D character cleanup animator on Silver Age Disney films like Mulan, Lilo and Stitch, Brother Bear, and a former concept artist/art director for EA Tiburon on game titles like NASCAR 2005/2006, Madden 2006/2007, Tiger Woods PGA Golf 2008/2009/2010. Additionally, he’s had 11 years of teaching experience in schools like Ringling School of Art and Design, Full Sail University, and currently at Fullerton College. He is a Digital Arts Generalist and currently is an Associate Program Director at CG Master Academy. ​​​​​Some of the topics they will discuss include: -A brief history of animation -How the animation industry works today -Animation job types in the industry -Games, VFX/TV, and Feature
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If you are new to the industry, a student just starting out, don’t have a portfolio, have struggled to find a job, or are dissatisfied with your previous education, this webinar is for you! In the last 28 years, there has been a seismic change in the Animation industry. Our next webinar briefly reflects on the state of the animation industry - past and present - and how we can help shape your future in it. Our special guest and co-hosting this webinar event will be: Jason Martinsen is an 18-year animation industry veteran with worldwide experience in games, features, and VFX animation. In games, he worked at Naughty Dog Studios on titles like Jak & Daxter, and later Uncharted 2 and Uncharted 3. Some animated features he worked on include Ice Age II, Horton Hears a Who, Ice Age III, and Rio. His travel bug led him to multiple VFX studios worldwide, working on projects like Planet 51, Iron Man and Paul, After Earth, and back in games to work on Gears of War. Later feature animation projects included Hotel Transylvania 1 and 2, Cloudy 2, Storks, Emoji the movie at Sony; he then returned to Blue Sky as a senior character animator on Ferdinand. In 2019 he went back to Montreal and was lead animator on Scooby-Doo. He is also an Animation Master Academy Advisory Board Member. ​​​​​​​ Frank Cordero is a former 2D character cleanup animator on Silver Age Disney films like Mulan, Lilo and Stitch, Brother Bear, and a former concept artist/art director for EA Tiburon on game titles like NASCAR 2005/2006, Madden 2006/2007, Tiger Woods PGA Golf 2008/2009/2010. Additionally, he’s had 11 years of teaching experience in schools like Ringling School of Art and Design, Full Sail University, and currently at Fullerton College. He is a Digital Arts Generalist and currently is an Associate Program Director at CG Master Academy. ​​​​​Some of the topics they will discuss include: -A brief history of animation -How the animation industry works today -Animation job types in the industry -Games, VFX/TV, and Feature
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Yoink more sales with Advanced Emotional Selling. I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/free-book
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I want to teach you one of the most effective ways you can build desire in someone. This works in marketing, sales, and other areas of your life. (You’ll see what I mean in a second.) I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/free-book
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People buy on emotion and justify with logic... So how do you amp up people’s emotions so much they’re all “hot” and “bothered” and “ready” to... buy? I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. (See the “Mr. Miyagi emails in my course to fully understand this. Don’t tell them how, just what.) “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/book
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People buy on emotion and justify with logic... So how do you amp up people’s emotions so much they’re all “hot” and “bothered” and “ready” to... buy? I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. (See the “Mr. Miyagi emails in my course to fully understand this. Don’t tell them how, just what.) “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/book
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People buy on emotion and justify with logic... So how do you amp up people’s emotions so much they’re all “hot” and “bothered” and “ready” to... buy? I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. (See the “Mr. Miyagi emails in my course to fully understand this. Don’t tell them how, just what.) “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/book
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What’s one of the most effective ways to build desire in someone to get more sales? I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. (See the “Mr. Miyagi emails in my course to fully understand this. Don’t tell them how, just what.) “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/book
Welcome — Coming Soon
I want to teach you one of the most effective ways you can build desire in someone. This works in marketing, sales, and other areas of your life. (You’ll see what I mean in a second.) I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/free-book
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Getting more sales is simple with Rule #5 in my Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman book: You’re Always Selling A Feeling... I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. (See the “Mr. Miyagi emails in my course to fully understand this. Don’t tell them how, just what.) “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/book
Welcome — Coming Soon
I want to teach you one of the most effective ways you can build desire in someone. This works in marketing, sales, and other areas of your life. (You’ll see what I mean in a second.) I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. (See the “Mr. Miyagi emails in my course to fully understand this. Don’t tell them how, just what.) “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/book
Welcome — Coming Soon
Getting more sales is simple with Rule #5 in my Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman book: You’re Always Selling A Feeling... I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. (See the “Mr. Miyagi emails in my course to fully understand this. Don’t tell them how, just what.) “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/book
Welcome — Coming Soon
I want to teach you one of the most effective ways you can build desire in someone. This works in marketing, sales, and other areas of your life. (You’ll see what I mean in a second.) I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/free-book
Welcome — Coming Soon
Yoink more sales with Advanced Emotional Selling. I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/free-book
Welcome — Coming Soon
What’s one of the most effective ways to build desire in someone to get more sales? I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. (See the “Mr. Miyagi emails in my course to fully understand this. Don’t tell them how, just what.) “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/book
Welcome — Coming Soon
What’s one of the most effective ways to build desire in someone to get more sales? I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. (See the “Mr. Miyagi emails in my course to fully understand this. Don’t tell them how, just what.) “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/book
Welcome — Coming Soon
I want to teach you one of the most effective ways you can build desire in someone. This works in marketing, sales, and other areas of your life. (You’ll see what I mean in a second.) I’m going to explain this in one of the best ways I know how: with an analogy. It IS slightly “inappropriate” or “naughty” but it truly is the best way for you to understand this concept so bear with me. There’s a selling method out there called Results In Advance. Now I didn’t come up with that phrase. (I think it was Frank Kern.) But I want to go a little deeper into this. Instead of Results In Advance I want you to think of Feelings In Advance. I’m not talking about some foof-y woo-woo description of “feelings.” I’m talking about feelings like joy, fear, passion, love, anger, pain, shame, and guilt. (These are the 8 core emotions.) If you can create these Feelings In Advance then you allow your prospect to experience the feeling your product will create BEFORE they buy it. That feeling will get them to take action to buy. But it’s not the full feeling buying will create. It’s just a taste. (Think just the tip here. It feels good but you NEED more to feel fully satisfied.) There’s one primary focus of creating those feelings that’s more important than anything else. Can you guess what it is? It’s desire. You need to create an insatiable desire in your prospect. You can use fear, love, pain, joy, guilt or other emotions to create DESIRE. Here’s how (this is the inappropriate part): You tell them what you’re going to do TO them. (Or in the case of selling something it can also be FOR them.) Think of it in the context of the desire between a man and a woman. The best way to create that desire is to tell someone what you’re going to do them. You whisper in her ear all the things she’s going to experience. (FYI ladies: this works for dudes too.) Tell her exactly WHAT you’re going to do...but not HOW to do it. (See the “Mr. Miyagi emails in my course to fully understand this. Don’t tell them how, just what.) “I’m going to cook you an incredible meal.” “I’m going to take you on a romantic walk.” “I’m going to make you feel amazing.” This is the PG version. I’ll let you imagine the R version... When you create those images in her head she’s going to feel as if it’s real. And more importantly she’s going to want to create that feeling for REAL. You’re creating Feelings In Advance. Imagine how good it will feel when you’re debt free. When you don’t even notice paying the bills because it barely makes a dent. Pay attention to the language and the frame. It’s “I’m going to make you feel so good.” NOT “I want you to make me feel so good.” It’s about HER. It’s not about you. It’s the same in selling. It’s about the PROSPECT. It’s not about the sales person. Think of what they want. Create that feeling in them. Tell them WHAT they’ll feel. Tell them WHAT to do. But leave out the HOW. This is just a small part of Rule #5: You’re Always Selling A Feeling in my new book, Confessions Of A Persuasion Hitman. Want all 13 in-depth rules for persuading others and making more sales? The link is here: https://www.persuasionhitman.com/book
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