Interviewer Seduction Formula

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Interviewer Seduction Formula
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This lesson is inspired from a book by Robert Greene The Art of Seduction However, I am not going to teach you anything specifically to seduce someone from opposite sex (although you can do it by applying certain principles I am going to include here) In this book, Robert Greene has talked about 24 techniques to get what you want by manipulating everyone’s greatest weakness. I am not going to teach you any manipulation games; I am going to talk about “ Ethical Persuasion ” Methods to get into minds of an Interviewer. If you haven’t read Personal Interview Lesson, I will highly recommend you to read that before you read this . I talk about 4 frameworks to answer any question 1. Irresistible Intrigue Formula Learn more about it here http://mbakakeeda.com/irresistible-intrigue-formula/ 2. High Level + Specific Example + High Level Takeaway 3. 3 Step Formula 4. Scenario Planning As you know, there are 2 steps common for handling all the questions. Understand the Question behind the Question; prepare your answer in plain English. So let’s understand what Interviewer Seduction Formula is all about (I am going to change some of the principles so that you can follow them without feeling like you are being manipulative a. Keep them in suspense—what comes next?----- Irresistible Intrigue Formula, don’t give crucial information in first few sentences. They will lose interest. b. Pay attention to details --- Show, don’t Tell . Always give specific examples to back up your claim c. Carefully study the Victim (Interviewer)---Use Empathy Mapping to find their pain & pleasure points. d. Use power of words to plant the right seeds --- Use vivid stories, say “Power Words” “plant the clues subtly” Always divert your interview towards your strong points
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e. Disarm strategically--- Use Pre-framing/Scenario Planning to address objections before they arise f. Turn the tables---Use ARMS (or Re-framing) to diffuse stress interview questions and let them speak g. Perception Control---Plain English Principle, positive and professional responses because everything is perception. You are judged based on perception.
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Few important tips when you craft your Interview Responses When you write responses or narrate them, you have to be emotive (not emotional, please refer to dictionary if you don’t know the meaning of it) Your response will be more prominent and penetrating if you touch the Interviewer in some way. It will create 10x powerful effect, so rather than telling your plain dry boring story, think differently. Try to make it lively. The Interviewer should feel it; you have to paint the vivid pictures. You have to infuse emotions in your story. This does not mean you burden them with a sob story. But you should aim to be emotionally moving and to elicit responses like these A sympathetic surge of pride, a moment of happiness or sadness, a flash of anger or despair shared with you.
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